foot-and-mouth disease

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Synonyms for foot-and-mouth disease

acute contagious disease of cloven-footed animals marked by ulcers in the mouth and around the hoofs

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The first simulation exercise is 8 February 2018 where suspicion of foot and mouth disease is simulated.
However, hand, foot and mouth disease isn't related to the animal disease that has attracted a lot of attention in recent years and is actually quite common.
Recent outbreaks of foot and mouth disease in countries of east Asia.
The report provides a snapshot of the global therapeutic landscape of Hand, Foot And Mouth Disease
7) Severe outbreaks have been reported to occur more often in Western Pacific countries (5) Hand, foot and mouth disease has become an increasing public health concern in Asia due to deaths frequently associated with cases caused by enterovirus 71.
We have invited a group of experts from the European Union to prove that there is no cases of foot and mouth disease in Turkey.
She said: "We are aware of three nursery children having being diagnosed with hand foot and mouth disease over the last two weeks.
Mr Bradshaw said progress includes the negotiation of a new EU Directive on Foot and Mouth Disease control, which has placed vaccination at the forefront of disease-control strategy.
Trevor King, said the ban was instituted nearly two years ago because of the outbreak of the foot and mouth disease in the UK.
Scientists, veterinarians and food safety experts from the world's agricultural nations agreed May 31 to accept new testing standards aimed at slowing the spread of foot and mouth disease and certifying that national cattle herds are free from bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE), or Mad Cow disease.
A new Bill to speed up action against farm infections such as foot and mouth disease was unveiled by the Government yesterday.
United Kingdom-based Antec manufactures Virkon S, the premier disinfectant approved by the UK's Ministry of Agriculture and a number of regulatory agencies in helping to prevent the spread of foot and mouth disease.
Foot and mouth disease is reportedly causing some concern at the Korkeasaari zoo in Helsinki, Finland.
O'Grady said yesterday: "Next Tuesday will be the 14th day since foot and mouth disease was confirmed in South Armagh [Northern Ireland] and if we continue to keep the disease at bay by that date, I think all the various groups involved in racing should get together with officials from the Department of Agriculture to set up a strategic plan for the possible resumption of racing.
The maximum incubation period for foot and mouth disease in animals is two weeks.