CAHFS Weekly Update: CWD Updates for Minnesota; States and Nation Ramp Up CWD Research and Regulations; First Case of CWD identified in Manitoba
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) has announced that a suspect case of chronic wasting disease was found in a wild deer along the North Dakota border.
CAHFS Weekly Update: Cats and kittens brutally killed in western Wisconsin; Drastic decline of the bat population in the US; Global COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy concern
CAHFS Weekly Update: Chronic Wasting Disease in a Beltrami County Deer Farm; COVID-19 Vaccine Passports; Fukushima Nuclear Plant to Release Wastewater into the Ocean
CAHFS Weekly Update: Carps are Removed from the Mississippi River; Fertilizer Wastewater Moved to Tampa Bay; Inequity in the Vaccine Distribution
CAHFS Weekly Update: The growing ground water contamination concern in MN; A multistate Salmonella outbreak connected to songbirds; Covid-19 personal protective equipment become a serious
CAHFS Weekly Update: Widespread pesticide exposure reported in MN white-tailed deer; APHIS Proposes to Eliminate the Voluntary Trichinae Certification Program; Africa: Multiple countries
CAHFS Weekly Update: New regulations for small-scale deer processors in MN; Veterinary sedative used as a new street drug; A child infected with bovine tuberculosis in Germany
A secondary school child in Bavaria, Germany, and one more member of his/her family were diagnosed with zoonotic tuberculosis. This occurred weeks after the family’s cattle-herd was depopulated as a result of the large number of animals testing positive to bovine tuberculosis (bTB).
Frontline healthcare workers working in COVID-19 units, healthcare workers at nursing facilities, and those administering COVID-19 tests and vaccines will be first in line to receive the vaccine.
Weekly Update | Wolf hunting to resume in WI; Chemical in tires may be killing Salmon; COVID-19 Vaccination
Wolf hunting to resume in WI, MN undecided; Chemical in tires may be killing Salmon on the West Coast; COVID-19 Vaccination to begin in the United Kingdom.