Measures For The Prevention Of Diseases Transmissible From Animals To Man

Original Language Title: opatření pro předcházení nemocem přenosným ze zvířat na člověka

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299/2003 Coll.



Decree



from day 1. September 2003



on the measures for the prevention and control of diseases and diseases transmissible from

animals to humans



Change: 299/2003 Coll. (part)



Change: 356/2004 Sb.



Change: 389/2004 Sb.



Change: 214/2005 Sb.



Change: 36/2007 Sb.



Change: 316/2007 Sb.



Change: 288/2008 Sb.



Modified: 12/2010 Sb.



Change: 161/2009 Sb.



Change: 72/Sb.



The Ministry of agriculture lays down pursuant to § 78 of Act No. 167/1999 Coll., on the

veterinary care and amending certain related laws (health

Act), as amended by Act No. 131/2003 Coll. (hereinafter the "Act") to perform

§ 6 para. 9 (a). (d)), and (e)) and § 10 (1). 3 of the Act:



Introductory provisions



§ 1



This Decree incorporates the relevant provisions of the European Union ^ 1) and in

following the directly applicable European Union regulations ^ 1a) governs the



and General measures in order to control) and prevent the spread of animal diseases,



(b) the manner and deadline reporting) diseases



(c) the terms for) the processing and content of the contingency plans for

cases of certain dangerous diseases;



(d)) for which the disease is to be compiled programs, recovery of animals,



(e)) the animal health conditions and the rules of the vaccination of animals,



f) the requirements for the national reference laboratories,



(g) negotiate and) measures to prevent the spread of certain dangerous diseases;



h) point of view, according to which procedures for recognition, the economy,

areas or State as being free of diseases.



§ 2



For the purposes of this Ordinance is meant by the term



and each of the animal), animal and animal pet animals of the species

that may be directly affected by the disease, and every wild

vertebrate that could contribute to the creation or dissemination of relevant

disease as a recipient or a reservoir of its originator,



(b)) the primary outbreak-farm or other place where they are

the animals collected and where it was officially confirmed by one or more cases

the incidence of the disease, which is not related to the epidemiological point of view with an outbreak

the disease, previously seen in the same area, or with the outbreak that

It is the first incidence of the disease in another area,



c) confirmation of the disease-the official findings of the presence of the disease, which is

based on laboratory results, or in the case of an epidemic

the result of the clinical examination or epidemiological investigation, and that

is the reason for the regulation of trade and the disease control measures,



d) vector-any animal belonging to the obratlovcům or off that

can mechanical or biological means to transmit and spread the agent of the relevant

the disease,



(e)) the incubation period-the period of time that passes from the moment the animal

coming into contact with the causative agent of the disease, to a time when there were clinical

the symptoms of this disease. The length of this period is for the diseases listed

in annex 1 to this notice,



f) animal of a susceptible species-any domestic or wild animal,

that a specific disease, can get sick



g) cancelled



h) cancelled



I) sampling-sampling of the animals and their environment, or from

products of animal origin, ensuring a statistically correct representation

carried out in order to establish a diagnosis of the illness, relationship,

health monitoring, monitoring the occurrence of microbiological agents or

certain substances in animal products,



j) sample-a sample taken by the farmer, the owner or the person

responsible for economy, Enterprise, or animals, or on their behalf to

laboratory examination,



k) official sample-a sample taken by the official veterinarian to

laboratory examination,



l) catering waste-any waste of foodstuffs intended for human

consumption from restaurants, catering facilities or kitchens, including

breeders from household coverage of the meat.



PART THE FIRST



GENERAL MEASURES FOR THE PREVENTION AND CONTROL OF DISEASES



TITLE I OF THE



CONTINGENCY PLANS AND RECOVERY PROGRAMS



Contingency plans



§ 3



(1) the State Veterinary Administration in accordance with § 48 para. 1 (b). (c)) of the Act

draws up and updated according to the criteria set out in annex 3 to the

This Decree and in accordance with the principles for drawing up contingency

the plans of the national contingency plans for cases of diseases listed

in annex 1 to this notice, or even some other

dangerous diseases, if required by the disease situation. These plans

contains comprehensive rules to ensure effective and coordinated

a procedure for the implementation of the emergency veterinary measures for controlling

of the disease and protect against its spread and ensure the availability of all that is

considered necessary for the rapid liquidation of the outbreak, including buildings,

facilities, equipment and materials.



(2) the regional veterinary services shall draw up and update the regional

contingency plans in accordance with national emergency plans and

taking into account the local conditions.



(3) the State Veterinary Administration presents national contingency plans

Commission for approval.



§ 4



(1) the State Veterinary Administration, in accordance with section 10, paragraph 1. 1 and § 48 para. 1

(a). (c)) of the Act modifies and supplements the national contingency plans

in particular, with regard to the development of the disease situation and the development of knowledge and

experience relating to the nature of the individual diseases and their control.



(2) the regional veterinary service in accordance with section 10, paragraph 1. 1 and § 49 paragraph 1. 1

(a). and be drawn up, lay down the law) and complement the regional emergency

plans on the basis of national contingency plans taking into account the

to local conditions.



Reviving the animal programs



§ 5



(1) the State Veterinary Administration draws up with regard to the status and the development of

the disease situation draft annual or multiannual programmes, recovery

animals from certain dangerous diseases, and especially since the diseases listed

in the European Union's decision on expenditure in the veterinary

^ area 1b).



(2) the repair of the animals are drawn to Programs as programs

for the eradication, control and monitoring of a particular disease.



§ 6



(1) if it is to be required for a financial contribution of the European Union (hereinafter referred to as

"The Union") on the financing of the programme to reviving the animals, State Veterinary

management follows the decision by the European Union on expenditure in

the veterinary field ^ 1 c).



(2) the recovery of animals contains information required by decision

The European Union on expenditure in the veterinary field ^ 1 c).



TITLE II



NOTIFICATION OF DISEASES AND THE VACCINATION OF ANIMALS



Notification of diseases



§ 7



(1) the State Veterinary Administration to the Commission and the other Member States

reports of outbreaks of the diseases listed in the regulations of the European Union on

notification of diseases ^ 1 d).



(2) the State Veterinary Administration of the reports referred to in paragraph 1



primary outbreaks) referred to in paragraph 1, established in the territory of

The United States,



(b)) after the liquidation of the last outbreak of the disease their conservation and

the disease control measures introduced to overcome.



(3) the information referred to in paragraph 2, the State Veterinary Administration directly

The Commission and the other Member States within 24 hours after



and) the findings of primary outbreak of disease referred to in paragraph 2 (a). and)



(b)) their conservation and control measures referred to in paragraph 2 (a).

(b)).



(4) in the case of an outbreak of classical swine fever, it is sufficient to provide a

The Commission and the other Member States the information referred to in section 39.



(5) the Report provides the information set out in annex 2 to this Decree;

passes with telex using the codified form and the codes laid down

decision of the European Union about how to report diseases ^ 1e).



§ 8



(1) the State Veterinary Administration is reporting directly to the Commission also each additional

(secondary) an outbreak of diseases referred to in § 7 para. 1, found on the territory of the

Of the Czech Republic.



(2) the Report referred to in paragraph 1, the State Veterinary Administration

at the latest on the first working day of each week, and concerns of the week

ends at midnight on the Sunday preceding the report.



(3) for the content and method of transmission of the reports § 7 para. 5 apply mutatis mutandis.



§ 9



The State Veterinary Administration reports to the International Office of Epizootics (OIE)

the occurrence of diseases in accordance with the decision of the Office of the single list

diseases and about the introduction of a new system of reporting ^ 1f).



Vaccination of animals



§ 10



(1) unless otherwise provided, you can perform the vaccination of animals against

the diseases referred to in annex 6 to this Ordinance only in the cases and under the

conditions laid down by European Union legislation and this Decree as

part ordered protective and control measures in case of

the disease, provided that



and the introduction of vaccination) under those measures is based mainly on the

the following criteria:



1. the concentration of animals of the species concerned in the infected area,



2. type, characteristics and composition used vaccines,



3. ways of checking the distribution, storage and use of vaccines,



4. species, category and age of the animals which may or must be subjected to the

vaccination,



5. areas in which may or must be vaccinated,



6. the duration of the vaccination,



(b)), the Commission adopted a decision on the replenishment of the protective and disease control

measures about arrangements for vaccination of animals.




(2) in connection with vaccination in accordance with paragraph 1 shall not be



and) vaccinated animals of susceptible species or re-vaccinated in the holdings

referred to in § 13 para. 1,



(b)) used hyperimunní serum.



(3) in the protection and disease control measures, which allows vaccination

animals, veterinary authorities shall lay down the detailed conditions



and the implementation and progress of vaccination),



(b)) the procedure in cases when the detection of clinical signs

infection in a vaccinated animal or to his death.



(4) the possible vaccination can only be used if a registered vaccine

substances, and other substances whose use in the provision of animal health care

permitted by law on pharmaceuticals ^ 1 g).



§ 11



(1) if required by the regulations of the European Union on the measures for the prevention of

the emergence of diseases and their control, the veterinary authorities in the

protective and control measures to ensure that all vaccinated animals



and was identified by using plain language) and legible mark

the manner prescribed by regulations of the European Union on the measures for the prevention of

the emergence of diseases and their control, where applicable, in the manner prescribed by State

veterinary services,



(b)) remained in the vaccination area except for those animals that are

sent to a slaughterhouse designated the regional veterinary services in order to

immediate slaughter. Their transfer may be made only after

examination of all the animals of susceptible species on the holding official

veterinarian to confirm that none of the tested animals is not

suspected of being infected.



(2) if the vaccination of animals is terminated, you may be allowed to

animals of susceptible species from the vaccination zone disease found only on

pursuant to the measures adopted by the Commission, after the expiry of the prescribed period for her.



(3) the State Veterinary Administration shall inform the Commission at regular intervals

through the Standing Committee on the food chain and animal health

(hereinafter referred to as "the Standing Committee") of the results of carried out vaccination.



§ 12



By way of derogation from § 10 para. 1 may decide on emergency vaccination only after

awareness of the Commission on this measure, and if this does not affect the underlying

interests of the Union in the field of the protection of animal health. In this decision, the

takes into account, in particular, the degree of concentration of animals in these areas, the

the need to protect the individual and the economy and on the geographical zone,

in which vaccination is carried out. Next steps in emergency vaccination is

depends on whether the authorities of the Union agrees with its continuation, or whether

conclude that action is required on this vaccination

to modify, extend or terminate.



TITLE III



HOW TO CONTROL AND CONTROL OF DISEASES



section 13 of the



(1) where, on the holding of animals suspected of being infected or suspected of being

infected (hereinafter referred to as "suspect animals") of any of the diseases referred to in

Appendix No. 1 to this notice, the regional veterinary services in accordance with section

13 and § 49 paragraph 1. 1 (b). (d)) of the Act



a) shall without delay initiate in the performance of the State veterinary supervision

targeted monitoring (hereinafter referred to as "tracking") of this economy and

the investigation of suspect animals, in order to confirm or exclude the

the incidence of the disease, including collection of samples for laboratory

examination. For this purpose, may be under veterinary supervision and

for appropriate measures to prevent the spread of the disease carried to the lab

I suspect animals;



(b)) in particular, it shall order the keeper



1. count all the animals of species susceptible to the disease and recorded

for each category the number of already dead, infected and suspect animals.

Further, these data shall order the keeper update, to be taken into account

animals born or dying during the period of suspicion, and on request

submit to the authorities of the executing state veterinary supervision to

check at each visit, carried out on the holding,



2. all animals of species susceptible to the disease, which are in

economy, have been kept on their housing areas, where appropriate, on the

other places for quarantine, and ensure that they will not be

moved from a holding or holdings. In doing so, the regional

animal health management according to the circumstances and shall take into account the possible role of vectors, where the



3. placed in the entrances to buildings, spaces and places where they are kept

animals of susceptible species, and in the holding of them, as well as at the entrances and

exits onto and off the holding appropriate disinfection

resources.



(2) any movement of persons, animals of other species not susceptible to the

infection, means of transport, livestock products, carcasses of dead

or killed animals and other side-animal products

they are not intended for human consumption, ^ 1 h), tools, feed, litter, manure,

liquid manure and other items or materials which may carry the originator

diseases of the economy or to the holding shall be subject to in accordance with § 13 and

§ 49 paragraph 1. 1 (b). (d) the consent) of the Act, the regional Veterinary Administration

It also lays down the conditions for preventing any risk of the spread of

of the disease.



(3) Regional animal health management in accordance with § 13 para. 1 (b). (d)) and § 49

paragraph. 1 (b). (d) an epidemiological inquiry is carried out) of the Act, in which the

tracks



and) the time that the disease could occur in the economy before the

than was reported, as appropriate, before pronouncing the suspicion of her

occurrence,



(b) the possible origin of the disease in the) economy and findings (specify) other

the holding in which the animals of susceptible species, that could be

the suspect,



(c)) the movement of persons, animals, vehicles, livestock products,

of animal by-products, tools, feed, litter, manure,

liquid manure and other items or materials which may carry the originator

the disease of the holding or holdings



(d)) and distribution of vectors occurrences.



(4) To save the protective and control measures referred to in paragraph 1

(a). (b)) and in paragraph 2 shall be the keeper in accordance with § 12 para. 1 of the law

appropriate measures, corresponding to the same purpose.



§ 14



(1) Safeguard and control measures referred to in article 13(2). 1 (b). (b)),

paragraph. 2 and 3 may be made in relation to the other contact

economy.



(2) protective and control measures referred to in section 13, as long as they are not

suspended due to the exclusion of the suspected presence of the disease.



§ 15



(1) If on the holding confirmed some of the diseases referred to in

Appendix No. 1 to this Decree, carried out by the regional Veterinary Administration

the epidemiological investigation pursuant to § 13 para. 3 and shall prescribe, in accordance with article 15, and

§ 49 paragraph 1. 1 (b). (d)) of the Act to the protective and zdolávacím measures

referred to in § 13 para. 1 (b). (b)) (a). 2 for more protection and control

measures,



and, where appropriate, promptly killing) the slaughter of all animals of susceptible species

in the economy. The carcases of dead and killed animals, in accordance with the

directly applicable EU regulation laying down health rules

animal by-products ^ 2) removed in rendering harmless

establishment, or are burned or zahrabány, as far as possible on the spot. These

the activities shall be carried out in such a way that the risk of spread of the originator

the disease has decreased to the lowest possible level;



b) destruction of or appropriate to the processing or treatment of some

objects or materials, such as tools, animal feed, litter, manure and

the suds that can transmit the disease agent. This treatment,

carried out according to the instructions of the regional Veterinary Administration, is designed to ensure

the destruction of the disease agent or of the vector;



c) after completion of the conservation and control measures referred to in points

a) and b) the cleaning and disinfection, disinsectization and, where necessary, meanwhile,

buildings in which animals of susceptible species are kept, and their

the immediate surroundings, as well as means of transport and all

the device, which could be contaminated, in the manner and under the conditions

referred to in section 21.



(2) if ordered to bury the carcasses of dead or killed animals and

other of animal by-products shall be carried out on the zahrabovištích

listed in the emergency response plans of the county or contingency plans.

If you cannot take advantage of these zahrabovišť, the burial at a sufficient

depth (section 40 (4) of the Act), that these carcases and other ancillary

animal products that may be carriers of the disease agent, could not

be carnivorous animals, and in the appropriate place so that

prevent groundwater contamination and any pollution of the environment.



(3) protective and control measures referred to in paragraph 1 may be

extended to contact holdings where there is reason to suspect that

their possible infection.



(4) the National Crisis Center and the regional crisis, the disease control centre

coordinate the conservation and control measures as soon as possible to negotiate the

the disease, as well as the implementation of an epidemiological investigation.



section 16 of the



(1) the regional veterinary services may, in accordance with section 15 and section 49 paragraph 2. 1

(a). (d)) of the Act in the infected holding which consists of two or

more separate production units, to waive the requirements set out


in article 15, paragraph 2. 1 (b). and in the case of disease) pristine production

units, provided that the official veterinarian confirms that the



and the structure and size of these) units and the activities carried out in their

the guarantee of their units to the stables and equipment, feed, feed and

staff and



(b)) to separate them makes it impossible to transfer the disease from one unit to another.



(2) if the regional health administration of the concluded that the disease could be

been introduced



and) from other holdings to the holding referred to in section 13, or vice versa

from that holding to other holdings as a result of the movement of persons,

animals, vehicles or in any other way, monitors

This additional holding in accordance with § 13 of the until then, until the

the suspected presence of the disease is excluded;



(b)) from other holdings to the holding referred to in § 14, or vice versa

from that holding to other holdings as a result of the movement of persons,

animals, vehicles or in any other way, monitors

This additional holding in accordance with § 13 of the until then, until the

the suspected presence of the disease ruled out, or until the longest

the incubation period of the disease from the date of the likely

introduction into the economy, established on the basis of the epidemiological

the investigation.



(3) if the regional health administration of the concluded that conditions

permit, the measures referred to in paragraph 2 is limited to part of the

the holding and the animals that are in it, but only if,

If the economy meets the requirements referred to in paragraph 1, or

If the measures can be applied only to animals of susceptible species

on the disease.



§ 17



(1) if the occurrence of the disease has been confirmed, the regional Veterinary Administration shall specify the

around the infected holding a protection zone with a radius of at least 3 km

and a surveillance zone of a radius of at least 10 km, if necessary, other

the restricted zone.



(2) in the definition of the protection zone and the surveillance zone shall take into account

in particular, the epidemiological, geographical, administrative and environmental

factors associated with the disease, with both organizations

control of the disease and with the authorities that make decisions about the conservation and disease control

measures and shall keep on meeting them.



(3) Regional animal health management in accordance with § 49 paragraph 1. 1 (b). (d)) of the Act

performs all necessary measures, including the use of prominent security

signs and warnings, as well as cooperation with the media

resources, to ensure that the awareness of the people within the protection

zone and a surveillance zone based on conservation and control measures and to

the application of these measures.



(4) Extends the zone referred to in paragraph 1 on the territory of a neighbouring State,

works regional Veterinary Administration when its defining with

the competent authorities of that State.



(5) the State Veterinary Administration in accordance with § 48 para. 1 (b). about point 2)

the Act may request the Commission to reduce or enlarge the zones referred to in

paragraph 1 and of any change in duration of the protective and control measures;

in doing so, shall take into account the geographical and ecological factors, weather

conditions, the presence, distribution and type of vectors, the results

the epidemiological investigation and laboratory tests and the effectiveness of

applicable conservation and control measures.



section 18



(1) the regional veterinary services in accordance with section 15 and section 49 paragraph 2. 1 (b). (d))

and (f)) of the Act shall ensure that these are applied in the protection zone

protective and control measures:



and) identification of (inventory) of all holdings with animals of susceptible species

within the zone;



(b) regular veterinary checks of the holding) keeping animals of susceptible

species and a clinical examination of those animals including, if necessary,

as well as sampling and laboratory examination. The number and frequency of checks

must be proportionate to the gravity with which the disease is manifested in those

holdings, which represent the greatest risk. Of the controls

examinations and their results, records are kept;



(c) the prohibition on the movement and transport of) animals of susceptible species on public or

private roads with the exception of the roads within the economy.

The regional veterinary services may authorise the transport of animals

road or rail, under the condition that this transport be effected without

translating and without stops;



(d)) the prohibition of movement of animals susceptible species from the holding in which the

are, except for their direct transport under the supervision of the official

veterinarian for the purpose of immediate slaughter to a slaughterhouse, that are

in the protection zone or, if in the protection zone are not such a slaughterhouse

-to a slaughterhouse in the surveillance zone designated by the regional Veterinary Administration. Regional

However, the veterinary services shall permit such carriage only after examination of all the

animals of susceptible species on the holding, the official veterinarian

to confirm that none of the animals is suspected of being infected. If they are

slaughterhouse in the territorial jurisdiction of another regional Veterinary Administration, this must be

the regional veterinary administration of the informed in advance.



(2) protective and control measures applied in the protection zone shall

be maintained at least until then, until after the removal of animals from the

the infected holding in accordance with article 15, paragraph 2. 1 (b). and)

cleaning and disinfection in accordance with section 21 of the Outbox, the longest incubation period

the disease. If the disease is transmitted by insects, the regional

animal health management in accordance with section 15 and section 49 paragraph 2. 1 (b). (d)) of the Act

to provide for a different duration of applied conservation and disease control

measures, if necessary, then determine whether or not the viewing period for

housing control of susceptible animals as biological indicators

of the disease.



