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Table 2 Regulations issued by the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs of China for the prevention and control of African swine fever

From: African swine fever: an unprecedented disaster and challenge to China

No. Dates Regulations Sources
1 Sept. 13, 2018 To stop using pig’s blood products as raw materials to produce pig feed.
It is not allowed to feed pigs with untreated swills
MARA (Notice No. 64)
2 Sept. 11, 2018 To prohibit interprovincial transportation of pigs and related products from ASFV-affected provinces MARA (No. 2018–33)
3 Aug. 10, 2018 To strengthen the supervision of pig transportation MARA (No. 2018–38)
4 Aug. 3, 2018 To launch the ASF Contingency Plan and Emergency Response Level II Information Office of MARA
5 May 7, 2018 To prohibit importing pigs, wild boar and related products directly or indirectly from Hungary. MARA (Notice No. 35)
6 Feb. 14, 2018 About the prevention of ASF MARA
7 Dec. 3, 2017 About the Implementation of Technical Specifications for Prevention and Control ASF (for trial implementation) MOA
8 Oct. 20, 2017 About the implementation of ASF Emergency Plan MOA
9 Apr. 14, 2017 Deployment to further strengthen risk prevention of ASF MOA
10 Mar. 20, 2017 To strengthen the surveillance and epidemiological survey of ASF MOA
11 Sept. 3, 2007 To prohibit to import pigs, wild boar and related products directly or indirectly from Armenia MOA and AQSIQ (Notice No. 906)
12 Aug. 8, 2007 To prohibit to import pigs, wild boar and related products directly or indirectly from Georgia MOA and AQSIQ (Notice No. 886)
  1. MARA Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs, formerly Ministry of Agriculture (MOA), AQSIQ Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine