On Friday 25 May, the Avian Influenza Prevention Zone was lifted across England.
All keepers of poultry or captive birds in England should continue to follow good practice on biosecurity.
All disease control measures are kept under review based on the latest scientific and veterinary advice.
- Read our short, simple advice for keepers of backyard flocks
- The latest veterinary outbreak assessment on Avian Influenza in the UK and Europe, which includes the current level of risk to poultry in the UK, is available here.
UK Chief Veterinary Officer Christine Middlemiss said:
The Avian Influenza Prevention Zone was lifted across England due to the scientific and veterinary evidence showing that the risk of this disease has now returned to low.
It is essential that all bird keepers continue to maintain good biosecurity measures to protect their birds and help prevent outbreaks or spread of diseases.
For full details see www.gov.uk website
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