(3) the State Veterinary Administration informs about the conservation and

the disease control measures to the Commission and the other Member States through

The Standing Committee.



(4) after the expiry of the period referred to in paragraph 2 in the protection zone

apply protective and control measures laid down for the surveillance zone.



§ 19



(1) the regional veterinary services in accordance with section 15 and section 49 paragraph 2. 1 (b). (d))

and (f)) of the Act shall ensure that these are applied in the surveillance zone protection

and control measures:



and) identification of (inventory) of all holdings with animals of susceptible species

within the zone;



(b) the ban on the movement of) animals of susceptible species on public roads with the exception of

put out to pasture animals, or the movement of animals to the stables for them

intended. The regional veterinary services may authorise the transport of

animals by rail or road, provided that such movement:

be effected without translation and without stops;



(c)) the transport of animals of susceptible species within the zone is subject to the consent of the

the regional veterinary service;



d) prohibition on the movement of animals of susceptible species within the zone for at least

a period which corresponds to the longest incubation period of the disease from the

the last recorded case of the disease. After this period,

animals may be moved from the surveillance zone and direct way transported

under the supervision of the official veterinarian for the purpose of immediate slaughter,

to a slaughterhouse designated regional Veterinary Administration. The regional veterinary

However, the management shall permit such carriage only after examination of all the animals

susceptible species on the holding, the official veterinarian

confirm that none of the animals is suspected of being infected. If the slaughterhouse in

designated for other regional Veterinary Administration, this shall be the regional

animal health management informed in advance about the transport.



(2) For a period of compliance with the conservation and control measures applicable

in the surveillance zone shall apply section 18 para. 2 accordingly.



section 20



(1) if they are banning the protective and control measures referred to in section 18

paragraph. 1 (b). (d)) and § 19 para. 1 (b). d) applied for longer

than 30 days as a result of the occurrence of new cases of the disease and are

the problems with the housing of animals, can the regional animal health management in

accordance with § 17 para. 3 and § 49 paragraph 1. 1 (b). (d)) of the Act on the basis of

the application, authorise the removal of the animals from the farmers economy

located in the protection zone or within the surveillance zone, if you

the farmer reported to verify facts and reasons, and if the



a) all the animals have been examined,



(b)) the animals to be transported have undergone a clinical examination, with

a negative result,



c) every animal is registered and marked in accordance with the breeding

by law, ^ 3)



(d)) the holding of destination is either in the protection zone or within the zone

supervision.



(2) in connection with the carriage referred to in paragraph 1 must be made

the necessary measures to prevent the spread of the disease agent, in particular the

be made to the cleaning and disinfection of means of transport after carried

carriage.



section 21



(1) cleaning, disinfection, disinsection, and disinfestation of the infected

economy ordered under the safeguard and control measures are

carried out



and) way as any risk of spread or survival of the agent of

the disease,



(b)), dezinsekčními and deratizačními disinfectant means in

concentrations of approved regional Veterinary Administration,




(c)) on the instructions of regional Veterinary Administration and under the supervision of the official

veterinarian.



(2) after the execution of acts of cleaning, disinfection, disinsection, and

deratizací regional Veterinary Administration shall verify that all

mandated measures appropriately met, including specific procedures

laid down for certain diseases, and that a reasonable time period has elapsed,

as a rule, at least 21 days, providing complete the disease before getting through the

start a new breeding animals (hereinafter referred to as "restocking") in the economy.



section 22



Restocking of the holding shall be subject to the consent of the regional animal health management in

accordance with section 15 and section 49 paragraph 2. 1 (b). (d)) of the Act, that it shall issue, if

According to the results of the checks carried out by the official veterinarian

performed cleaning and disinfection, disinsection, and disinfestation, where appropriate,

pursuant to § 21.



Article 23 of the



If they are infected or suspect animals living in the wild, the regional

animal health management measures are appropriate to the nature of the disease,

the capabilities of its spread, how it is playing and the local conditions.

The State Veterinary Administration in accordance with § 48 para. 1 (b). about point 2)

the law shall inform about the measures taken to the Commission and the other Member States

through the Standing Committee.



section 24



(1) samples taken for laboratory testing to detect the

the presence of the disease agent investigating in accordance with § 52 para. 4 of the law

national reference laboratories responsible for each disease

where appropriate, reference laboratories, staffed and technically so

so that they may at any time, in particular when the first occurrence of the disease, the type,

sub-type and variant of the relevant agent, as well as other laboratories listed

in § 52 para. 3 of the Act. Using diagnostic methods laid down in the

accordance with the various procedures and methods approved by the authorities of the Union for

diagnosis and control of the disease or otherwise in accordance with the provisions

The European Union on the measures for the prevention of diseases and their

playing fish.



(2) the national reference laboratory



and) is responsible for coordinating standards and methods of diagnosis used

in the Czech Republic in the diagnosis of the relevant diseases and testing

vaccines,



(b)) can provide other diagnostic laboratories diagnostic

reagents,



c) checks the quality of diagnostic reagents used in the United

Republic,



(d)) performs on a regular basis comparative tests of diagnosis

methods,



e) stores virus isolates of the relevant diseases derived from the cases

confirmed in the Czech Republic,



(f)) ensures that the confirmation of positive results obtained in other

diagnostic laboratories;



g) cooperates with the relevant reference laboratories within the Union.



(3) the State Veterinary Administration of the leads and continuously updates the list

the national reference laboratories and make available to it, including any

subsequent amendments, to the other Member States and the public.



§ 25



(1) if it is not in the provisions of part two of the specific measures for the

control and certain diseases affecting provided for otherwise, it applies to section 13

up to 24 for the eradication and control of these diseases.



(2) for the control and control of the disease, which is listed in annex 1 to the

This Ordinance or by the provisions of part two on special measures

for the control of certain diseases affecting, and shall apply to § 13 to 24

mutatis mutandis, taking into account the nature and gravity of the disease, the

the possibility of its spread and its way of playing, as well as to the local

terms and conditions.



PART TWO



SPECIFIC MEASURES FOR THE CONTROL OF CERTAIN DISEASES AFFECTING AND



TITLE I OF THE



SWINE VESICULAR DISEASE



section 26



The occurrence of swine vesicular disease virus is confirmed, apart from the confirmation of

According to § 2 (b). (c)),



and) in the economy, in which



1. swine vesicular disease virus is isolated either from the pigs or from the

environment,



2. are the pigs which are seropositive for swine vesicular disease

pigs, if this or any other pigs on the holding showing changes

symptomatic of this disease, or



3. the pigs with clinical signs of the disease of swine vesicular disease

pigs or are seropositive, provided that there is a direct

epidemiological link to a confirmed outbreak;



(b)) in other herds in which seropositive pigs are detected. In

this case, the regional Veterinary Administration before committing

the presence of the disease further investigations, in particular resampling

testing of at least 28 days apart from the previous sampling

Protective and control measures in accordance with § 13 shall remain in effect until

the end of this additional examination. If supplementary examinations

they have demonstrated the occurrence of this disease and tested the pigs are still

seropositive, regional Veterinary Administration will order that was under the supervision of

the official veterinarian, killed and disposed of, or

slaughtered in a slaughterhouse for the purpose intended. These pigs must be on

slaughterhouses are kept and slaughtered separately from other pigs, and their meat

must be intended solely for the domestic market.



section 27 of the



(1) If a confirmed occurrence of swine vesicular disease, the regional

animal health management in accordance with section 15 and section 49 paragraph 2. 1 (b). (d)) of the Act

shall ensure that these are applied in the protection zone protection and

control measures:



and) identification of (inventory) of all the holdings where animals are types of

susceptible to this disease;



(b)) regular veterinary checks on holdings with animals of the species

susceptible to this disease and a clinical examination of those animals including

If necessary, sampling and laboratory testing. The number of

and the frequency of checks must be proportionate to the gravity with which manifests itself

disease in those holdings, which represent the greatest risk. About

inspections, tests and their results shall keep records;



(c) the prohibition on the movement and transport) of pigs on public or private

go with the exception of the roads within the economy. Exceptionally

can the regional veterinary services in accordance with section 15 and section 49 paragraph 2. 1 (b).

(d)) of the Act allow the transport of pigs by road or rail, under the

condition that this transport be effected without translation and without a stop.

The State Veterinary Administration in accordance with § 48 para. 1 (b). about point 2)

the law, however, may ask the Commission about an exception for pigs for slaughter

coming from holdings situated outside the protection zone, which are transported

to a slaughterhouse located in that zone;



d) means of transport and equipment (equipment) used inside the protective

zone to transport pigs or other livestock or material which may

be contaminated (feed, litter, manure, slurry, etc.) shall not

leave the holding within the protection zone, buffer zone, or

slaughterhouse, without being cleaned and disinfected in accordance with the instructions of the regional

the veterinary service in accordance with section 15 and § 49 paragraph 1. 1 (b). (d)) of the Act.

These guidelines must in particular ensure that any means of transport

used to transport pigs leave the protection zone, without that it would be

checked by an official veterinarian;



e) pigs may leave the holding on which they are kept for a period of 21

days following the carrying out of preliminary cleaning and disinfection

the infected holding in accordance with article 21 and in accordance with Annex # 7 to this

the Decree. After this time the regional veterinary services may, in accordance with section 13 of the

paragraph. 1 (b). (b)) and § 49 paragraph 1. 1 (b). (d)) of the Act allow

pigs from holdings



1. directly to a slaughterhouse designated by her, preferably within the protection zone or

the surveillance zone, where all pigs on the holding are present

checked, pigs intended for transport to the slaughterhouse has been clinically

examined, each pig was registered and marked in accordance with the

breeding law ^ 3) and transport of pigs is carried out by transport

the funds comprised of the regional Veterinary Administration. If the slaughterhouse in

designated for other regional Veterinary Administration, this shall be the regional

animal health management informed in advance about the transport. After entering the

slaughterhouse, the pigs are kept and slaughtered separately from other pigs.

Transport equipment (equipment) used for the transport of pigs

before leaving the slaughterhouse cleaned and disinfected. When performing a

the pig before slaughter and after the slaughter of the official veterinarian

aware of the symptoms that could be associated with the presence of the virus

swine vesicular disease. After the slaughter of pigs statistically

a representative number of samples of their blood and, in the case of positive

the results of their examinations, confirming the presence of swine vesicular disease

pigs, apply protective and control measures referred to in section 29 para. 1

(a). (c)),



2. exceptionally, directly to other locations within the protection zone, if

all the pigs on the holding has been checked present, pigs

intended for transport were a clinical examination, with negative result, and

each pig has been registered and marked in accordance with the breeding

by law, ^ 3)



f) meat from the pigs referred to in point (e)), point 1



1. must not become the subject of trading within the European Union or the international


trade and must bear the health mark provided for

rules on animal health requirements for animal products ^ 4),



2. must be obtained, cut, transported and stored separately from

meat intended for intra-EU or international trade and

may not be used for the manufacture of meat products intended for trading

within the European Union or international trade, unless it has undergone a treatment

According to the regulations on animal health requirements for animal products ^ 4).



(2) protective and control measures applied in the protection zone are

compliance with at least the implementation



a) cleaning and disinfection in accordance with § 21 and in accordance with Annex # 7 to this

the Decree,



(b)) a clinical examination of pigs in all holdings in the zone, which

allows you to conclude that these pigs showed no signs of disease,

from which it would be possible that the presence of swine vesicular disease

the pigs, as well as the serological examination of a statistically representative

a sample of these pigs, carried out in the manner followed in the Union

in view of the way the transmission of swine vesicular disease and the way

the pig, which was not detected the presence of antibodies against the virus

of this disease.



(3) the Examination and sampling referred to in paragraph 2 (a). (b)) may be

made up to 28 days after the cleaning and disinfection of the infected

economy.



(4) after the expiry of the period referred to in paragraph 3, in the protection zone

apply protective and control measures laid down for the surveillance zone.



(5) in the event that the prohibitions referred to in paragraph 1 (b). (e)) are in effect

For more than 30 days because of the occurrence of further cases of the disease, and if

as a result, problems with livestock, the regional veterinary

management on the basis of a reasoned request of the breeder and if an official

the veterinarian has verified the facts, authorise the transport of animals from

a holding situated in the protection zone. The provisions of paragraph 1

(a). (e)) shall apply mutatis mutandis.



section 28



(1) the regional veterinary services in accordance with section 15 and section 49 paragraph 2. 1 (b). (d))

the law shall ensure that these are applied in the surveillance zone protection and

control measures:



and the registration of all holdings) pig holdings;



(b)) the movement of pigs from a holding in the band somewhere other than at the slaughterhouse is

possible only if in the previous 21 days was not to the holding of the

which the pigs to be moved, should be included no pig. The farmer must

record all movements of pigs;



(c)), the removal of pigs from the surveillance zone may be the regional veterinary

the Administration is enabled, if



1. all pigs on the holding has been present during the 48 hours before the

the carriage of checked



2. all pigs intended for transport were during the 48 hours before the transport

a clinical examination, with negative result;



3. serological statistically representative sample of pigs

intended for the carriage carried out within 14 days prior to shipment, not

the presence of antibodies to swine vesicular disease.

With regard to pigs for slaughter, serological testing can be done

the blood samples taken at the slaughterhouse, the pigs are covered by destination

the regional Veterinary Administration transported. In the case of positive results

examination, confirming the presence of swine vesicular disease,

applicable conservation and control measures referred to in section 29 para. 1 (b). (c)),



4. each pig has been registered and marked in accordance with the breeding

the law ^ 3),



5. means of transport, equipment and facilities used in the transportation of these

pigs are cleaned and disinfected after the transport;



d) means of transport, equipment and facilities used for the transport of the pigs,

other livestock or material which may be contaminated, inside

the surveillance zone may leave this band just after cleaning and disinfecting

manner determined by the regional Veterinary Administration.



(2) protective and control measures applied in the surveillance zone are

compliance to the proper performance



a) cleaning and disinfection in accordance with § 21 and in accordance with Annex # 7 to this

the Decree,



(b)) conservation and disease control measures ordered for the protection zone.



section 29



(1) the regional Veterinary Administration will order later in the case of



and) confirm the presence of swine vesicular disease, in addition to conservation and

the disease control measures referred to in section 13 and 15 meat of pigs slaughtered during the period

between the probable introduction of disease into the holding and the implementation

conservation and control measures, it was possible, under the supervision of

the official veterinarian or disposed of in such a dohledáno

a way to avoid the risk of spreading the virus of swine vesicular disease

pigs,



(b)) there is a reasonable assumption that the pigs the holding was

infected as a result of the movement of persons, animals, vehicles or

in any other way that pigs from the holding is subject to the

restrictive protective and zdolávacím measures referred to in article 16 paragraph 1. 2 and 3

at least to the time when the economy performs both clinical

examination of the pigs, with negative results, in accordance with section 27 para.

2 (a). (b)) a serological examination of a statistically representative sample of

pigs, in which the proven presence of antibodies to

swine vesicular disease. Clinical and serological examination may be

done up in 28 days elapsing from the possible contamination of the pigs,



(c)) the confirmation of swine vesicular disease in a slaughterhouse to



1. all pigs present on the slaughterhouse was promptly slaughtered,



2. Carcases and offal of infected pigs were harmless

deleted under the supervision of the official veterinarian in such a way

in order to avoid the risk of spread of swine vesicular disease,



3. cleaning and disinfection of buildings and equipment, including

means of transport, in accordance with the instructions of the regional Veterinary Administration and under the

the supervision of the official veterinarian,



4. no pigs are shipped to slaughter before the expiry of at least 24

hours after completion of the cleaning and disinfection operations in accordance with point 3.



(2) the regional Veterinary Administration carry out an epizootiological investigation.



section 30



(1) the re-population of the economy is possible under the terms of section 22, and after

the expiration of 4 weeks after making the final cleaning and disinfection in accordance with §

21 and in accordance with Annex # 7 to this Decree.



(2) when the animal housing and taking into account the type of agricultural

the activities carried out in the economy. In the case of



and) of an open-air begins during the re-population of a limited

the number of control indicator piglets which reacted negatively when

checking for the presence of antibodies against swine vesicular disease virus.

Control an indicator-piglets as required by the regional veterinary

management in accordance with § 3 and § 49 paragraph 1. 1 (b). (d)) of the Act in the entire

area of the infected holding and after 28 days after their deployment

the clinical examination and sampling for serological

examination. If none of the piglets shows clinical signs of

swine vesicular disease and if any of them not to

the creation of antibodies to the disease, it can be done

restocking;



(b)) other farming methods can be followed by the letter a), or

to make a full restocking, provided that



1. all pigs originating from holdings located

outside the zones in which they are applied in a restrictive protection and control

the measures because of swine vesicular disease, and are seronegative,

transferred to breeding during the 8 days,



2. None of these pigs leave the holding for a period of 60 days from the

relocation of the last pigs on the holding,



3. the pigs moved to breeding (repopulované herd), according to the instructions

the regional Veterinary Administration examined clinically and serologically. This

testing can be carried out at least 28 days after the transfer

the last pigs to holdings.



TITLE II



BLUETONGUE



section 31



For the purposes of this title, means by the term



a) animal of susceptible species-each ruminant;



(b) animals-the animals) belonging to a susceptible species, except in the

wild animals, for which the institutions of the Union may be taken of the Special

measures;



c) vector-insect Culicoides capable of transmitting Bluetongue fever

sheep that has to be determined in accordance with the procedure laid down by the legislation of the

The European Union on the measures for the prevention of diseases and their

fighting;



(d)) live weakened vaccine-vaccine produced by adjusting the

field isolate of bluetongue virus by subsequent passages

on tissue cultures or in chicken embryos.



§ 32



(1) If a holding in an area which is not subject to

restrictions as a result of conservation and control measures imposed in

connection with the outbreak of bluetongue or suspicion from its

the occurrence of one or more animals of susceptible species suspected of this

the disease, the regional veterinary services in accordance with § 13 and § 49 paragraph 1. 1

(a). (d)) of the Act



and) shall immediately start tracking this holding and investigation in order to

confirm or exclude the presence of the disease, clinically examined


suspicious, and dead animals or ensure their autopsy;



(b)) shall ensure that the inventory of places that might be able to

the survival of the vector or to accommodate it, in particular, places suitable for

its reproduction;



(c)) shall order the keeper, in particular, to



1. an inventory of the animals of susceptible species, indicating for each species

the number of animals already dead and infected, as well as animals, which could

be infected. Inventory data updates to be the keeper of the gate in the

account of animals born or dying during the period of suspicion, and on demand

It is submitted to the authorities of the executing state veterinary supervision to check

and verification,



2. comply with the prohibition of any movement of animals of susceptible species from

holding or holdings



3. limited the possibility of movement of animals of susceptible species, including their stay

outside the barn, at the time of activity of vectors, if you can assume that they are to

available resources for the implementation of this measure,



4. treated on a regular basis animals of susceptible species, buildings used for

their housing and their surroundings, especially places favorable for vectors,

approved by insekticidními means. The frequency of treatment will determine regional

animal health management in view of the period of effectiveness of the used

insekticidního resource and climatic conditions,



5. ensure, in accordance with the directly applicable European Union law

health rules for animal by-products ^ 2)

the disposal of carcases of animals which have died on the holding.



(2) Regional animal health management in accordance with a directly applicable regulation

Of the European communities on the implementing provisions of Council directive

2000/75/EC, as regards the control, monitoring, surveillance and restrictions on the movement of

some of the animals of susceptible species in relation to African swine fever

sheep ^ 5),



and carry out an epizootiological investigation),



b) apply monitoring programs of bluetongue in closed

and for the surveillance of bluetongue outside the restricted zone,



(c)) provides data on bluetongue collected during

the application of the programmes referred to in point (a)) of the State Veterinary Administration,

that holds the information obligations under directly applicable legislation

The European Union on the implementing provisions of Council Directive 2000/75/EC

as regards the control, monitoring, surveillance and restrictions on movements of certain animals

susceptible species in relation to bluetongue ^ 5).



(3) until the introduction of the measures referred to in paragraph 1, animals

susceptible species from the holding or nepřemísťují into the holding and

According to options is limited by their movement at the time of the activity vectors.



§ 33



(1) Safeguard and control measures referred to in section 32 may be applied even

in relation to other holdings, of which he may reasonably be expected to

they are infected.



(2) protective and control measures referred to in section 32 may be terminated,

only if the exclusion of the suspected presence of bluetongue.



§ 33a



(1) the State Veterinary Administration may within the framework of conservation and disease control

measures in accordance with article 15, paragraph 2. 1 (b). I) and § 48 para. 1 (b). (e))

by law, authorize the use of vaccines against Bluetongue, and

on the basis of the results of the risk assessment carried out by the State Veterinary

Administration. About how to enable the use of African swine fever vaccines

sheep of the State Veterinary Administration shall inform the Commission before the commencement of the vaccination.



(2) if the live vaccine, a weakened State

animal health management in the context of conservation and control measures of the trade

the band, which includes at least the area in which the

vaccination. Follow the surveillance zone, which form part of the territory of

at least 50 km beyond the protection zone.



§ 34



(1) If on the holding confirmed the occurrence of bluetongue,



and regional Veterinary Administration will order)



1. the slaughter of animals of susceptible species to the extent that it considers necessary in

to prevent the spread of the disease,



2. destruction of their carcases in accordance with the directly applicable

the EU regulation on health rules concerning animal

animal products ^ 2)



3. the expansion of trade and the disease control measures provided for in § 32 para.

1 on the holdings situated within the zone with a radius of 20 km (including the protection

zone) around the infected holding (the infected holding).

This band may be widened or narrowed down based on epidemiological,

the geographical, ecological or meteorological factors,



4. the application of other measures laid down by the Commission, in particular as regards

the introduction of the vaccination programme or other alternative measures



(b) regional Veterinary Administration executes) the epidemiological investigation.



(2) the State Veterinary Administration, in accordance with section 10, paragraph 1. 2 and § 48 para. 1

(a). of paragraph 2 of the law) shall notify the protection and zdolávacím measures referred to in

paragraph 1 (b). and point 1 and on) the possible expansion or narrowing of the bandwidth

referred to in paragraph 1 (b). and the Commission, section 3).



§ 35



(1) the regional veterinary services in accordance with section 15 and section 49 paragraph 2. 1 (b). (d))

In addition to the Trade Act and the disease control measures referred to in § 34 paragraph 1. 1

establishes a protection zone and a surveillance zone, taking into account in particular the

epidemiological, geographical, administrative and environmental factors

on the one hand related to bluetongue, both with the organisation

its control and the authorities that make decisions about the conservation and disease control

measures and shall keep on meeting them.



(2) a protection zone with a radius of at least 100 defines the km around

the infected holding. Follow the surveillance zone, which consists of

part of the territory over a width of at least 50 km beyond the protection zone, in which it was not in the

the last 12 months, vaccination against Bluetongue

live attenuated conventional vaccine.



(3) a protection zone and a surveillance zone consists of a closed zone.



section 36



(1) the regional veterinary services in accordance with section 15 and section 49 paragraph 2. 1 (b). (d))

the law shall ensure that these are applied in the protection zone protection and

control measures:



and) identification of (inventory) of all holdings with animals of susceptible species

within the zone;



(b)) an epidemiological surveillance programme, based on the

monitoring of indicator groups of bovine animals or another animal species,

susceptible species, unless the cattle are available, as well as the stocks of the vector,



(c)) prohibition on the movement of susceptible species from the animal band, if the regional

animal health management in accordance with the directly applicable European law

Union on the implementing provisions of Council Directive 2000/75/EC, as regards the

control, monitoring, surveillance and restrictions on movements of certain animals of susceptible

species in relation to bluetongue ^ 5), did not establish otherwise.



(2) the State Veterinary Administration may give the Commission initiative to

decided on the vaccination of animals of susceptible species in the protection zone against the

Bluetongue and their identification.



§ 37



(1) the regional veterinary services in accordance with section 15 and section 49 paragraph 2. 1 (b). (d))

the Act will ensure that in the surveillance zone



and the application of protection and) control measures referred to in § 36 odst.

1,



(b)) was consistently complied with the ban on any vaccination against Bluetongue

fever sheep live attenuated conventional vaccine.



(2) protective and control measures taken pursuant to § 34 paragraph 1. 1, § 35 and 36

and in accordance with paragraph 1 shall be amended or terminated in accordance with the arrangements

laid down by the Commission.



§ 37a



The State Veterinary Administration in accordance with the regulations of the European Union on the report

diseases ^ 1e)



and) reports to the Commission and the other Member States the primary outbreak and an outbreak of

Bluetongue,



(b)) provides them with related epidemiological information on bluetongue

fever sheep collected during implementation of programmes for the monitoring

Bluetongue and surveillance of bluetongue.



TITLE III



CLASSICAL SWINE FEVER



§ 38



For the purposes of this title, means by the term



and) hog-any animal of the Suidae family, including

feral pigs,



(b)) wild boar-pig which is not kept or bred on a holding



c) pig suspected of being infected with classical swine fever-any

pig (live, the carcase or carcases machined body) with such

clinical signs or post-mortem lesions or reactions to

laboratory tests carried out in accordance with the procedures laid down

Guide to ensure a consistent diagnosis of classical swine fever (hereinafter

"diagnostic manual"), issued by the State Veterinary Administration and

corresponding to the diagnostic manual, approved by the Commission by

suspicion of the possibility of the presence of classical swine fever,



(d)) the case of classical swine fever or swine infected with classical swine

pigs-any pig (live, the carcase or carcases machined body)

which were confirmed by clinical symptoms or post-mortem lesions

classical swine fever, or in which the disease was confirmed

on the basis of a laboratory examination carried out in accordance with the procedures

laid down in the diagnostic manual



e) primary case of classical swine fever in feral pigs-any

a case of classical swine fever which is detected in feral pigs living in

the area, which are not mandated by any safeguard and control measures




f) meta-population of feral pigs-any group or subpopulation

feral pigs with limited contacts with other groups or

subpopulations,



g) susceptible feral pig population-the proportion of the population living in the wild

pigs, which are not developed immunity against classical swine fever virus

pigs,



h) processing-one of the treatments for high risk material

referred to in the applicable provision of the European Union directly on health

rules for animal by-products, ^ 2) which apply

in a way that avoids the risk of spread of classical swine fever,



even if a marker vaccine)-a vaccine that can elicit a protective

immunity, which is through laboratory tests carried out in the

accordance with the diagnostic manual and are distinguishable from the immune response

induced by natural infection NATO type virus,



j) area with a high density of pigs-the area within a radius of 10 km

around the holding in which the pigs are suspected of being infected

classical swine fever or contagious that disease, where the occurrence of swine

exceeds the density of 800 pigs per km2; the holding in question must be

be located either in the region where the density of pigs in

holdings exceeds 300 pigs per km2 or at a distance

less than 20 km from such a region,



k) contact holding-holding may be appropriate

the disease could have been introduced, whether as a result of the location of the holding,

movement of persons, animals or vehicles or in any other way,



l) economy-any agricultural or other premises in which they are

permanently or temporarily reared or kept pigs. For in this economy

the meaning of the slaughterhouse, are not regarded as means of transport and fenced areas, in

which are kept and can be hunted wild pigs; These fenced

the premises have a size and structure that preclude the use of measures

laid down in § 41 para. 1 and 2,



m) contaminated area-an area in which, after the confirmation of one or more

cases of classical swine fever in feral pigs, disease eradication shall apply

measures under section 15 or 16.



§ 39



(1) the State Veterinary Administration of the reports in accordance with § 48 para. 1 (b). about)

paragraph 2 of the Act, the Commission and the other Member States of the presence of classical swine fever

pigs and provide them with information about the



a) outbreaks of classical swine fever which are confirmed in holdings,



(b)) cases of classical swine fever which are confirmed in a slaughterhouse or

means of transport,



(c)) of the primary cases of classical swine fever which are confirmed in pigs

wild,



(d) the results of the epidemiological inquiry).



(2) paragraph 1 does not affect the obligation of reporting of primary

and other (secondary) outbreaks of the disease in accordance with § 7 to 9.



(3) the State Veterinary Administration informs in accordance with section 10, paragraph 1. 2 and section 48

paragraph. 1 (b). of paragraph 2 of the Law Commission) and the other Member States



and about the other cases) of classical swine fever which are confirmed in pigs

Wild in the infected area in accordance with § 51 para. 1 (b). (a))

2,



(b)) about the knowledge which suggests that classical swine fever may have spread

of the holding or holdings situated in one of the

Member State.



section 40



(1) If a holding contains one or more pigs suspected of being infected

classical swine fever virus, the regional Veterinary Administration will launch

without delay and with the diagnostic manual of investigation to confirm or

eliminates the occurrence of this disease; It also performs a check whether the pigs are in the

the economy registered and marked in accordance with the breeding law. ^ 3)



(2) if the regional animal health management in accordance with § 13 and § 49 paragraph 1. 1

(a). (d)) of the Act, concluded that the suspected presence of classical swine fever

in a holding cannot be ruled out,



and the economy);



b) carry out an epizootiological investigation on the basis of questionnaires, prepared in

framework of the contingency plans referred to in section 56;



(c)) shall order the keeper, in particular, to



1. to total all the pigs in the various categories on the holding, and made

an inventory of the number of pigs of each category, indicating for each category

the number of pigs already dead, infected or suspicious. Data inventory

must be updated in order to take into account animals born or

dying during the period of suspicion, and must be presented upon request

the authorities of the executing state veterinary supervision to check and verify



2. all pigs held on their housing areas, where appropriate, is

closed at other places for quarantine,



3. comply with the ban on the movement of pigs from the holding or

the economy, as well as a ban on the removal of carcasses from farms without the consent of

the regional Veterinary Administration. If necessary the regional veterinary

the Administration also extend the ban on their farms to other animal species and

request appropriate measures to control rodents or insects,



4. comply with the prohibition of transport of pig meat and products made from such meat,

sperm, egg cells and embryos of pigs, animal feed, waste, and

the materials, which are likely to transmit classical swine fever,

economy without the consent of the regional Veterinary Administration. Pork,

products from this meat, sperm, egg cells and embryos of pigs from

the economy may not be the subject of trade,



5. prevent the movement of people and means of transport from a holding or

economy without the written consent of the regional Veterinary Administration,



6. placed in entrances and exits to buildings and the buildings in which they are

housed pigs, as well as at the entrances and exits of the holding,

appropriate means of disinfection of the holding. Persons entering the

a pig holding, or departing from that holding

must be subjected to appropriate hygiene measures, necessary for the

reduce the risk of spread of classical swine fever virus, and all the traffic

resources must be effectively disinfected before leaving the holding.



(3) if required by the disease situation, in particular if the holding

with the suspected pigs in areas with a high density of pigs, the

the regional Veterinary Administration



and in the economy) referred to in paragraph 2 of the protection and control

the measures referred to in § 41 para. 1. If permitted by the terms of, this

measures confined to the pigs suspected of being infected or infected with a virus

classical swine fever and to that part of the economy, in which this

pigs are kept, if they are these pigs have been housed, kept and fed

completely separately from other pigs on the farm. However, you must always be

a sufficient number of samples from pigs to be culled

in accordance with the diagnostic manual to confirm or exclude the

the presence of classical swine fever virus;



(b)) to define the temporary control zone around the holding referred to in

paragraph 2 and apply all or some of the protection and control

the measures referred to in paragraphs 1 and 2.



(4) the protective and control measures referred to in paragraph 2, until the

are unsuccessful due to the exclusion of the suspected presence of classical

swine fever.



§ 41



(1) If on a holding is confirmed by the presence of classical swine fever,

the regional Veterinary Administration will order next to conservation and disease control

the measures referred to in section 40 para. 2 other protective and control measures, namely:



and emergency culling all pigs) in the economy so that, during the

transportation or spending habits of these animals avoid the risk of spreading

classical swine fever, as well as the destruction of carcasses of dead

or killed animals under the supervision of an official veterinarian;



(b) a sufficient number of samples collection) from the pigs in accordance with the

the diagnostic manual in order to determine how the virus

classical swine fever virus into the holding and the length of time for which the

could be present on a holding before announcing the disease;



(c)) to trace the meat pigs slaughtered during the period between the probable

introduction of disease into the holding and the regulation of trade and the disease control

measures, using all the options, and process under the

the supervision of the official veterinarian;



(d)) to trace the semen and embryos of the egg cells collected from the

holding during the period between the probable introduction of disease to

economy and regulation of conservation and control measures and their

destruction under the supervision of the official veterinarian,

in such a way as to prevent the spread of classical swine fever virus;



(e) treatment of waste), objects, materials and substances that can be

contaminated, in particular objects and materials for single use

that are used in the slaughter, according to the instructions of the regional animal health

management in accordance with § 3 and § 49 paragraph 1. 1 (b). (d)) of the Act in a manner

ensure destruction of classical swine fever virus;



f) after removal of pigs perform the cleaning and disinfection of buildings used

swine housing, means of transport used for the carriage of

or their carcasses, equipment buildings, litter, manure,

slurry, where contamination might have occurred, in accordance with section

46.



(2) the regional veterinary services will carry out further



in the case of a primary) the occurrence of classical swine fever laboratory


examination of the classical swine fever virus isolate in the diagnostic

Manual in order to identify the genetic type of virus,



(b)) the epizootic investigation.



(3) if confirmed an outbreak of classical swine fever in breeding

laboratory animals, a Zoo, a Wildlife Park, or

a fenced area where pigs are kept for scientific purposes or

for purposes related to conservation of species or rare breeds, the

the competent authority may decide differently from paragraph 1 (a). and (d)))

provided that this will not be at risk from the fundamental interests of the Union; about this

the procedure of the State Veterinary Administration shall inform without delay in accordance with § 48

paragraph. 1 (b). of paragraph 2 of the Law Commission).



§ 42



(1) the regional veterinary services may, in the case of confirmation of the occurrence of the

classical swine fever in a holding, consisting of 2 or more

separate herds, proceed to complete the fattening pigs in relation

to healthy herds of the economy differently from the provisions of § 41 para.

1 (b). and) provided that, in its findings



and the spatial arrangement and size) of the stables, in which those

herd resides, the distance between them and the nature of the activities in these

carried out a rigorous separation of spaces allow for housing,

care and feeding;



(b)) referred to the separation prevents the spread of classical swine fever virus

one herd to another.



(2) if the procedure referred to in paragraph 1, the State Veterinary

detailed rules for the application of management in terms of the possible provision of

animal health guarantees, and shall immediately inform its exercise in accordance with §

48 para. 1 (b). of paragraph 2 of the Law Commission).



(3) in contact holdings, taking into account the results of the

the epidemiological inquiry shall regard the holding referred to in section 40 or section

41, in which classical swine fever could have been introduced from other

economy or the economy, which could be a classical swine fever

been introduced from the holding referred to in section 40, 41 or section shall apply

protective and control measures referred to in section 40, in the meantime, until the

the suspicion of classical swine fever shall be excluded. Protection and control

the measures referred to in § 41 para. 1 and 2 in the contact holdings

apply when, if it requires the disease situation; in accordance with the

the diagnostic manual shall be a sufficient number of samples from

pigs, in order to confirm or exclude the presence of

classical swine fever virus.



(4) the main criteria and risk factors that are decisive for the

considering whether it is to be applied in contact holdings the measures

referred to in § 41 para. 1 (b). and), are set out in annex 8 to this

the Decree.



§ 43



(1) if the presence of classical swine fever on a holding is confirmed

the regional Veterinary Administration shall establish a protection zone with a radius of at least 3

km around the outbreak. The protection zone builds a surveillance zone with a

radius of at least 10 kilometres; the protection zone is part of the surveillance zone.



(2) in the definition of the protection zone and the surveillance zone shall take into account

in particular the results of the epidemiological inquiry, geographical situation (mainly

natural and artificial boundaries), the location of the farm and its surroundings, the usual

movements of pigs and trafficking, the availability of slaughterhouses,

availability of organs performing State veterinary supervision

movement of pigs within both zones and their equipment, in particular

If the culling of pigs to be moved away from the original

economy.



§ 44



(1) the regional veterinary services in accordance with section 15 and section 49 paragraph 2. 1 (b). (d))

the law shall ensure that these are applied in the protection zone protection and

control measures:



and) identification of (inventory) of all the holdings with breeding pigs,



(b) a clinical examination of pigs) in these holdings and review their

registration and labelling in accordance with the breeding law, ^ 3) within 7 days

After the establishment of the protection zone,



(c) the prohibition on the movement and transport) of pigs on public or private

the Road except when necessary the transport on a purpose built roads

within the economy, if it is not a transport with which agreed

regional animal health management in accordance with subparagraph (g)). This prohibition, however,

may not be applied in the case of the transport of pigs by road or

rail, made without translation and without stops; by decision of the

institutions of the Union may be made for the transport of pigs coming from outside the

the protection zone for immediate slaughter to a slaughterhouse, which

situated in the surveillance zone



d) cleansing, disinfection and treatment of means of transport and equipment

that are used to transport pigs or other livestock, equipment and

material (carcases, feed, litter, manure, slurry, etc.), which would

may be contaminated, and in accordance with section 46. No traffic

resource used for the transport of pigs may leave the zone without protection

the consent of the regional Veterinary Administration and without having previously

cleaned, disinfected and inspected



e) prohibition on entry of other livestock and pet animals

to or leaving the holding these animals without the consent of

the regional Veterinary Administration,



f) immediate reporting all dead or diseased pigs in

the economy of the regional Veterinary Administration, which performs the investigations in

accordance with the diagnostic manual;



g) prohibition on the movement of pigs from a holding in which they are kept

for at least 30 days after the completion of the preliminary cleaning and disinfection

the infected holding. After 30 days, you may enable the regional veterinary

management under the conditions of paragraph 3, the direct transport of pigs from a holding



1. at the slaughterhouse to her intended, if possible, within the protection zone or zones

surveillance for the purpose of immediate slaughter,



2. the carcases of the enterprise or other suitable place where the pigs are

immediately killed and their carcases are disposed of under the supervision of

the official veterinarian or



3. in exceptional circumstances, to a different location in the protection zone. About

The State Veterinary Administration shall immediately inform the Commission, via

The Standing Committee,



h) prohibition on the movement of sperm, egg cells and embryos of the

a holding within the protection zone,



I) compliance with the hygiene measures necessary to reduce the risk of spread

classical swine fever virus, all persons that enter into

or leaving the holding.



(2) if the protective and control measures referred to in paragraph 1 for a period of

longer than 30 days because of further outbreaks of the disease and are

in this context, problems that interfere with the well-being of the pigs or other problems

manifested in their breeding, can the regional animal health management in

accordance with section 15 and section 49 paragraph 2. 1 (b). (d)) of the Act allow the request

keeper and under the conditions referred to in paragraph 3, the removal of pigs from

economy directly



and her intended at the slaughterhouse), preferably within the protection zone or zones

surveillance for the purpose of immediate slaughter,



(b)) of the enterprise or in the rendering of another suitable place where the pigs are

immediately killed and their carcases are disposed of under the supervision of

the official veterinarian or



c) under exceptional circumstances, to a different location in the protection zone. About must

The State Veterinary Administration shall immediately inform in accordance with § 48 para.

1 (b). of paragraph 2 of the Law Commission).



(3) the authorization of the transport of the holding referred to in paragraph 1. (g)), and

paragraph 2 is possible under the following conditions:



and) official veterinarian shall carry out a clinical examination of the pigs in

the economy, in particular of those to be moved, including the taking of

the body temperature of the corresponding number of of them and check their

the designation. This examination and the control must be shown that the pigs

showed no signs of classical swine fever and that are maintained and

marked in accordance with the breeding law, ^ 3)



b) pigs are moved in vehicles sealed by the

the regional veterinary services,



c) means of transport and equipment used in the transportation, after its

the end of the immediately cleaned and disinfected in accordance with section 46,



(d)) from pigs, which are intended for slaughter or culling, is removed

in accordance with the diagnostic manual, a sufficient number of samples to

possible to confirm or exclude the presence of classical swine fever virus,



e) in the case of these pigs to the slaughterhouse relocation



1. the regional Veterinary Administration, the State which carries out at the slaughterhouse

animal health surveillance, is informed of the intention to move the pigs on these

slaughterhouse and on their arrival at the slaughterhouse shall inform the regional Veterinary Administration

responsible for the dispatch of the pigs,



2. pigs are after the entry to the slaughterhouse shall be kept and slaughtered separately from

other pigs,



3. during the inspection before slaughter and after the slaughter in a designated slaughterhouse

the official veterinarian shall monitor all the symptoms related to the

the presence of classical swine fever virus,



4. the fresh meat from these slaughterhouses are marked the same

the way is called fresh meat from the pigs referred to

in § 27 para. 1 (b). e) point 1, and in undertaking a specified County

Veterinary Administration subsequently treated in accordance with the legislation of the


animal health requirements for animal products ^ 4). The consignment of meat

is before shipment to the company, in which the meat is to be treated, sealed

the regional Veterinary Administration and will remain so throughout the period of transport.



(4) the protective and control measures applied in the protection zone are

compliance with at least the implementation



a) cleaning and disinfection in the infected holdings,



(b)) a clinical and laboratory testing of pigs on all holdings

in accordance with the diagnostic manual in order to detect any

the presence of classical swine fever virus.



(5) the Examination referred to in paragraph 4 (b). (b)) shall not be less than 30

days after the completion of preliminary cleaning and disinfection measures on the infected

holdings.



§ 45



(1) the regional veterinary services in accordance with section 15 and section 49 paragraph 2. 1 (b). (d))

the law shall ensure that these are applied in the surveillance zone protection and

control measures:



and) identification of (inventory) of all the holdings with breeding pigs,



(b) the prohibition on the movement and transport) of pigs on public or private

the Road except when necessary the transport on a purpose built roads

inside the farm without the consent of the regional Veterinary Administration. This

the ban, however, does not have to be applied with regard to the transport of pigs by road

or rail, made without translation and without stopping, and

the transport of pigs coming from outside the protection or surveillance zone for the purpose of

immediate slaughter to a slaughterhouse located in the surveillance zone



c) cleaning, disinfection and treatment of means of transport and equipment

that are used to transport pigs or other livestock, equipment and

material (carcases, feed, litter, manure, slurry, etc.), which would

may be contaminated, as soon as possible after contamination, in

accordance with section 46. None of the means of transport used for the transport of pigs,

may not leave the surveillance zone without having been cleaned and

disinfected,



d) prohibition on entry of other livestock and pet animals

to or leaving the holding these animals during the first

7 days after establishment of the zone without the consent of the supervisory regional Veterinary Administration,



e) immediate reporting all dead or diseased pigs in

the economy of the regional Veterinary Administration, which performs the investigations in

accordance with the diagnostic manual;



(f)) prohibit the movement of pigs from a holding in which they are kept

for at least 21 days after completion of the preliminary cleaning and disinfection

economy. After 21 days of regional Veterinary Administration may allow for

the conditions of § 44 para. 3 removal of pigs from a holding to be directly

transport



1. at the slaughterhouse specified, preferably within the protection zone or zones

surveillance for the purpose of immediate slaughter,



2. the carcases of the enterprise or other suitable place where the pigs are

immediately killed and their carcases are disposed of under the supervision of

the official veterinarian or



3. in exceptional circumstances, to a different location in the protection zone or zone

supervision. About the State Veterinary Administration shall inform the Commission without delay

through the Standing Committee,



g) prohibition on the movement of sperm, egg cells and embryos of the

a holding within the surveillance zone



h) compliance with the hygiene measures necessary to reduce the risk of spread

classical swine fever virus, all persons that enter into

or leaving the holding.



(2) if the protective and control measures referred to in paragraph 1 for a period of

longer than 30 days because of further outbreaks of the disease and are

in this context, problems that interfere with the well-being of the pigs or other problems

manifested in their breeding, can the regional animal health management in

accordance with section 15 and section 49 paragraph 2. 1 (b). (d)) of the Act allow for the conditions

referred to in § 44 para. 3 at the request of removal of pigs from breeders

economy directly



and her intended at the slaughterhouse), preferably within the protection or surveillance zone for the purpose of

immediate slaughter,



(b)) of the enterprise or in the rendering of another suitable place where the pigs are

immediately killed and their carcases are disposed of under the supervision of

the official veterinarian or



c) under exceptional circumstances, to a different location in the protection zone or zone

supervision. The State Veterinary Administration shall immediately inform the

accordance with § 48 para. 1 (b). of paragraph 2 of the Law Commission).



(3) protective and control measures applied in the surveillance zone are

compliance with at least the implementation



a) cleaning and disinfection in the infected holdings,



(b)) a clinical and laboratory testing of pigs on all holdings

in accordance with the diagnostic manual in order to detect any

the presence of classical swine fever virus.



(4) the Examination referred to in paragraph 3 (b). (b)) shall not be less than 20

days after the completion of preliminary cleaning and disinfection measures on the infected

holdings.



§ 46



For cleaning and disinfecting section 21 applies, by analogy with the fact that those acts must

be carried out in accordance with the procedures laid down in annex 9 to this

the Decree.



§ 47



(1) the re-population of the economy is possible only after the expiry of 30 days after the

the implementation of the final cleansing and disinfection under section 46.



(2) as in the case of livestock housing



and) of an open-air begins the re-population of housing of the control

indicator of the pigs come from a holding which is not subject to

any restrictive protective and zdolávacím measures in connection with the

classical swine fever or have not been in the laboratory examination

demonstrated the presence of antibodies against classical swine fever virus. This

an indicator-the pigs are subject to the requirements of the regional animal health management in

accordance with section 15 and section 49 paragraph 2. 1 (b). (d)) of the Act placed throughout the

area of the infected holding and after 40 days after their deployment

them in accordance with the diagnostic manual shall take samples to

testing for the presence of antibodies against classical swine fever virus.

If none of the pigs is not listed,

possible to proceed to the total repopulation. From the holding shall not be

no pigs before they are available to the negative

the results of the serological examination;



(b)) other farming methods can be followed by the letter a), or

to make a full restocking, provided that



1. all pigs must come from holdings not subjected

any restrictive protective and zdolávacím measures in connection with the

classical swine fever, moves to the breeding within 20 days,



2. None of these pigs will not leave the economy before they become

a negative results of the serological examination,



3. the repopulované herd shall be subjected to a serological examination in accordance with the

the diagnostic manual. Sampling for that examination will take place

at least 40 days after the relocation of the last pigs to holdings.



(3) If more than 6 months from the completion of the cleaning and disinfection,

can the regional veterinary services in accordance with section 15 and section 49 paragraph 2. 1 (b).

(d)) of the Act allow taking into account the health situation is different from the procedure

the procedure referred to in paragraph 2.



§ 48



(1) in the case of



and) the suspected presence of classical swine fever in a slaughterhouse or

means of transport will initiate a regional animal health management in promptly

accordance with the diagnostic manual of investigation to confirm or exclude the

the occurrence of the disease



(b) the detection of classical swine fever) in the slaughterhouse or in the means of

resources will ensure the regional veterinary services in accordance with section 15 and section 49

paragraph. 1 (b). (d)) of the Act, to be applied for the conservation and control

measures:



1. immediate culling of all susceptible animals in the slaughterhouse or in the

means of transport,



2. the disposal, where appropriate, the processing of carcasses, organs and

the waste, which could be contaminated, under the supervision of the official

veterinarian,



3. preliminary cleaning and disinfection of buildings and equipment, including means of

funds pursuant to § 46,



4. the epidemiological investigation,



5. the isolation of classical swine fever in accordance with the diagnostic

Manual to identify the genetic type of virus;



6. the prohibition on the movement of other animals to the slaughterhouse for slaughter or their

transport means of transport, in which classical swine fever has been detected

pigs, for at least 24 hours after completion of the cleaning and disinfection

carried out in accordance with section 46.



(2) protective and control measures referred to in § 42 para. 3 apply in

the holding where the infected pigs or carcases came from and in

the other contact holdings. If the epizootic investigation

doesn't show up on another source or direction of the spread of the disease, are

the holding where the infected pigs or carcases came from trade

and control measures referred to in § 41 para. 1 and 2.



Suspicion and confirmation of the occurrence of classical swine fever in feral pigs



§ 49



(1) as soon as the regional Veterinary Administration gets the knowledge that the pigs

the wild are suspected of classical swine fever,



and carry out any investigation leading) to confirm or exclude the presence of

This disease,



(b)) shall inform the suspect about this pig farmers and users of hunting ground

According to a special legal regulation, ^ 6)




c) examined, even in the laboratory, all the wild pigs that was

caught or found dead.



(2) the regional veterinary services in accordance with section 15 and section 49 paragraph 2. 1 (b). (d))

the act immediately after the confirmation of a primary case of classical swine fever in

wild pigs in order to limit its spread



and will set up expert group) composed of veterinarians, biologists,

focus on wildlife and hunters with the task to cooperate with

the regional veterinary services in accordance with section 15 and section 49 paragraph 2. 1 (b). (d))

the law when



1. examination of the epidemiological situation and defining an infected area in accordance with section

51 para. 1 (b). (b)),



2. determination of appropriate protection and control measures on the infected

the band, which may also include the prohibition of hunting and feeding pigs, wild,



3. Drawing up the eradication plan,



4. carry out checks to verify the effectiveness of protective and disease control

the measures adopted to eradicate classical swine fever from the infected

area;



b) monitors the pig holdings in the infected area and order

in particular, this protective and control measures:



1. an inventory of all categories of pigs on all holdings, which must be

continuously updated and available on request must be presented to the authorities of the

the executing state veterinary supervision for review and clearance. When it comes to

about the economy with an open-air pig holdings, the first census of may be

made on the basis of the estimate,



2. the possession of all the pigs in the holding in their housing areas,

or in other places to which they can be permanently separated from the

wild pigs. Wild pigs must not have access to any material

which may subsequently come in contact with the pigs on the holding,



3. the ban on the movement of pigs. No pigs may enter into

economy or leave, without having to put the regional veterinary

manage in accordance with § 3 and § 49 paragraph 1. 1 (b). (d) the consent) of the Act after

assessment of the epidemiological situation,



4. the use of appropriate means of disinfection at the entrances and exits to the

buildings and buildings that have housed pigs, as well as at the entrances and

on short trips to or from the holding,



5. compliance with the hygiene measures necessary to reduce the risk of spread

classical swine fever virus, all persons who have been in contact with the

pigs wild, or even a temporary ban on the entry of such people into the

a pig holding,



6. examination of all the pigs in the holding, which have died or fallen ill

for classical swine fever symptoms on a pass that disease,



7. the prohibition on the movement of any part of any wild pig, whether

already caught or found dead, as well as any equipment or

the material, which could be contaminated with classical swine fever virus,

into a pig holding,



8. the prohibition of transport of pigs, their semen, embryos or egg cells from the

the infected area for the purpose of trafficking.



(3) the regional veterinary services in accordance with section 15 and section 49 paragraph 2. 1 (b). (d))

the law shall ensure that



and all the pigs) wild, which was caught or found dead in

the defined infected area are inspected by an and examined in accordance with the

the diagnostic manual for classical swine fever; the carcases of pigs which

have been investigated with a positive result, it must be disposed of under the

the supervision of the official veterinarian. The body and the flesh of swine, which was

examination, with negative result, not be subject to trading.

The parts that are not intended for human consumption, shall be processed under

the supervision of the official veterinarian;



b) classical swine fever virus isolate was examined in the laboratory

accordance with the diagnostic manual to identify the genetic type

This virus.



(4) If an occurrence of classical swine fever in the area, which is

in the vicinity of the territory of a neighbouring Member State cooperating regional

animal health management with the competent authorities of that State in the introduction of

protective and control measures to control the disease.



§ 50



Plan for the eradication of classical swine fever in the feral pig population



(1) the State Veterinary Administration shall provide in accordance with § 48 para. 1 (b).

about point 2 of the Act), the Commission for approval, within 90 days from the confirmation of the primary

the case of classical swine fever in feral pigs, plan for the eradication of this

of the disease in the infected area, which contains protective and control measures



and to this) the disease in the area, which was defined as the

contaminated,



b) applied in holdings in those areas.



(2) the plan referred to in paragraph 1 shall be amended and complemented with a view to the development of

the disease situation. If the amendments to the plan, the defined infected

the area, inform the State Veterinary Administration shall immediately in accordance

with § 48 para. 1 (b). of paragraph 2 of the Law Commission) and the other Member States.

They relate to other conservation and control measures contained in the

the plan, the State Veterinary Administration shall submit in accordance with § 48 para. 1

(a). about point 2 of the Act) plan with the amendments and supplements to the next procedure

To the Commission.



(3) protective and control measures to be applied under the plan referred to in

paragraph 1 replaces the protective and control measures taken pursuant to section 49, and

as from the date laid down for the approval of the plan.



§ 51



(1) the eradication plan includes:



and the results of the epidemiological inquiry) and controls carried out in accordance with the

§ 49 and the geographical distribution of the disease;



(b)) the definition of the infected area. In its formulation, taking into account

the results of the epidemiological investigations and the geographical spread of the disease, the

a population of feral pigs in the area and the natural or artificial obstacles,

restricting the movements of feral pigs;



(c) the organisation of cooperation between institutions) exercising State Veterinary

surveillance, the biologists, the user class ^ 6) and the protectors of the wild game meat;



(d))-contents information campaigns intended for hunters and acting on

them in that direction, to adopt their own measures in line with the plan

eradication programme;



e) the method of determining the number and location of meta-populations of feral pigs

inside the infected area and in its surroundings;



f) the approximate number of meta-populations of feral pigs and their size in the

the infected area and in its surroundings;



g) procedures to determine the spread of the disease in the population of wild pigs, including

examination of the pigs caught by hunters or found carcasses of pigs

the dead, a laboratory examination and epidemiological investigations in accordance with

ages of wild pigs;



h) safeguard and control measures adopted to reduce spread of disease

as a result of the movement of pigs wild or contact between meta-populations of pigs

wild. These measures may include the prohibition of hunting;



I) protective and control measures adopted to reduce the susceptible population

feral pigs, in particular young piglets;



j) requirements that must be complied with by hunters in order to avoid

the spread of the disease;



k) ways of disposing of carcasses caught and dead

feral pigs, which must ensure that these carcases, or

their parts were disposed of under the supervision of the official veterinarian.

doctor to have been inspected and examined in the laboratory

accordance with the diagnostic manual. Even in the case of a negative result

test for classical swine fever of feral pigs must be, where appropriate,

their part excluded from circulation, and the parts that are not intended for human

consumption, disposed of under the supervision of the official veterinarian.

doctor;



l) an epidemiological inquiry is carried out on each caught or dead

boar. As part of this investigation is always complete a questionnaire,

containing information about the area (including the land registry number and title

the territory), in which the pig was caught or found dead, on the date of its

catching or finding, about the person that is caught or found, the age

and sex of the pig, in the case of pig caught also about symptoms

discovered before hunting, in the case of dead pig, also about the status of

of the carcase, and the results of laboratory tests;



m) monitoring the holding in the defined infected area, in accordance with

necessary, in its surroundings, and the preventive measures applied in these

holdings, including restrictions on the movement and transport of animals in the infected

the area of this region, and from this area. Such measures must include

at the very least a ban on the movement and transport of pigs, their semen, egg

cells and embryos from the infected area for the purpose of trafficking;



n) criteria for their safeguard and control measures

applied in the defined infected area and farms in this

area;



the authority responsible for coordinating the implementation of) the tasks arising from the plan

eradication, and the supervision of their fulfilment;



p) to create a system that will allow a group of experts, referred to in section 49

paragraph. 2 (a). and assess results on a regular basis), the implementation of the eradication plan;



q) the disease monitoring measures, applied in the defined infected

the area after the expiration of at least 12 months since the last confirmed case

classical swine fever in feral pigs. These measures must be in

force for a period of at least 12 months and must include the measures already

adopted in accordance with the letters g), k) and (l)).



(2) the State Veterinary Administration shall be presented in accordance with § 48 para. 1 (b).


of paragraph 2 of the law) the Commission and the Member States through the Standing

the Committee every six months a report on the epidemiological situation in the defined infected

the performance area and the results of the eradication plan.



§ 52



Diagnostic procedures and bio-safety requirements



(1) diagnostic procedures, sampling and laboratory investigations to

detecting the presence of the originator of the classical swine fever and the identification of the

the genetic type of virus isolates are governed by the diagnostic manual. Removed

the samples are examined in the national reference laboratory for classical swine

pigs, where appropriate, in the relevant reference laboratories and other

laboratories listed in § 52 para. 3 of the Act.



(2) any manipulation with classical swine fever virus, its genome and

antigens for research and diagnostic purposes, as well as with vaccines

agents against him can only take place in laboratories and other

establishments approved for that purpose by the State Veterinary Administration.

The State Veterinary Administration of the leads and keep up to date a list of those

laboratories and other facilities.



Vaccination against classical swine fever



§ 53



(1) unless otherwise stipulated, is vaccination against classical swine

swine prohibited.



(2) the manufacture, storage, supply, distribution and sale of vaccines

substances against classical swine fever can take place only under State

veterinary supervision.



(3) for emergency vaccination (section 12) may be made after taking into consideration the criteria and

risk factors, referred to in annex 10 to this Decree, in the

holdings with breeding pigs in which classical was confirmed

swine fever, if the available data on the health situation indicates

the danger of its spread.



§ 54



(1) prior to the introduction of emergency vaccination pursuant to § 53 para. 3 shall submit to the

The State Veterinary Administration in accordance with § 48 para. 1 (b). about point 2)

the Law Commission for approval its plan that contains data about the



and the health situation) is sufficient grounds for the imposition of the emergency

vaccination,



(b)) the area in which emergency vaccination is to be carried out, and the number of

the pig holdings in this area,



c) categories and approximate number of pigs to be vaccinated,



(d)) the vaccine to be used,



(e)) the duration of the vaccination,



f) labelling and registration of the vaccinated pigs,



g) measures relating to the movement of pigs and their products,



h) criteria which are important for deciding whether vaccination or

protective and control measures referred to in § 41 para. 1 and 2 should be

applied in contact holdings



I) other important facts, including clinical and laboratory

examination, which shall be carried out on samples taken in the holdings

which have been vaccinated, as well as in the other holdings in the area

vaccination, especially if it is to be used if a marker vaccine.



(2) without prejudice to sections 44 and 45 shall be, during the period of vaccination

applied this protective and control measures:



and not leave the vaccination area) no live pigs except

transport to a slaughterhouse designated the regional health administration in accordance with § 15

and § 49 paragraph 1. 1 (b). (d)) of the Act, located in the vaccination area or

in its vicinity, for immediate slaughter or to a rendering company

or other suitable place for the setting the culling and destruction

the removal of their carcasses under the supervision of an official veterinarian;



b) all fresh pig meat produced from pigs vaccinated during the emergency

vaccination is either processed or marked and disposed of him in a way

referred to in section 44 para. 3 (b). (e)), paragraph 4;



c) semen, ova and embryos collected from the pigs to be vaccinated,

during the 30 days prior to vaccination are traced and destroyed, destroyed under the supervision of

the official veterinarian.



(3) protective and control measures referred to in paragraph 2 shall be

maintained for at least 6 months after the end of the vaccination in the area.



(4) before the end of the period referred to in paragraph 3, in accordance with decision

The Commission and in accordance with section 10, paragraph 1. 2 and § 48 para. 1 (b). about point 2)

the law establishes the protection and control measures prohibiting the



and serologically positive) transport of pigs from a holding in which they are

are kept, except for immediate slaughter;



(b)) the collection of semen, ova and embryos from serologically positive pigs;



(c) the transport of piglets serologically positive) sows from leaving their holding

of origin, with the exception of



1. to a slaughterhouse for immediate slaughter,



2. into a holding designated regional veterinary administrations in accordance with §

15 and § 49 paragraph 1. 1 (b). (d)) of the Act, from which they are to be sent directly to

the slaughterhouse,



3. to another holding after obtaining a negative result

the serological test for antibodies against the classical swine fever virus

pigs.



(5) by way of derogation from paragraph 1, emergency vaccination may be introduced for

provided that the Union's interests are not jeopardised and that the

the following terms and conditions:



and) State Veterinary Administration to develop a plan for the emergency vaccination in the

accordance with § 55 prior to the commencement of the vaccination and submit it to the

accordance with § 48 para. 1 (b). of paragraph 2 of the law) the Commission for approval;



(b)) this plan shall contain the information referred to in paragraph 1 and provide that

all the pigs in the holdings where vaccination is carried out,

will be in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 2 (a). and) have been slaughtered or

killed as soon as possible after completion of the vaccination and that the fresh meat obtained from

These pigs will be processed or marked with and subsequently treated in

accordance with § 44 para. 3 (b). e) point 4.



(6) Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraphs 3 and 4 may be protective and

control measures referred to in paragraph 2 shall terminate if



and) all the pigs in the holdings where vaccination has been carried out,

have been slaughtered or killed in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 2 (a). and)

the fresh meat was processed or marked with and subsequently treated in

accordance with § 44 para. 3 (b). item 4 (e)),



(b)) all the holdings where vaccinated pigs had held, was

cleaned and disinfected in accordance with section 46.



(7) in the places where it was protective and control measures referred to in

paragraph 2 is terminated,



and) can be carried out on the holding on restocking after all

the pigs in the holdings where vaccine has been applied have been slaughtered

or killed, and soon after 10 days from the end of the cleaning and

disinfection,



b) must pass all the newly housed pigs on all holdings

clinical and laboratory examination in accordance with the diagnostic manual

in order to detect the possible presence of classical swine fever virus. In

the case of new housing pigs in farms, in which it has been carried out

vaccination, this should be examinations after 40 days

from the new housing pigs and during this time, must not be allowed to

the movement of pigs from the holding.



(8) If an emergency vaccination marker vaccine, used may

The State Veterinary Administration in accordance with § 3 and § 48 para. 1 (b). (c))

law, and the positive expression of the Commission allow taking into account the level of risk

the spread of classical swine fever virus during the movement of the vaccinated pigs,

their offspring or their products and trading them how different

from the provisions of paragraphs 2, 3 and 4, particularly in connection with labelling

the meat of the vaccinated pigs and its subsequent use, and the destination

the treated products. However, this is only possible provided that



and) before launching emergency vaccination has been approved his plan

corresponding to the provisions of paragraph 1,



(b)) the State Veterinary Administration has submitted in accordance with § 48 para. 1 (b).

of paragraph 2 of the Law Commission) a specific request, accompanied by a comprehensive report on the

during the vaccination, its results and the overall epidemiological situation,



(c)) was made on the spot check on the implementation of the vaccination, in cooperation with the

authorities, the Commission, in accordance with § 53 para. 8 of the Act, if required to ensure

uniform application of the established procedures for the emergency vaccination against

classical swine fever.



section 55



(1) the emergency vaccination of feral pigs can be accessed, if there are

confirmation of classical swine fever in feral pigs and where revision

the available epidemiological data the risk of its spreading.



(2) before the commencement of the emergency vaccination in accordance with paragraph 1 shall submit to the State

animal health management in accordance with § 48 para. 1 (b). of paragraph 2 of the law)

The Commission's approval of its plan, which contains data about the



and the health situation) is sufficient grounds for the imposition of the emergency

vaccination;



(b)) the area in which emergency vaccination is to be carried out. This area is

always part of the infected area, as defined by § 51 para. 1 (b). (b));



(c)) the vaccine to be used, and the procedure of vaccination;



(d) security) vaccinate the young;



e) expected duration of the vaccination;



(f) the approximate number of feral pigs) to be vaccinated;



g) conservation and disease control measures adopted to avoid significant

movement (the movement) the wild pig population;



h) conservation and disease control measures taken to prevent the spread of

vaccine virus to pigs kept in holdings, if in a given

If necessary;




I) expected results of the vaccination and the criteria that will be

considered when validating the effectiveness of vaccination;



j) the authority charged with coordinating the implementation of the tasks arising from the plan, and

supervision of their fulfilment;



to) creating a system that allows a group of experts, referred to in section 49

paragraph. 2 (a). and assess results on a regular basis), implementation of the plan;



l) other matters relating to the emergency.



(3) where the emergency vaccination area in the vicinity of the territory of the

of the neighbouring Member State, which are also applied in the protection and

control measures to combat classical swine fever in feral pigs,

must ensure consistency between the vaccination plan and the conservation and

zdolávacími measures which are being taken in the neighbouring Member

State.



(4) the State Veterinary Administration shall submit to the Commission and the other Member

States every 6 months a report on the results of vaccination, along with a message

specified in § 51 para. 2.



§ 56



A contingency plan in case of the occurrence of classical swine fever



(1) the State Veterinary Administration, in accordance with section 10, paragraph 1. 1 and § 48 para. 1

(a). (c)) of the Act shall prepare and at least once every 5 years updates

the contingency plan in the event of the occurrence of classical swine fever. This plan

must allow access to facilities, equipment, and materials necessary to

fast and efficient disposal of the outbreak, it must also contain an accurate

determine the



and the vaccine), which is considered to be necessary for the

in case of emergency vaccination,



(b)) of the regions, in which there are areas with a high density of

pigs, in order to ensure a higher level of monitoring and

readiness due to the possibility of infection.



(2) the criteria and requirements, all of which are in the development

the contingency plan provided for in paragraph 1 are listed in annex 11 to the

This Decree.



(3) the State Veterinary Administration will perform the update every 5 years

the contingency plan referred to in paragraph 1 and shall submit it to the Commission for

approval.



§ 57



Disease control centres and expert group



(1) in the event of outbreaks of classical swine fever shall be immediately

establish a national crisis center and regional emergency control centre

the disease, as well as a group of experts in order to maintain the level of professional

knowledge and support to the competent authorities for the control and

control of the disease. Disease control centre shall be adequately

staffed and materially equipped, including necessary communication

systems, and must have a clear and effective management structure in order to ensure

rapid implementation of measures to control the disease; details provided by

the contingency plan.



(2) the national crisis center of disease control corresponds to in particular



and defining the necessary) disease control measures,



(b) coordination of regional crisis) center of disease control,

ensuring the prompt and efficient implementation of the abovementioned measures, the

centres and deployment of people and material resources to regional center

of disease control,



(c)) the provision of information to the competent authorities and persons,



d) organisation of emergency vaccination and defining vaccination zones, where it is

should be,



e) liasing with diagnostic laboratories, the police authorities

The United States and the mass media.



(3) certain tasks of the national crisis centre of disease control can

be delegated to the regional disease control centres, unless this would

the objectives of the national disease control center crisis.



(4) the task of the expert group is to provide technical assistance to the competent

authorities, in particular when



and epidemiological investigation)



(b)), the sampling laboratory examination and interpretation of its

the results,



(c)) the introduction of measures to control the disease.



§ 58



The use of catering waste



(1) waste shall not be used for animal feed.



(2) catering waste from means of transport from the international transport

be collected and disposed of harmlessly under official supervision.



(3) the State Veterinary Administration informs in accordance with § 48 para. 1 (b).

of paragraph 2 of the Law Commission) annually as from 2004 on compliance with

the provisions of paragraphs 1 and 2, and no later than 31 December 2006. October

of the relevant year.



TITLE IV



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§ 59



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section 60



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§ 61



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§ 62



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§ 63



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§ 64



cancelled



§ 65



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§ 66



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§ 67



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TITLE V OF THE



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§ 69



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section 70



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§ 71



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§ 72



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section 73



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§ 74



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TITLE VI OF THE



NEWCASTLE DISEASE



(PSEUDOMOR)



§ 79



(1) for the purposes of this title, means by the term



and the infected poultry)-all poultry, which has undergone the examination in

an approved laboratory confirmed Newcastle disease, or if it is

on the second or subsequent outbreaks were detected in clinical

symptoms or post-mortem lesions, indicative of Newcastle disease,



(b) poultry suspected of being infected)-any poultry showing clinical signs

or post-mortem lesions giving rise to suspicion of Newcastle

disease,



c) poultry suspected of being infected-all poultry, which could be in the

direct or indirect contact with infected with Newcastle disease,



d) pigeon-each pigeon that is moved or intended to

the transfer from the device in which it is held or kept (hereinafter referred to as

"the Dovecote") to deletion in such a way so that he could freely use the flight

return to its pigeon House or to any other destination.



(2) the provisions of this title shall apply only to the eradication and control of

Newcastle disease in poultry in the farms of postal

pigeons and other birds kept in captivity; do not apply in the case of

the occurrence of Newcastle disease in wild birds.



§ 80



(1) If on the farm poultry suspected of being infected or from infected

Newcastle disease, the regional veterinary services in accordance with section 13 and section

paragraph 49. 1 (b). (d)) of the Act



and) shall immediately start tracking this holding and investigation in order to

confirm or exclude the presence of the disease, including sampling to

laboratory examination;



(b)) in particular, it shall order the keeper



1. made of all categories of poultry on the holding showing

each category the number of dead poultry, poultry with clinical signs

disease and poultry without these symptoms. Data must be updated to

was taken into account poultry poultry or dying during the period of suspicion, and

on request must be presented to the authorities of the executing State

animal health surveillance to check and verify



2. all poultry on the holding held in places where it is being kept,

or another place that allows her the quarantine,



3. ensure that no poultry will not be moved from the holding or

to the holding



4. comply with the ban on sending eggs from the holding with the exception of their

send directly to an approved Enterprise for the manufacture or treatment of

egg products if they are transported with the consent of the County

Veterinary Administration and under the conditions set out in annex 12 to this

the Decree,



5. placed in entrances and exits to buildings and the buildings in which it is

keeping poultry, as well as at the entrances and exits of the holding,

appropriate means of disinfection of the holding;



(c) carry out an epizootiological investigation).



(2) any movement of persons, animals of other species and means of transport of

holding or holdings, as well as any transport

(movement of) meat of animal by-products, tools, feed,

litter, manure and other items or materials which may be carried

Newcastle disease, from a farm or to the holding shall be subject to

the consent of the regional Veterinary Administration in accordance with § 13 and § 49 paragraph 1. 1

(a). (d)) of the Act.



(3) the regional Veterinary Administration may do so, and in accordance with section 13 and section 49

paragraph. 1 (b). (d)) of the Act require the measures referred to in paragraphs 1 and 2 and the

in relation to other holdings in the event that their building, location

or contacts with the holding referred to in paragraph 1 is justified by the

suspected to be infected.



§ 81



Protective and control measures referred to in paragraph 80, as well as the protection and

the control measures taken, as appropriate, in relation to another holding

they last until they are terminated due to the exclusion of the suspected occurrence

Newcastle disease.



§ 82



(1) If on the holding confirmed Newcastle disease,

the regional Veterinary Administration for more protection and control measures, namely:



and, where appropriate, promptly killing) the slaughter of all poultry in

economy and the destruction of dead poultry and all spent and

eggs in such a way to reduce the risk of spread of the disease to the smallest

possible level;



(b)) or the corresponding preventative treatment of all materials,

substance or waste, such as animal feed, litter and manure, which can be

contaminated, follow the instructions of the official veterinarian. This


treatment will ensure the destruction of the Newcastle disease virus;



(c)) to trace all possible means and destruction of poultry

meat comes from poultry from the holding and which have been

obtained its slaughter during the estimated incubation period;



(d)) to trace all possible means and destruction of hatching

eggs which have been taken down over the estimated incubation period

that left the holding, with the fact that poultry already poultry from these

eggs must be monitored, as well as searching by all possible means and

destruction of eggs for consumption, which was taken down in the expected

the incubation time and left the economy with the exception of those which were

before properly disinfected;



e) after meeting with the conservation and control measures referred to in points

a) and b) cleaning and disinfection of buildings, in which keeping poultry, and their

the surrounding area, as well as means of transport and all equipment and materials,

that could be contaminated, in the manner and under the conditions referred to in

§ 88.



(2) the regional Veterinary Administration carry out an epizootiological investigation.



(3) the Restocking in the economy can be carried out at least 21 days after the

completion of the cleaning and disinfection referred to in paragraph 1 (b). (e)).



section 83



(1) If a strain of Newcastle disease virus with index intracelebrální

pathogenicity index (ICPI) of more than 0.7 and lower than 1.2 is isolated in a flock,

poultry, which do not show any clinical signs of Newcastle

disease, and if it was proven the Union reference laboratory, that

that virus isolate is from the live attenuated vaccine against

Newcastle disease, the regional Veterinary Administration ordering

other protective and control measures may derogate from the requirements provided for in §

paragraph 82. 1 (b). a) to (e)) and paragraph 2. 3, provided that the



and the economy), will be monitored for 30 days,



(b)) be applied protective and control measures referred to in § 80 para. 1

(a). (b)), points 1, 2, 4 and 5 and paragraph 1. 2,



(c) no poultry leaves the economy) with the exception of poultry,

transported directly to a slaughterhouse designated by the regional veterinary services in

accordance with section 15 and section 49 paragraph 2. 1 (b). (d)) of the Act; of the intention to send this

the poultry to the slaughterhouse for slaughter must be disclosed to the authority responsible for the

the slaughterhouse of the State veterinary supervision. After arriving at the slaughterhouse must be

the poultry are kept and slaughtered separately from other poultry.



(2) fresh poultrymeat originating from poultry referred to in paragraph 1,

must bear the health mark provided for in rule

the rules relating to animal health and public health requirements for animal

^ 7) products.



§ 84



(1) the regional veterinary services in accordance with section 15 and section 49 paragraph 2. 1 (b). (d))

the law can in the infected holding which are kept for 2 or more

separate flocks, to proceed in relation to healthy flocks of this

the economy differently from § 82 para. 1 provided that they are in

economy applied such procedures has been achieved total

Department of flocks in terms of housing, care and feeding, and that in such a

to the extent that the Newcastle disease virus cannot spread from one flock to

the second.



(2) If a regional Veterinary Administration has reason to suspect that poultry in

any holding may be infected as a result of the movement of persons,

animals, vehicles or in any other way, monitors

This holding, in particular, in order to control the movement of poultry in

economy and the possible regulation of the measures referred to in paragraph 3.



(3) if the economy followed up pursuant to paragraph 2, the following shall apply in it

prohibition on the movement of poultry from the holding other than for its direct

transport to a slaughterhouse for immediate slaughter. However, the regional Veterinary Administration

allow such shipments until after the clinical examination of all poultry

an official veterinarian that will allow to exclude occurrence of Newcastle

disease on the holding. Referred to a movement prohibition is introduced as a rule

for a period of 21 days beginning on the last day of the presumed infection

poultry; must be applied for at least 7 days.



(4) if the regional health administration of the concluded that conditions

permit, the protective and control measures referred to in paragraphs 2 and 3

limit on the part of the holding and to the poultry, which is, however,

only if the poultry is located, kept and fed in

conditions that enable its complete separation, and if carers

of another person.



(5) If a regional Veterinary Administration has reason to suspect that the mail

pigeons, or the entire place were contaminated by virus Newcastle

the disease shall take all the appropriate safeguard and control measures, including

the prohibition of movement of racing pigeons outside the pigeon House for 21 days.



§ 85



(1) if the presence of Newcastle disease has been confirmed, the regional veterinary

manage in accordance with § 3 and § 49 paragraph 1. 1 (b). (d)) of the Act shall establish around the

the infected holding a protection zone with a radius of at least 3 km.

The protection zone is included in a surveillance zone of a radius of at least 10 km.



(2) in the definition of the protection zone and the surveillance zone shall take into account

in particular, the epidemiological, geographical, administrative and environmental

factors related with Newcastle disease, and

Organization of its control and the authorities that make decisions about the conservation and

the disease control measures, and shall keep on meeting them.



§ 86



(1) the regional veterinary services in accordance with section 15 and section 49 paragraph 2. 1 (b). (d))

the law shall ensure that these are applied in the protection zone protection and

control measures:



and) identification of (inventory) of all poultry within the zone;



(b) regular veterinary checks of the holding) in poultry and its

the clinical examination, including, if necessary, sampling and

their laboratory tests. On inspections, examinations and their

the results of the records are kept;



(c) all poultry on the holding) areas, on which it is being kept, or

another site that enables its isolation;



(d)) the use of appropriate means of disinfection at the entrances and entrances

to the holding and exits and exits of the holding;



(e)) the prohibition of transport of poultry except for its transport to the main

traffic moves ^ 8) and a prohibition on the movement of poultry and hatching eggs from

the holding, except where the regional veterinary services enabled

relocation



1. poultry for immediate slaughter to a slaughterhouse, that are in the infected

the area, and if this is not possible, to a slaughterhouse designated regional animal health other

Administration. The meat of poultry must be equipped with a special designation

the health certificate provided for in the legislation governing veterinary

and hygiene requirements for animal products, ^ 7)



2. day-old chicks or ready-to-lay pullets to a holding

in the surveillance zone in which there is no other poultry. This holding

must be monitored in accordance with article 84 paragraph. 2. If you cannot move

day-old chicks or ready-to-lay pullets to a holding ready in

the surveillance zone, it is possible to move is with the consent of the county health

Administration and in accordance with the decision of the Commission to the request in accordance with section 48

paragraph. 1 (b). about point 2 of the Act) of the economy, which is located outside the

the surveillance zone and is monitored in accordance with article 84 paragraph. 2,



3. hatching eggs to a hatchery designated departmental veterinary services,

that the eggs and their packing must be disinfected before dispatch;



(f) the control of movements of people) handling poultry, poultry carcases with

and with eggs, as well as control of means of transport, in which the

carrying poultry, carcases and eggs within the zone;



g) prohibition on the movement of used litter or manure littering and

poultry without the consent of the regional veterinary service;



h) ban the holding of markets, exhibitions and other leads in poultry and other birds.



(2) the movement referred to in paragraph 1 (b). e) points 1 to 3 can be

carried out after the veterinary control of the economy and must be carried out

directly what the shortest route, and under the supervision of an official veterinarian;

means of transport must be cleaned and disinfected before use, as well as

after use.



(3) protective and control measures applied in the protection zone may

be terminated at the earliest 21 days after the carrying out of preliminary cleaning and

disinfection on the infected holding in accordance with § 88; the protection zone shall then

becomes part of the surveillance zone.



(4) if the epidemiological inquiry confirms that the outbreak is due to the

an infection that does not spread, it may be with the consent of the Commission, the scope of

the protection reduced and its duration.



§ 87



(1) the regional veterinary services in accordance with section 15 and section 49 paragraph 2. 1 (b). (d))

the law shall ensure that these are applied in the surveillance zone protection and

control measures:



and) identification of (inventory) of all poultry within the zone;



(b)) the control of poultry and hatching eggs in the zone;



(c) the prohibition on the movement of poultry out of) the zone during the first 15 days with

other than its direct transport to a slaughterhouse outside the surveillance zone, the designated

the regional Veterinary Administration. The meat of poultry must be accompanied


the special health mark in accordance with the law

relating to the animal and public health requirements for animal

^ 7) products;



(d)) the prohibition of movement of hatching eggs outside the surveillance zone, except

their movement into an incubator for designated regional Veterinary Administration with

the eggs and their packing must be before sending

disinfected;



e) prohibition on the movement of used litter or poultry manure out of band;



(f) a ban on the holding of markets), exhibitions or other lure of poultry and other birds;



g) without prejudice to the safeguard and control measures referred to in points

and a) and b) a ban on transport of poultry except for its transport to the main

traffic moves. ^ 8)



(2) protective and control measures applied in the surveillance zone can be

terminated at the earliest 30 days after the carrying out of preliminary cleaning and

disinfection on the infected holding in accordance with § 88.



(3) for the possible reduction of the extent and duration of the surveillance zone

shall apply mutatis mutandis to § 86 para. 4.



§ 87a



Regional animal health management in accordance with § 49 paragraph 1. 1 (b). (c)), and (d))

law



and the emergency) lays down the veterinary rules

to monitor the movement of eggs, poultry and birds kept in captivity,



(b))



1. poultry breeders, racing pigeons and other birds kept in the

captivity, to provide the authorities of the executing state veterinary supervision

at their request, with information concerning poultry and eggs

pigeons of their economies or to their economies, as well as

information about the exhibitions or competitions in which took part in the postal

pigeons,



2. the persons involved in the transport of poultry, eggs, racing pigeons

and other birds kept in captivity and to trade with them, to

provide the authorities of the executing state veterinary supervision for all

information about the movements of poultry, eggs, racing pigeons and other birds

kept in captivity, on which carriage is involved, or with which the

trade and to submit the appropriate documents.



§ 88



For cleaning and disinfecting section 21 applies, by analogy with the fact that those acts must

be carried out in accordance with the procedures described in annex 13 to this

the Decree.



§ 89



Sampling and laboratory testing to detect the

the presence of Newcastle disease virus shall be carried out in accordance with

The European Union on the measures for the control of Newcastle disease ^ 9).



§ 90



(1) the vaccination of poultry against Newcastle disease may be carried out in the framework of the

preventive measures or as part of the mandated by the trade and

the disease control measures in the event of the occurrence of the disease, and that by using the

authorised vaccines and under the conditions specified in § 10.



(2) if the vaccination is carried out in the framework of preventive measures, shall inform the

the State Veterinary Administration in accordance with § 48 para. 1 (b). about point 2)

the Law Commission and the other Member States. Information must include details of the

the characteristics and composition of each vaccine used, ways of controlling

its distribution, storage and use, species and categories of poultry,

which may or shall be subject to vaccination, the areas in which it can

or vaccination shall be carried out, and the reasons for which vaccination

carried out.



(3) Exceptionally can be accessed under the supervision of the official veterinarian

to geographically and temporally defined by emergency vaccination of poultry against

Newcastle disease, and under the conditions referred to in section 12, and after the information

The Commission and the other Member States in accordance with § 48 para. 1 (b). about)

point 2 of the Act by the Standing Committee on the health situation,

concerning Newcastle disease, and on emergency vaccination programme. In

relation to emergency vaccination must not be vaccinated or re-vaccinated

the poultry at the farm, which is subject to restrictive trade and zdolávacím

measures under section 80 and 82.



(4) if the carrier pigeons have been vaccinated, they must be informed about it in the

accordance with § 48 para. 1 (b). of paragraph 2 of the Law Commission) and the authorities of

the veterinary service must ensure that the organizers of the competitions and exhibitions

racing pigeons have adopted the guidelines, according to which will be added to the lists for these

competition and exhibitions have been entered, only racing pigeons vaccinated

against Newcastle disease.



§ 91



(1) if there is a vaccination according to § 90 para. 3, must be



and) vaccinated all poultry species intended for vaccinations in the shortest

time,



(b)) have been vaccinated under the vaccination of all poultry or previously

the specified kind, hatched, or incorporated into a farm in the area

vaccination,



(c) in the course of vaccinations prohibited) the movement of poultry, which belongs to the

species identified for vaccination and which is kept in the farms in the area

vaccinations, with the exception of



1. day-old chicks to be moved to a farm in the area

vaccination, in which they have been vaccinated,



2. poultry transported directly to a slaughterhouse in the vaccination area for immediate

the defeat. If a slaughterhouse outside the vaccination cannot be transported

poultry before the regional Veterinary Administration will check

economy.



(2) as soon as vaccination is completed may be allowed to transfer out of

the vaccination area



and) day-old chicks intended for meat production, which are

moved to a holding in which they are vaccinated. This holding

must be monitored until the time when the chickens are slaughtered,



(b)) after the expiration of 21 days for the vaccinated poultry, which is intended to

immediate slaughter,



(c)) for hatching eggs originating from poultry intended for reproduction and

vaccinated at least 3 weeks ago if the eggs and their packaging were

disinfected in advance.



(3) protective and control measures referred to in paragraph 1 (b). (b)) and in the

paragraph 2 shall apply for a period of 3 months from the end of the vaccination; can

be renewed for one or several other three-month period.



(4) since the vaccination of certain poultry flocks, which have extraordinary value from the

scientific point of view referred to in paragraph 1 (b). a) and b), can be dispensed with, and under the

conditions that will ensure the protection of the health of the flocks, and that this flock

will be subject to periodically make a serological monitoring.



§ 92



(1) where carrier pigeons or other birds kept in captivity the suspects from the

the outbreak of Newcastle disease, the regional veterinary services in accordance with section

13 and § 49 paragraph 1. 1 (b). (d)) of the Act



and shall immediately start tracking) pigeon House or holding and investigation

to confirm or exclude the presence of the disease, including collection

samples for laboratory examination,



(b)), in particular, shall order the keeper that no pigeon or bird kept in

captivity, or anything else that could bring Newcastle disease,

they could not leave the pigeon House or holding.



(2) protective and control measures referred to in paragraph 1 persists, until

are unsuccessful due to the exclusion of the suspected occurrence of Newcastle

the disease.



(3) if the presence of Newcastle disease has been confirmed, the regional

animal health management for homing pigeons or other birds kept in captivity

and for the holubníky or the economy



and for more protection and control) measures referred to in section 82 para. 1 (b).

a), b), (e)) and paragraph 2. 3, or at least



(b) the prohibition of movement) of racing pigeons or other birds kept in captivity

out of place the holding or for at least 60 days after the last

the clinical signs of Newcastle disease and destruction

or the appropriate treatment of all objects and materials that can be

contaminated. This treatment must be ensured the destruction of the virus

Newcastle disease and disposal of all waste accumulated during

that period of 60 days.



(4) the regional Veterinary Administration carry out an epizootiological investigation.



(5) the State Veterinary Administration in accordance with § 48 para. 1 (b). about point 2)

shall inform the Commission of the Act by the Standing Committee on the disease

situation and protective and control measures referred to in paragraphs

1 and 3, in accordance with the model laid down by the Commission.



§ 93



(1) catering waste from international means of transport must not be

used for poultry feed. Such waste must be collected and

dispose of disposed of under official supervision.



(2) the use of other kitchen or poultry waste for poultry feed

can only be enabled when subjected to heat treatment in appropriate

devices which will ensure the destruction of the Newcastle disease virus.



TITLE VII



AFRICAN HORSE SICKNESS



§ 94



For the purposes of this title, means the term vector-insect species

Culicoides imicola or any other insect Culicoides which can

to transmit African horse sickness.



§ 95



(1) if in the economy of one or more equidae suspected of

African horse sickness, disease regional animal health management in accordance with § 13 and 49

paragraph. 1 (b). (d)) of the Act



and) shall immediately start tracking this holding and investigation in order to

confirm or exclude the presence of the disease, including sampling to

laboratory tests, clinically examine each equid, where appropriate,

even dissecting a suspect and dead animals;



(b)) shall ensure that the inventory of places that might be able to

the survival of the vector or to accommodate it, and to use the appropriate

resources for the disinfection of these places;




(c)) shall order the keeper, in particular, to



1. an inventory of all equine species, indicating for each species the number of

animals already dead, infected and suspicious. Inventory data must be

updated to take into account animals born or dying

during the period of suspicion, and must be presented on request to the authorities

the executing state veterinary supervision to check and verify



2. kept all the equidae to their living quarters, or on other

places protected against vektorovi,



3. comply with the ban on the movement of equidae from holdings or to

economy,



4. appropriate means of disinfection used in buildings in which they are

equidae stabled, and in their surroundings,



5. ensure the disposal of carcases of equidae in accordance with the directly

applicable EU regulation laying down health rules

animal by-products. ^ 2)



(2) the regional Veterinary Administration carry out an epizootiological investigation.



§ 96



Protective and control measures referred to in section 95, as well as the protection and

control measures to be applied, as appropriate, in relation to other

the economy may be terminated only if the exclusion of a suspected

the occurrence of African horse sickness.



§ 97



(1) If on the holding confirmed the occurrence of African horse sickness,



and regional Veterinary Administration will order)



1. the killing of any equidae on the infected holding which are

infected with or present clinical symptoms of African horse sickness,



2. destruction of their carcases in accordance with the directly applicable

the EU regulation on health rules concerning animal

animal products, ^ 2)



3. the extension of the protective and control measures laid down in § 95 para.

1 on the holdings situated within the zone with a radius of 20 km around the infected

economy (the infected holding), included in the protective

bandwidth,



4. vaccination of all equidae in the zone referred to in point 3 approved

vaccine and mark them distinct and indelible mark

used in the following cases in the European Union. On the basis of epidemiological,

geographical, meteorological and climatic factors may, however, be

vaccination is waived. Must be notified, the State Veterinary Administration

in accordance with § 48 para. 1 (b). of paragraph 2 of the Law Commission),



(b) regional Veterinary Administration executes) the epidemiological investigation.



(2) protective and control measures referred to in paragraph 1 may be

extended beyond the zone referred to in paragraph 1 (b). and, if point 3)

due to the geographical, meteorological or climatic circumstances or to

the movement of equidae from holdings or to holdings is justified

suspecting an extension of African horse sickness. About this extension of protection and

the disease control measures must be informed in accordance with § 48 para. 1

(a). of paragraph 2 of the Law Commission).



(3) For defining the zone referred to in paragraph 1 (b). and point 3 of §)

Article 17(1). 4 apply mutatis mutandis.



§ 98



(1) the regional veterinary services in accordance with section 15 and section 49 paragraph 2. 1 (b). (d))

In addition to the Trade Act and the disease control measures referred to in § 97 para. 1

establishes a protection zone and a surveillance zone as they allow you to

epidemiological, geographical, administrative and environmental factors

related on the one hand with the African horse sickness on the one hand with the organisation of his playing and with

authorities that make decisions about the conservation and control measures and

shall keep on meeting them.



(2) a protection zone with a radius of at least 100 defines the km around

the infected holding. Follow the surveillance zone, which consists of

part of the territory over a width of at least 50 km beyond the protection zone, in which it was not in the

the last 12 months no vaccination is carried out.



§ 99



(1) the regional veterinary services in accordance with section 15 and section 49 paragraph 2. 1 (b). (d))

the law shall ensure that these are applied in the protection zone protection and

control measures:



and) identification (inventory) of all equidae within the zone;



(b)) the prohibition on farms equidae with the exception of their direct

transport under the supervision of the official veterinarian to be necessary to defeat the

a slaughterhouse within a protection zone or, if not a slaughterhouse within a protection zone on the

a slaughterhouse in the surveillance zone designated by the regional Veterinary Administration.



(2) the regional Veterinary Administration conducts regular checks on a farm

referred to in paragraph 1 (b). and a clinical examination) and in

These holdings, including, if appropriate, the collection of samples to

laboratory examination. On inspections, examinations and their results

records are kept.



(3) the State Veterinary Administration, in accordance with section 10, paragraph 1. 2 and § 48 para. 1

(a). about point 2 of the Act) may, on the basis of the positive observations of the Commission

order that was carried out in the protection zone and the vaccination of equidae

against African horse sickness and the designation of the vaccinated animals special mark

used in the following cases in the European Union.



§ 100



(1) the regional veterinary services in accordance with section 15 and section 49 paragraph 2. 1 (b). (d))

the Act will ensure that in the surveillance zone



and the application of protection and) control measures referred to in § 99 paragraph 2.

1 and 2. If they are not in the surveillance zone, the slaughterhouse, the equidae may be slaughtered in

protection zone in a slaughterhouse designated by the regional veterinary services in

accordance with section 15 and section 49 paragraph 2. 1 (b). (d)) of the Act,



(b)) was a respected the ban of any vaccination against African horse sickness.



(2) protective and control measures taken pursuant to § 97 para. 1, § 98

paragraph. 1 and 2, section 99 and pursuant to paragraph 1 shall be amended or terminated in accordance with the

the procedure laid down by the Commission. If the vaccination according to § 97 para.

1 (b). and point 4) or in accordance with § 99 paragraph 2. 3, the application is not to be

protective and control measures of less than 12 months.



§ 101



Equidae may be transported, without the provisions of § 99 paragraph 2. 1 (b).

(b)) and § 100 para. 1 (b). and),



and) from the protection zone or the surveillance zone under the conditions set out

special legislation regulating the animal health conditions governing the

governing the movement of equidae and their import from third countries into the

the quarantine station,



(b)) in the zones of the same, with the consent of the regional animal health status

management in accordance with § 3 and § 49 paragraph 1. 1 (b). (d)) of the Act, in these

terms and conditions:



1. the equidae are subjected to veterinary control of the official veterinary

doctor, are identified and registered in accordance with the breeding law ^ 3)

and are accompanied by the requisite accompanying document,



2. the equidae leave the holding on which they have been vaccinated before after

the expiry of 60 days after the vaccination,



3. State Veterinary Administration informs in accordance with § 48 para. 1 (b).

point 2 of the Act) of the Commission of the measures taken in this area.



TITLE VIII



cancelled



§ 102



cancelled



§ 103



cancelled



TITLE IX OF THE



TRANSMISSIBLE SPONGIFORM ENCEPHALOPATHY



§ 104



cancelled



§ 105



cancelled



Section 106



cancelled



§ 107



cancelled



section 108



cancelled



section 109



The State Veterinary Administration by directly applicable regulation

Union on the prevention, control and eradication of certain spongiform

encephalopathies ^ 10) is developing a contingency plan, submitted to the Commission

annual report to prepares an annual programme for the monitoring of TSEs, organizes

implementation of this programme and fulfil the information obligation.



TITLE X



cancelled



§ 110



cancelled



§ 111



cancelled



§ 112



cancelled



§ 113



cancelled



section 114



cancelled



section 115



cancelled



§ 116



cancelled



§ 117



cancelled



§ 118



cancelled



the title launched



§ 119



cancelled



§ 120



cancelled



TITLE XI



cancelled



§ 121



cancelled



§ 122



cancelled



§ 123



cancelled



§ 124



cancelled



section 125



cancelled



TITLE XII



cancelled



§ 126



cancelled



§ 127



cancelled



§ 128



cancelled



the title launched



§ 129



cancelled



§ 130



cancelled



TITLE XIII



DISEASES OF BEES



Part 1



Varroáza



§ 131



(1) For the purposes of this part, the term ' means



an outbreak of the disease)-Habitat of the hives, which has been detected

varroáza, in the award of more than 3 mite Varroa destructor (

just "mite") in diameter on one hive,



(b)) the less across the Board-infested area in which the protective zone around the

outbreaks of the disease do not exceed 50% of its surface area,



c) pooled sample-all winter should or fallout, which were removed after the

therapeutic treatment of all the hives one place beehives.



(2) the preventive measures against varroáze include:



and diagnostic and treatment) regular subsequent examinations of hives,



(b) medical treatment of hives),



(c) the implementation of appropriate measures of livestock) (removal of zavíčkovaného

trubčího the fetus, reducing plodování in autumn, absence of the foetus in

včelstvu at the time of the medical care of a bee colony, etc.),



d) spending swarms of unknown origin, and wild hives.



§ 132



(1) at the first occurrence in the territory of the municipality of varroasis regional veterinary

manage in accordance with § 3 and § 49 paragraph 1. 1 (b). (d)) of the Act



and) establishes a protection zone within a radius of 5 km around the outbreak,



b) orders for this band, protective and control measures.



(2) the regional veterinary services in accordance with section 15 and section 49 paragraph 2. 1 (b). (d))

the law shall be based on an assessment of the health situation of the treatment method

treatment for hives, including type of medicinal product, the number of


therapeutic measures and part of the calendar year in which such measures

are carried out.



(3) Spring therapeutic treatment for hives is limited only to the necessary cases.

Chemical treatment of hives outside the specified period cannot be performed until

their collection of honey with the exception of the treatment of hives with formic acid.



§ 133



(1) if they are declared the protective and control measures must be for all

hives placed at the bottom of the hives pad to 30. September of each year. After

their diagnostic sampling fallout or after treatment

treatment with these washers properly ometou, cleaned and returns back to the bottom of the hive.



(2) Regional animal health management in accordance with § 13 and § 49 paragraph 1. 1 (b). (d))

the law may require especially in areas less across the Board the infected

diagnostic treatment of hives approved medicines, out of 10. and

31 October of the year concerned. A sample of the fallout will be removed after 12 to 24 hours

treatment and examined in the laboratory of the national Veterinary Institute or in

other laboratory referred to in § 52 para. 3 of the Act.



(3) after the execution of the autumn treatment the treatment directs the regional

animal health management in accordance with § 13 and § 49 paragraph 1. 1 (b). (d)) of the Act

the examination of a collective specimen, the winter had taken to 15. February, year

following the therapeutic treatment; examination of the sample shall be carried out in

the national veterinary laboratory of the Institute or in any other laboratory indicated

in § 52 para. 3 of the Act.



§ 134



(1) the Permanent relocation of the hives may be allowed into the area with the same

or worse health situation,



and if the colony was examined) and medically treated on the basis of

ordered by the conservation and control measures and in accordance with them,



(b)) if the movement outside of the ordered examination or

therapeutic treatment of hives,



(c)) to be the bee colonies moved to the perimeter of the scope of the other regional

the veterinary service, if this move them this

the regional Veterinary Administration prior consent.



(2) the movement of beehives can be enabled in kočováním area

the same disease situations,



and if the colony was examined) and medically treated on the basis of

ordered by the conservation and control measures and in accordance with them,

While in the pooled sample winter had been found more than 3 mites

an average of one colony,



(b)) to be a bee colony follows moved to the perimeter of the scope of the other

the regional veterinary service, if this gave their relocation

This regional Veterinary Administration prior consent.



§ 135



(1) the transfer of mothers and the accompanying honey bees may be allowed after examination

and the medical treatment of hives on the basis of mandated by the trade and

the disease control measures and in accordance with them, in establishments



and with the average findings) 3 dust mites on one hive without further

measures,



(b)) with an average of more than 3, the relationship to the mites on one hive in mixed

sample winter have until the spring, after completion of treatment treatment.



(2) the movement of eggs and open matečníků is not subject to any

the restrictions.



(3) Regional animal health management for all kinds of commercial

breeding mothers health certificate is renewed every year.



§ 136



(1) following mechanical cleansing of the hives, combs without fruit, beekeeping supplies and

AIDS is carried out disinfection. Hives and eggs without the fetus are applicable

for 10 days after disinfection.



(2) in the case of death or liquidation of the hives must be rafts to the fruit

přetaveny on wax.



(3) the regional Veterinary Administration, which ordered the protection and control

measures, conclude these measures if



and on the outbreak of the disease) does not occur in 2 consecutive

studies of winter and fallout should spin, and in between these 2

examinations, or otherwise does not detect the disease infection,



(b)) was made the final focal disinfection.



§ 137



In the case of hives that have not been examined and medically treated on the

the basis of ordered the conservation and control measures and in accordance with the

them, or that has been relocated without the consent of the county health

Administration, the regional veterinary services in accordance with § 13 and § 49 paragraph 1.

1 (b). (d) special protection) Act and control measures resting in



and) sampling for examination of those hives on varroázu,



(b) implementation of the therapeutic treatment of these) hives at the expense of farmers, and

If this is not possible due to the time of year or for health reasons, or

could this be a dangerous source of infection in a bee colony culling

These hives.



Part 2



Plague and rot the bee brood



§ 138



(1) For the purposes of this part, the term means the outbreak-

the Habitat of the hives, which was confirmed by the regional veterinary services

plague or rot of the bee brood.



(2) the preventive measures against the plague and rot the bee of the fruit include:



and the discovery of the causes of winter mortality) and weakening of the hives,



b) prohibition of the use of combs, wax, honey and pollen from areas with unknown

the health situation for breeding and feeding of bees,



(c) monitoring of the commercial farms) mothers and production divisions,



d) prevent access of bees and bee hives in the spare works,



(e) maintenance of empty hives) without the bee works,



f) search and spending of swarms of unknown origin, and wild

hives,



(g) the implementation of a continuous disinfection of hives), on the stump, beekeeping supplies and

AIDS,



h) treatment of wax at 117 C for 60 minutes in all

the premises of the producing divisions,



I) regular bacteriological investigations of imported honey, as well as

honey, which is the subject of trade, on the basis of a risk analysis

based on the previous results of the examinations,



j) random investigations of domestic honey,



the bee works, nezařazování) nedezinfikovaných hives, beekeeping

needs, tools and devices to which bees are kept, in particular in the case of unknown

the disease situation in the place and time of their origin,



l) regular surface preventive examinations,



continuous reduction of the intensity of m) varroasis,



n) increased vigilance for at least 5 years after the demise of the outbreak, and

the cancellation of the protection zone,



about) the prohibition of treatment of plague and decay of the bee brood,



p) disposal of unused empty hives and breeding equipment

If they are not secured in compliance with lowercase d) and (e)),



q) regular renewal of the bee works, restoration and replacement of old and

disposal of discarded hives



r) regular investigations of mixed samples of winter had hives on the plague and

rot in risk areas of the bee brood, in commercial animal establishments

mothers and before moving the hives; a positive result in examinations

considered to be a suspicion of the disease, and



with) beekeeping with a good cleaning by instinct.



§ 139



(1) where the suspected presence of swine or rot of the bee brood,

regional animal health management in accordance with § 13 and § 49 paragraph 1. 1 (b). (c)), and

(d)) of the Act, in particular,



and clinical examination of all) will make the hives at the checkpoint with disassembly

the bee works,



(b)) take samples for laboratory examinations, particularly of amniotic eggs with

Clinical changes on the fruit, eggs with příškvary and had



(c)) shall order the keeper



1. the unit warning table



2. the prohibition on the movement of bees, including the bee hives, hives, mothers, and their

components, as well as all the beekeeping supplies and equipment that came

into contact with bees or their products from a marked unit



3. for feeding bees do not use honey, which comes from a marked

Habitat, or honey, whose part is the honey from the marked position,



(d) provide adequate guidance to the farmer) in the interest of the immediate creation of

the conditions for the successful control of the disease and prevent its spread,



(e) carry out an epizootiological investigation).



(2) the suspected presence of the disease lasts until clinical examination

hives associated with sampling, which involves, in particular, the subscription

the brood comb with clinical changes in the fetus, the comb with příškvary and

they had carried out in 6 months after the disease was suspected, not confirmed

a negative result.



(3) the occurrence of the disease is confirmed, if



and) are detected clinical signs of the disease to the fetus and laboratory

examination of samples of brood Combs proves a positive result, or



(b)) are detected with příškvary eggs and laboratory examination of samples

taken from the comb with příškvary proves a positive result.



§ 140



(1) if it is confirmed by the presence of African or decay of the fruit, bee County

animal health management in accordance with section 15 and section 49 paragraph 2. 1 (b). (c)), and (d)) of the Act



and) establishes a protection zone of at least 5 km radius around the outbreak with

taking into account the epidemiological, geographical, biological and ecological

conditions,



(b)) to livestock farmers in this zone



1. make an immediate visit of hives with bee by stripping it of the work and in the

the case of detection of fetal disease inform the regional veterinary

management,



2. to ensure the collection of samples from all the hives at the checkpoint and their

bacteriological examination of the immediate swine or rot

the bee of the fetus, if this has not already been carried out tests in the last

12 months; It is namely the examination of winter had in the protection zone.


Pooled faeces from is obtained by mixing 10 incremental samples to

one of a collective specimen,



(c) a clinical examination) will make the hives with bee work on dismantling the

habitats on which bacteriological examination of mixed samples should

showed positive result



(d)) disables the movement of beehives and mothers from the protection zone. Relocation

hives and mothers within the protection zone is possible only with the consent of

the regional Veterinary Administration, issued pursuant to the request of the breeder

documented by the negative result of a laboratory examination of a collective specimen

should.



(2) the regional veterinary services in accordance with section 15 and section 49 paragraph 2. 1 (b). (c))

and (d)) of the Act further directs the owner, where the incidence of disease has been confirmed



a) for 15% or more hives at the checkpoint, immediate destruction of all

hives on site, as well as the hives, combs, land masses and stock

the rest of the Beekeeper's tools and accessories

manipulate the bees and their products, if you cannot ensure that they

effective disinfection, especially in the case of metal objects, with the previous

or subsequent flame [citation needed]; However, this does not apply to buildings and

construction of the apiaries and nomadic cars, or



(b)) with less than 15% of hives at the checkpoint, the immediate destruction of all

hives with a confirmed the occurrence of the disease, as well as the hives, and at the same time effective

disinfection of all the Beekeeper's tools and accessories which come

or may come into contact with a confirmed the occurrence of the disease včelstvy.

If at the time of up to 1 year from the date of disposal of hives with a confirmed

the occurrence of the disease to reaffirm African or rot

the bee brood, regional Veterinary Administration orders the disposal of hives and

the device referred to in paragraph 2 (a). and).



The breeder makes the killing of hives gasoline and then immediately

ensure včelotěsnou úzávěru hives. Disposal of hives with their combustion

performs no later than the day after the killing; at the same time he wound up

all flammable material.



(3) disposal of hives and equipment referred to in paragraph 2 (a). and) or

hives with a confirmed the occurrence of the disease in accordance with paragraph 2 (a). (b)) and the hives

shall be carried out in the presence of a liquidation Commission, specified the regional

the veterinary services; the Commission takes on disposal of the record.



(4) following the disposal of hives makes disinfection nespalitelného

material, apiaries and nomadic. For disinfecting solution with

the contents of at least 0.5% of the sodium hypochlorite 5% sodium hydroxide.



(5) when performing the hives are used for protective gloves

single use; upon completion of the inspection shall be carried out hand disinfection,

clothing and footwear.



(6) the Bacteriological examination of mixed samples should be carried out in

the protection zone before the end of the annual period of observation.



§ 141



All bee products such as honey, wax, propolis and Royal Jelly,

originating in the outbreak, harmlessly remove way

laid down by the directly applicable European Union law on sanitary

rules for animal by-products ^ 2).



§ 142



(1) the regional Veterinary Administration, which ordered the protection and control

measures, ends the following measures



and if in the outbreak) after liquidation of hives and equipment under section 140

paragraph. 2 was in the outbreaks of plague or rot of the bee brood met

mandated conservation and control measures and was made final

focal disinfection,



(b)) in the protection zone, if during the observation period of 1 year after the

disposal of hives and equipment pursuant to § 140 para. 2, and made the final

focal disinfection does not occur in the protection zone or rot

bee brood.



(2) if there is a space and time overlapping protection zones,

defined around the individual outbreaks of plague or rot of the bee brood,

experiencing their protective and control measures imposed in

individual protection zones, gradually, as these measures

nařizována.



PART THREE



SPECIAL MEASURES FOR THE RECOVERY OF ANIMALS FROM CERTAIN DISEASES



TITLE I OF THE



BRUCELLOSIS, TUBERCULOSIS AND ENZOOTIC BOVINE LEUKOSIS



§ 143



(1) for the purposes of this title, means:



and) in the case of bovine brucellosis under the term



1. a bovine herd type B 1-whose previous clinical history

and vaccination and serological status are unknown,



2. a bovine herd type B 2-whose previous clinical history

and vaccination and serological status are known and in which routine is carried out

control tests according to national rules in order to achieve

status of a type B 3 or B 4,



3. a bovine herd type B 3-brucellosis-free herds within the meaning of part II

Annex 23 to this Decree,



4. the bovine herd type B 4-officially brucellosis-free bovine herd within the meaning of

Part II of Annex 23 to this Decree;



(b)) in the case of bovine tuberculosis by



1. a bovine herd type T 1-in whose case the previous clinical history and the

tuberculin-test status are unknown,



2. a bovine herd of T 2-in whose case the previous clinical history and the

tuberculin-test status are known and in which routine is carried out

control tests according to national rules in order to achieve

the status of T-type 3,



3. a bovine herd T 3-officially free of tuberculosis as regards bovine herds under part

# 23 of annex to this Decree.



(2) detailed criteria for classification as a bovine herd officially free

tuberculosis, officially brucellosis-free and brucellosis-free bovine and

enzootic bovine leukosis are set out in Annex 23 to this

the Decree.



(3) the results of the test are evaluated in accordance with the

Annex No. 20 of this Decree.



§ 144



(1) the veterinary authorities shall be in accordance with section 10, paragraph 1. 1, § 48 para.

1 (b). a) to (c)) and § 49 paragraph 1. 1 (b). (b)) of all necessary

measures to ensure that the cattle population was no longer officially maintained

free of brucellosis, tuberculosis and enzootic bovine leukosis and in order to

avoid repeated outbreaks of some of these diseases.



(2) the State Veterinary Administration informs the Commission about the implementation of the measures

referred to in paragraph 1.



§ 145



(1) unless otherwise provided, the treatment of brucellosis, healing and desensitization

Tuberculosis and treatment of enzootic bovine leukosis as well as vaccination against

enzootic bovine leukosis and tuberculosis, are disabled.



(2) vaccination against brucellosis in bovine animals may be carried out only with the consent

The State Veterinary Administration and under the supervision of the official veterinarian

and it will stop as soon as possible, so that the herd could be included as soon as possible

officially brucellosis-free herds.



§ 146



cancelled



§ 147



cancelled



Part 1



Brucellosis



§ 148



cancelled



§ 149



(1) if in a herd animal suspected of having brucellosis, the regional veterinary

manage in accordance with § 13 and § 49 paragraph 1. 1 (b). (d)) of the Act shall initiate

immediately an investigation to confirm or exclude the presence of the disease,

watching this herd and



and) disables all movement of animals from the herd or the flock with the exception

the regional Veterinary Administration authorised the transfer for the purpose of immediate

slaughter. The regional Veterinary Administration may also allow

castrated by the cattle on the farm, after a separate location

suspect animals and, provided that the castrated animals are

moved to fattening herds and thence to the slaughterhouse,



(b) order the quarantine of suspected animals).



(2) protective and control measures referred to in paragraph 1 may not be

suspended until the presence or suspected presence of this

disease within the herd.



§ 150



(1) if the presence of brucellosis in the herd has been confirmed, the regional veterinary

manage in accordance with § 3 and § 49 paragraph 1. 1 (b). (d)) of the Act, if it is not

unless otherwise specified, this protective and control measures:



and a ban on all movement of animals) to this or out of the

the herd with the exception of the regional Veterinary Administration allowed for relocation

the purpose of immediate slaughter. The regional Veterinary Administration may also allow

in the economy moving after the pre-slaughter isolation castrated by the cattle and

designation of the infected cattle and cattle considered the regional veterinary

the Administration for the infected, provided that the castrated animals are

moved to fattening herds and thence to the slaughterhouse,



(b)) quarantine animals in which the presence of brucellosis has been confirmed, and animals

which may have become infected from them;



(c) the immediate testing of bovine animals) brucellosis;



(d)) quarantine and marking of animals in which the presence of brucellosis

confirmed, animals which have been examined in accordance with subparagraph (c)) with adverse

results, and animals which are considered to be the regional veterinary services

for the infected, until their slaughter pursuant to section 151,



(e) the feeding of infected cows milk) only after suitable heat treatment and

only animals from the same holding;



(f) the restrictions on deliveries of milk of dairy cows) from the infected herd in

treatment of milk only to cases where the milk is intended for the proper

heat treatment;



g) treatment of carcasses, half-carcasses, quarters, smaller pieces of meat

and offal, of infected animals, intended as feed for animals, the way

to prevent contamination;



h) immediate destruction of foetuses, still-born calves calves

dead for brucellosis after birth and, if they don't be placent


examined;



I) immediate destruction of straw, litter or other materials

or substances which have been in contact with an infected animal or the placenta, in the

accordance with the directly applicable European Union law on sanitary

rules for animal by-products; ^ 2)



j) imposition of manure from sheds or other spaces used for animals,

in a place inaccessible to farm animals, its treatment in an appropriate

disinfectant and storage for at least 3 weeks. The use of the

disinfectant is not required, if the manure is covered with a layer of

of uninfected manure or soil. Liquid waste from sheds or other

spaces used for animals must be disinfected, if they are not

odklízeny at the same time with manure.



(2) the disposal and other handling of animal by-products

products in the rendering undertakings must be carried out so as to avoid the

the danger of the spread of brucellosis to the products of these enterprises.



§ 151



The animals, which was after the laboratory test confirmed the occurrence of the disease,

and animals thought to be the regional Veterinary Administration for suspected of being infected

are under the supervision of the official veterinarian slaughtered as soon as possible,

no later than 30 days after the introduction of the breeder with the results of the examination and

with the obligation to defeat these animals in the performance of protective and

the disease control measures.



§ 152



(1) after the slaughter of the cattle referred to in § 151 and before animals must be

the stables and related facilities, equipment, containers, and other

articles used for the animals under the supervision of and under the instructions of the official

veterinarian cleaned and disinfected. Pasture, on which the

these animals were not to be used again in less than 60 days

After leaving these animals. In the case of castrated animals, however,

can the regional veterinary services in accordance with section 15 and section 49 paragraph 2. 1 (b).

(d)) of the Act to make an exception to this limitation, provided that the castrated

the animals leave these areas only in connection with their transfer

for slaughter or fattening herds and thence to the slaughterhouse.



(2) all means of transport, equipment and containers must be after the transport

animals from an infected herd, as well as for the transportation of objects, materials or

substances which have been in contact with these animals, cleaned and disinfected.

Areas used for the treatment of these animals must be used

cleaned and disinfected.



(3) the regional veterinary services in accordance with section 15 and section 49 paragraph 2. 1 (b). (d))

the law specifies that the disinfectant and in what concentration should be

used.



§ 153



After the slaughter of the cattle referred to in § 151



and) No cattle may leave the herd with the exception of the regional animal health

Administration in accordance with § 3 and § 49 paragraph 1. 1 (b). (d)) of the Act allowed

relocation for the purpose of immediate slaughter; the provisions of § 154 para. 2 to 4

This does not affect. However, the regional Veterinary Administration may also allow

relocation of the castrated by the cattle in holding, in the case of the relocation of the

to fattening herds and thence to the slaughterhouse,



(b)) in the herd health tests for brucellosis shall be carried out for the purpose of

confirmation of the exclusion of the disease,



(c)) must not be implemented until the restocking of animals over 12 months old,

that remained in the herd, has not been subjected to one or more of the serological

investigation for brucellosis with negative results. However, this examination

may not be carried out in cattle to the age of 18 months which have been vaccinated in

accordance with the legislation which regulates animal health requirements for

trade in animals ^ 11).



§ 154



(1) in herds of types B 1 and B 2 is performed serological investigations to the

as long as this herd to reach status (B) 3 or (B) 4.



(2) all female animals and all bulls from a herd-type B (1), the determination of the herd

Type B 2, must be,



and) if they are over 12 months, during the 30 days before the transfer subject to

a serological test with a negative result, and accompanied by a health

certificate,



(b)) immediately after the transfer to the isolated for at least 60 days, and

If more than 12 months prior to the inclusion into the fold type B 2 subject

further serological examination with negative results.



(3) all female animals and all bulls from a herd of type B 2, determine to another

Type B 2 herds,



and) must be, if more than 12 months, during the 30 days prior to movement

subjected to a serological test with a negative result, and accompanied by a

a health certificate,



(b)) must not come into contact with during the movement of animals from herds of a lower

Health (health) status.



(4) the movement of animals among herds of types B 3 and B 4 shall be carried out in accordance

with Annex No. 23 of this Decree.



§ 155



(1) the regional veterinary services in accordance with section 15 and section 49 paragraph 2. 1 (b). (d))

the law shall establish the measures that prevent the reappearance of brucellosis from

other sources of the disease to a herd in which brucellosis has been eliminated.



(2) all movements of cattle into and within herds that are

subject to protective and control measures mandated by the zdolávacím

brucellosis and prevent its spread, is subject to state veterinary

supervision. The application of control measures arising from the exercise of

This supervision are without prejudice to other measures relating to the movement of

cattle into and from herds of brucellosis-free and officially brucellosis-free holdings.



Part 2



Tuberculosis



§ 156



cancelled



§ 157



(1) if in a herd animal suspected of having tuberculosis, the regional veterinary

manage in accordance with § 13 and § 49 paragraph 1. 1 (b). (d)) of the Act shall initiate

immediately an investigation to confirm or exclude the presence of the disease,

watching this herd and



and) disables all movement of animals from the herd or the flock with the exception

the regional Veterinary Administration authorised the transfer for the purpose of immediate

slaughter,



(b) order the quarantine of suspected animals).



(2) protective and control measures referred to in paragraph 1 may not be

suspended until the presence or suspected presence of this

disease within the herd.



§ 158



(1) if the presence of tuberculosis has been confirmed in a herd, regional veterinary

manage in accordance with § 3 and § 49 paragraph 1. 1 (b). (d)) of the Act, if it is not

unless otherwise specified, this protective and control measures:



and a ban on all movement of animals) to this or out of the

the herd with the exception of the regional health administration in accordance with § 15 and 49

paragraph. 1 (b). (d)) of the Act permitted the transfer for the purpose of immediate

slaughter;



(b)) quarantine animals in which the presence of tuberculosis has been confirmed, and

the animals, which may have become infected from them;



(c) the immediate testing of bovine animals) tuberculosis;



(d)) quarantine and marking of animals in which the presence of brucellosis

confirmed, animals which have been examined in accordance with subparagraph (c)) with adverse

results, and animals which are considered to be the regional veterinary services

for the infected, until their slaughter pursuant to section 151,



(e) the feeding of infected cows milk) only after suitable heat treatment and

only animals from the same holding;



(f) limitation of the milk supply) of the infected herd into the enterprise for treatment

milk only to cases where the milk is intended for the proper heat

treatment;



g) treatment of carcasses, half-carcasses, quarters, smaller pieces of meat

and offal, of infected animals, intended as feed for animals, the way

to prevent contamination;



h) imposition of manure from sheds or other spaces used for animals,

in a place inaccessible to farm animals, its treatment in an appropriate

disinfectant and storage for at least 3 weeks. The use of the

disinfectant is not required, if the manure is covered with a layer of

of uninfected manure or soil. Liquid waste from sheds or other

spaces used for animals must be disinfected, if they are not

odklízeny at the same time with manure.



(2) the disposal and other handling of animal by-products

products in the rendering undertakings must be carried out so as to

eliminate the risk of the spread of tuberculosis, the products of these enterprises.



§ 159



(1) animals for which he was confirmed after laboratory examination

disease, and animals thought to be the regional Veterinary Administration for suspected

of the disease are under the supervision of the official veterinarian as soon as possible

defeated, but not later than 30 days after the introduction of the breeder with the results

examination and with the obligation to defeat these animals in the performance of the protective

and disease control measures.



(2) in the case of animals which have been examined for tuberculosis with positive

results, but which did not show clinical signs of the disease, it can

the regional Veterinary Administration may extend the period referred to in paragraph 1 to the

3 months,



and) in the case of the female, which is within 3 months of the birth, assumes



(b)) where the slaughter of all bovine animals in a herd of more than 20 animals in the

the area in which, for technical reasons connected with the capacity of slaughterhouse

for this purpose, slaughter cannot be carried out within 30 days.



§ 160



(1) after the slaughter of the cattle referred to in article 159 para. 1 before animals and must

to be stable and their related facilities, equipment, containers, and other

articles used for the animals under the supervision of and under the instructions of the official


veterinarian cleaned and disinfected.



(2) all means of transport, equipment and containers must be after the transport

animals from an infected herd, as well as for the transportation of objects, materials or

substances which have been in contact with these animals, cleaned and disinfected.

Areas used for the treatment of these animals must be

cleaned and disinfected.



(3) the regional veterinary services in accordance with section 15 and section 49 paragraph 2. 1 (b). (d))

the law specifies that the disinfectant and in what concentration should be

used.



§ 161



After the slaughter of the cattle referred to in article 159 para. 1



and) No cattle may leave the herd with the exception of the regional animal health

Administration in accordance with § 3 and § 49 paragraph 1. 1 (b). (d)) of the Act allowed

relocation for the purpose of immediate slaughter; the provisions of § 162 para. 2 to 4

This does not affect,



(b)) in the herd health tests for tuberculosis are carried out for the purpose of

confirmation of the exclusion of the disease,



(c)) must not be implemented until the restocking of animals over 6 weeks old which

She remained in the herd, has not been subjected to one or more health tests

for tuberculosis with negative results.



§ 162



(1) in herds of type T 1 and T 2 shall be applied to all bovine animals over 6

weeks at least every 6 months under the supervision of the official veterinarian.

intradermal tuberculin testing of the doctor, and that until such time as this herd

they reach the status of T 3.



(2) any animal from the herd of type T 1, intended to the fold type T 2,

be



and) during the 30 days prior to movement subjected to an intradermal tuberculin test

with a negative result, and accompanied by a health certificate,



(b)) immediately after the transfer for a period of at least 60 days isolated and before

inclusion into the fold type T 2 subjected to another test tuberculin test

with a negative result.



(3) any animal from the herd of type T 2, intended to another herd of type T 2,



a) must be within 30 days prior to movement subjected to an intradermal

tuberculin test with negative result, and accompanied by a health

certificate,



(b)) must not come into contact with during the movement of animals from herds of a lower

Health (health) status.



(4) the movement of animals among herds of type T 3 shall be carried out in accordance with the

Annex 23 to this Decree.



§ 163



The provisions of section 155 applies to measures relating to tuberculosis by analogy.



Part 3



Enzootic leukosis



§ 164



Any treatment of enzootic bovine leukosis as well as vaccination against enzootic bovine

leukosis are disabled.



§ 165



(1) apart from the measures taken in cases of suspected occurrence

enzootic bovine leukosis regional animal health management in accordance with article 15, and

§ 49 paragraph 1. 1 (b). and orders) of the Act if the incidence of this disease in the herd

confirmed and unless specified otherwise, this protective and control measures:



and the prohibition of all) movement of animals from this herd with the exception

the regional veterinary services in accordance with section 15 and section 49 paragraph 2. 1 (b). (d))

the Act authorised the transfer for the purpose of immediate slaughter;



(b)) isolated herds to bovine animals from this herd was unable to come to the

contact with bovine animals which do not belong to this herd;



(c) the milk of infected cows) use only for purposes of animal feed after

suitable heat treatment, or supplying it to the enterprise for treatment

milk for the purposes of such heat treatment. Feeding of milk,

If it has not been heat-treated, it can be enabled only in herds in

which all animals slaughtered pursuant to § 166 paragraph. 1;



d) treatment of carcasses, half-carcasses, quarters, smaller pieces of meat

and offal, of infected animals, intended as feed for animals, the way

to prevent contamination.



(2) the disposal and other handling of animal by-products

products in the rendering undertakings must be carried out so as to avoid the

the risk of spreading the products those undertakings EBL.



§ 166



The regional veterinary services in accordance with section 15 and section 49 paragraph 2. 1 (b). (d))

the law shall prescribe, unless specified otherwise, the losers



and) all bovine animals in the herd, which was confirmed by the presence of enzootic bovine

leukosis, within the time limit laid down, or her



(b)), only those animals which is confirmed by the presence of enzootic bovine leukosis and

those considered the regional veterinary services for the infected. This

animals shall be slaughtered under the supervision of the official veterinarian within 30

days after becoming familiar with the test results and the breeders with the obligation to defeat

in that period the animals in the framework of the implementation of conservation and control

measures.



§ 167



After the slaughter of animals according to § 166 paragraph. 2



and) No cattle may leave the herd with the exception of the regional animal health

Administration in accordance with § 3 and § 49 paragraph 1. 1 (b). (d)) of the Act allowed

relocation for the purpose of immediate slaughter,



(b)) in the herd performed medical tests on enzootic leucosis respectively for the

the purpose of confirmation of the exclusion of the disease,



(c)) may be performed only by using the animal restocking of herds that

the regional veterinary services in accordance with section 15 and section 49 paragraph 2. 1 (b). (d))

the law considers it an endemic neinfikovaná leukózou.



§ 168



(1) after the slaughter of the cattle referred to in § 166 before animals and must be

the stables and related facilities, equipment, containers, and other

articles used for the animals under the supervision of and under the instructions of the official

veterinarian cleaned and disinfected.



(2) all means of transport, equipment and containers must be after the transport

animals from an infected herd, as well as for the transportation of objects, materials or

substances which have been in contact with these animals, cleaned and disinfected.

Areas used for the treatment of these animals must be

cleaned and disinfected.



(3) the regional veterinary services in accordance with section 15 and section 49 paragraph 2. 1 (b). (d))

the law specifies that the disinfectant and in what concentration should be

used.



§ 169



Cattle from a herd classified as not suspect do not come into contact with

cattle from herds not classified as follows.



TITLE II



OVINE AND CAPRINE BRUCELLOSIS (B. MELITENSIS)



§ 170



(1) any treatment of ovine and caprine brucellosis is prohibited.



(2) If a vaccination against brucellosis ovine and caprine animals, shall be

carried out under the supervision of the official veterinarian. What must be

first stopped to herd into herds officially plain

ovine and caprine brucellosis.



(3) if in a herd animal suspected of ovine and caprine brucellosis, regional

animal health management in accordance with section 15 and section 49 paragraph 2. 1 (b). (d)) of the Act

shall without delay initiate the investigation to confirm or exclude the presence of this

the disease, monitoring of this herd and



and) disables all movement of animals from the herd or the flock with the exception

the regional Veterinary Administration authorised the transfer for the purpose of immediate

slaughter of the animals,



(b) order the quarantine of suspected animals).



(4) the protective and control measures referred to in paragraph 3 may not be

suspended until the occurrence of ovine and caprine brucellosis or suspected

the occurrence of this disease in the herd.



§ 171



The criteria for the classification of the ovine or caprine holdings are officially

free or brucellosis-free ovine and caprine animals are listed in annex No.

24 of this Ordinance.



TITLE III



CLASSIC DOMESTIC SWINE



§ 172



For the purposes of this title, means by the term



and) holding officially free of swine fever-the economy, in which



1. and within a radius of at least 2 km in the preceding 12

months of classical swine fever was detected,



2. no pigs are vaccinated during the preceding 12

months against classical swine fever,



3. for a period of at least 12 months preceding has not been enabled the vaccination of

against classical swine fever,



(b)) the State officially free of swine fever-a State in which the



1. in the preceding 12 months, at least, there was no classical swine

pigs,



2. for a period of at least 12 months preceding has not been enabled the vaccination of

against classical swine fever,



3. There are no pigs in the holdings vaccinated during the

the preceding 12 months against classical swine fever,



and that was as officially free of swine fever has been recognized by the Commission,



c) region officially free of swine fever-the region in which



1. in the preceding 12 months, at least, there was no classical swine

pigs,



2. for a period of at least 12 months preceding has not been enabled the vaccination of

against classical swine fever,



3. There are no pigs in the holdings vaccinated during the

the preceding 12 months against classical swine fever,



and that was as officially free of swine fever has been recognized by the Commission,



d) State or region free of African swine-State or region in which the

at least the preceding 12 months, there was no classical swine fever.



§ 173



(1) if the Czech Republic officially free of swine fever virus, shall draw up

The State Veterinary Administration of the plan for the eradication of the disease and shall submit it to the

the approval of the Commission.



(2) the plan referred to in paragraph 1 shall include, as appropriate:



and the prohibition of vaccination) date of breeding pigs,



(b) the date of the prohibition of vaccination of pigs) in the fattening period, where applicable, the limitations of this

vaccination in the first 2 years of the implementation of the plan,



(c)) date of initiation of the investigation to detect the presence of classical swine fever

pigs, if it proves necessary,




(d)), resources, and measures the time course, designed to achieve the objective

provided for in paragraph 1.



(3) the plan referred to in paragraph 1 may be implemented on a regional

the basis, unless you can guarantee that the health status of the regions concerned will be

protected and maintained. In this case, the information required under paragraph

2 must apply to each of the regions referred to in the schedule.



(4) the State Veterinary Administration



and) shall provide in accordance with § 48 para. 1 (b). about point 2 of the Act) plan

referred to in paragraph 1 to the Commission,



(b)) shall, in accordance with § 48 para. 1 (b). of paragraph 2 of the Law Commission) annual

expenses related to classical swine fever in each of the past 3 years

together with a breakdown of these expenditures, as well as the projected annual expenditure on

the plan referred to in paragraph 1.



§ 174



Czech Republic loses the status of State officially free of swine fever

the new plan shall be drawn up, which includes, as appropriate:



and in the case of regions) in which vaccination is carried out for more than 12 months,



1. number of holdings selected for sampling, which are

a representative for the region, and the number of pigs in each

economy,



2. the number of piglets born to vaccinated sows on these

farms and that they will not be vaccinated,



3. number and type of medical tests that the piglets will undergo in the

during the period of 6 months, in order to determine whether the virus is present

classical swine fever,



4. whether the vaccination must be broken if the health tests

referred to in paragraph 3 establishes that the classical swine fever virus is not

present, and the date when the ban is likely to enter into force;



(b)) in the case of regions where vaccination is carried out for less than 12 months,



1. the date of commencement of the vaccination,



2. the likely date on which will be introduced to the measures referred to under

(a));



c) in the case of the Czech Republic or part of its territory, where it has been

vaccination is interrupted, but which are not yet officially free of swine fever,



1. the number of herds (breeding, propagating, mixed and fattening herds), in

which will be carried out random checks,



2. the total number and type of health tests carried out in the following

herds every year,



3. the number of spot serological tests which will be carried out

every year for slaughter pigs at the time of slaughter.



§ 175



(1) the recognition of the United Kingdom as a State officially free of swine fever may be

to ask the Commission if the conditions referred to in paragraph 172 (b).

(b)).



(2) the recognition of part of the territory of the State as officially free of swine fever may be

ask at the earliest 3 months after the fulfilment of the conditions for the recognition of the State as

officially free of swine fever, provided that the guarantees are provided,

the status of this part of the territory of the State will be maintained, in particular, that will be demonstrated

the existence of a protective and control measures



and prohibiting the entry of pigs from) holding, which are not officially free

swine fever, in this part of the territory of the State, or



(b) prohibiting the vaccinated pigs) leaving the holdings located

in the territory of a State which is not officially free of swine fever virus or which

not free of swine fever, with the exception of their abandonment in order to

immediate slaughter or to another holding entry with the same

status.



PART FOUR



The EFFECTIVENESS of the



§ 176



(1) this Ordinance shall take effect on the date of its publication.



(2) the provisions of section 104 (a). b) to (e)) and § 108 shall expire on the date of

the Treaty of accession of the Czech Republic to the European Union in

force.



Minister:



Ing. Palas in r.



Annex 1



The disease, whose incidence is apply general measures under this

the Decree

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The longest incubation period of the disease

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rinderpest 21 days

the plague of small ruminants 21 days

swine vesicular disease 28 days

Bluetongue 40 days

epizootic haemorrhagic disease of deer 40 days

sheep pox and goat pox 21 days

vesicular stomatitis 21 days

African swine fever 40 days

Nodular dermatitis bovine 28 days

Rift Valley fever 30 days

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Annex 2



The information provided in the context of mandatory reporting of diseases under the provisions of section 10

paragraph. 2 of the Act in connection with primary and secondary outbreaks



And.



1. date of dispatch,



2. the time of dispatch,



3. the State of origin,



4. the name of the disease, the type of virus, where appropriate,



5. serial number of outbreak,



6. type of outbreak,



7. reference number of outbreak linked to this outbreak,



8. region and geographical location of the holding,



9. other areas for which it was established, the restrictive measures,



10. date of confirmation of the occurrence of the disease,



11. date of the suspected presence of the disease,



12. the estimated date of first infection,



13. the origin of the disease,



14. the measures taken to combat the disease;



15. the number of animals susceptible to the disease in the area:



and) cattle,



(b)) the pigs,



c) sheep



d) tits,



(e)),



f) equidae,



g) in the case of diseases of aquaculture animals, indicating the

weight or number of x 1 000 susceptible animals,



h) wild species,



I) in the case of diseases of bees are the number of hives susceptible to infection;



16. the number of animals with clinical signs of the disease in the area:



and) cattle,



(b)) the pigs,



c) sheep



d) tits,



(e)),



f) equidae,



g) in the case of diseases of aquaculture animals, indicating the

weight or number of × 1 000 animals with clinical signs,



h) wild species,



I) in the case of diseases of bees are the number of clinically affected hives;



17. the number of animals in the area:



and) cattle,



(b)) the pigs,



c) sheep



d) tits,



(e)),



f) equidae,



g) in the case of diseases of aquaculture animals, indicating the

weight or number of x 1 000 dead animals,



h) wild species;



18. number of stock slaughtered



and) cattle,



(b)) the pigs,



c) sheep



d) tits,



(e)),



f) equidae,



g) in the case of diseases of aquaculture animals (only applies to

shellfish and fish) should be noted, where appropriate, weight or number of × 1 000

slaughtered animals,



h) wild species;



19. the number of destroyed the bodies of dead animals:



and) cattle,



(b)) the pigs,



c) sheep



d) tits,



(e)),



f) equidae,



g) in the case of diseases of aquaculture animals, if any,

must indicate the weight or number of x 1 000 animals, who were

removed and destruction,



(h) in the case of diseases of bees), you should indicate the number of deleted hives.



20. any (estimated) date of completion of the spending.



21. any (estimated) date of completion of disposal.



(B).



In the case of swine fever shall contain the following additional information:



1. the distance from the nearest pig holding,



2. the number and category of pigs (breeding, fattening and piglets, which

consider the animals under 3 months) in the area with the disease,



3. the number and category of pigs (breeding, fattening and piglets, which

consider the animals under 3 months) with clinical signs of the disease in the area

with the disease,



4. diagnostic method



5. If the disease has been confirmed in the area, that has been confirmed

in the slaughterhouse or means of transport,



6. confirmation of primary cases in feral pigs (primary

cases in feral pigs means those cases of the disease in

zones free of disease, IE. outside the restricted zone for classical swine

pigs in feral pigs).



In case of primary outbreaks or cases of classical swine fever in the

the slaughterhouse or means of transport shall be indicated the following

information:



1. the number of suspected pigs in the outbreak, slaughterhouse or means of

resources;



2. the number of dead pigs of each category on the holding, slaughterhouse

or means of transport;



3. for each category the number of pigs in which classical swine fever has been detected

the pigs, and the number of pigs in which classical swine fever has been confirmed;



4. the number of pigs killed in the outbreak, slaughterhouse or means of

resources;



5. the number of destroyed (processed) carcasses;



6. in the event of an outbreak, its distance from the nearest holding

pig holdings;



7. in the case that classical swine fever was detected in a slaughterhouse or

means of transport, the location of one or more of the holding of origin

the infected pigs or carcases.



After the transfer of information in relation to any outbreak or case of

classical swine fever in a holding, slaughterhouse or means of

resources, followed by a written report as soon as possible to the Commission and to the other

Member States, comprising:



1. date of the pigs on the holding, slaughterhouse or means of

transport and safe disposal of carcasses;



2. the results of laboratory tests of samples taken during the culling

pigs;



3. in the cases of differentiated procedures pursuant to § 42 para. 1 of this Decree, the number of


pigs and destroyed (processed) carcases,

the number of pigs slaughtered later, and the time limit laid down for the

their slaughter;



4. any information relating to the possible origin of the disease or the origin of the

the disease, if detected;



5. in the case of a primary outbreak or case of classical swine fever

pigs in a slaughterhouse or means of transport the genetic type of virus

responsible for the outbreak or the case;



6. where pigs have been killed in contact holdings or in the

holdings with pigs suspected of being infected with classical swine fever

pigs are also provided information about the date of killing and the number of killed

animals from each category in each holding on the epidemiological

link between the outbreak or case of classical swine fever and each

contact holding or the reasons that have raised the suspicion of

the occurrence of classical swine fever in each suspected holding, and

the results of the laboratory tests on the samples taken from the pigs in the

economy and in their killing. If not pigs in

contact holdings are killed, it is necessary to submit a report on the reasons for the

such a procedure.



(C).



In the case of diseases of aquaculture animals referred to in

(B) of annex I to Directive 82/894/EEC, as amended by Annex I to decision

2008/650/EC shall contain the following additional information:



1. confirmation of all outbreaks of exotic diseases and outbreaks of non-exotic

diseases in the State free of diseases, areas or units, as they are

laid down in Decree No. 290/2008 Coll., on animal health requirements for

aquaculture animals and products,

measures for the prevention and control of certain diseases in aquatic

animals,



2. other outbreaks than those listed in point 1 and which will be

considered a secondary outbreak in accordance with § 8 para. 1 of this order,



3. secondary outbreaks of diseases in aquaculture animals,

which are reported once a month.



Annex 3



The minimum criteria for contingency plans



Contingency plans meet the following criteria:



1. create a national crisis centre which shall coordinate all

measures to control the disease in the Czech Republic;



2. the list of regional crisis units, sufficiently

equipped to coordinate the disease control measures at a local level;



3. detailed information on the persons responsible for the implementation of measures to control

measures, their skills and their responsibilities;



4. ability to quickly contact the regional crisis units with persons

or organizations that are directly or indirectly involved in the occurrence

the disease;



5. equipment and materials for the proper implementation of the measures to

disease control;



6. detailed instructions for the measures to be taken in the event of

suspicion and confirmation of infection or contamination, including proposed means of

disposing of carcasses;



7. education and training programmes for the maintenance and deepening of

the practical and administrative experience;



8. the possibility of autopsies and similar serological and histological, other

the examination and updating of rapid diagnosis in the diagnostic

laboratories (ensuring the rapid transportation of samples);



9. details of the expected quantity of vaccine necessary

any emergency vaccination;



10. ensuring the legal preconditions necessary for the execution

the contingency plans.



Annex 4



cancelled



Annex 5



cancelled



Annex 6



The disease, which cannot be pre-emptively vaccinated animals



1. foot and mouth disease,



2. vesicular stomatitis,



3. swine vesicular disease,



4. the cattle plague,



5. the plague of small ruminants,



6. pulmonary disease of cattle,



7. Nodular dermatitis of the bovine animals,



8. Rift Valley fever,



9. to bluetongue,



10. sheep and goat pox,



11. African horse sickness,



12. African swine fever,



13. classical swine fever,



14. avian influenza (vysokopatogenní)



15. infectious haematopoietic necrosis,



16. enzootic bovine hemorrhagic disease of deer,



17. Aujeszky's disease as regards swine home



18. paratuberculosis,



19. bovine brucellosis,



20. bovine tuberculosis,



21. enzootic bovine leukosis,



22. the brucellosis ovine,



23. ovine and caprine brucellosis,



24. the swine brucellosis,



25. viral haemorrhagic septicaemia,



26. infectious salmon anemia,



27. other diseases, for which the regulations of the European Union provides that against them

animals cannot be pre-emptively vaccinated.



Annex 7



Cleaning and disinfection of contaminated buildings (swine vesicular disease)



In addition to the measures referred to in paragraph 21 of this order shall apply this

measures:



1. The procedure for preliminary cleaning and disinfection of:



and as soon as the body of an animal) disposed of, them,

the spaces in which the animals were housed and any other premises which have been

contaminated during slaughter, disinfectant, approved under section 21

This order at a concentration appropriate for swine vesicular disease.

The used disinfectant shall be allowed to act on the surface for at least 24 hours.



b) tissue or blood from the slaughter carefully grab and harmlessly removes with

the bodies of animals (slaughtering is always performed on sealed surfaces).



2. The procedure for further cleaning and disinfection:



a) Contaminated manure, bedding, feed, etc. is removed from the buildings,

collected and sprayed with an approved disinfectant. The manure is processed

the method is suitable for the inactivation of the virus.



(b)) all portable accessories are removed from the object and clean and

sanitize separately.



c) grease and other dirt is removed from the full-surface degreasing

the device and then washing with water under pressure.



(d)) is all surfaces to be sprayed with disinfectant.



e) Sealable room vydenzifikují the vapours of disinfectants

resources.



f) repair of floors, walls and other damaged parts shall be subject to the consent of the

the official veterinarian Association, after inspection, and

shall be carried out immediately.



g) after completion of repairs a check is made to ascertain whether these

repairs done satisfactorily.



h) all parts of the object, in which there are no Flammables,

can be heat-treated using a flamethrower.



even with all the faces were sprayed with) an alkaline disinfectant with a pH

greater than 12.5 or another approved disinfectant. Disinfection

the substance is washed away after 48 hours.



3. the procedure for the final cleaning and disinfection:



Treatment with flame gun or alkaline disinfectant according to point 2

(a). h) or i) is repeated after 14 days.



Annex 8



Main criteria and risk factors on the basis of the decision to

the killing of pigs in contact holdings (classical swine fever)

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Decision Criteria

for killing against killing

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clinical signs indicative of Yes No

classical swine fever in the contact

holdings

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the removal of pigs from the outbreak to Yes No

contact holdings after the

the likely time of introduction of virus in the

contaminated farm

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location of contact holdings in yes no

an area with a high density of

pigs

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the likely spread of the virus from United limited

before the eradication of the disease the probability/likelihood

the measure is not known

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location of contact holdings in yes no

a distance of 500 m from the outbreak

the disease (in areas with extremely

high incidence of swine must be

think about a greater distance)

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the proximity of contact holdings yes no

more than one outbreak

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the number of pigs in the outbreak of the disease or in high low

contact holding

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Annex 9



Cleaning and disinfection (classical swine fever)



1. General principles:



a) cleansing and disinfection operations and where necessary the measures to

destroy rodents and insects are carried out under public health

supervision and according to the instructions of the official veterinarian;



(b)) the disinfectants to be used and their concentrations are approved

the regional veterinary services, in order to ensure destruction of classical

swine fever;



(c)) the activity of disinfectants is to be before using the

check, because the effectiveness of some of these resources are in

long periods of storage it reduces;



(d)) the choice of disinfectants and of procedures for disinfection is performed with

taking into account the nature of the object and means of transport, as well as on the properties

the subjects to be treated;



(e) the conditions under which degreasing agents) and disinfectants are used must

ensure that their efficacy is not impaired. In particular, must be


compliance with the technical specifications laid down by the manufacturer, such as pressure,

minimum temperature and required time;



f) irrespective of the disinfectant used, the following must be true

requirements:



-thorough soaking of bedding and litter as well as faecal disinfectant

means,



-washing and cleaning of the ground, floors, ramps and walls by carefully

brushing and scrubbing, after previous deletion, or

disassembly of equipment or facilities, where possible, to avoid

impairing the cleansing and disinfection procedures,



-further application of disinfectant for at least the recommended

by the manufacturer,



-disposal of water used to clean in a way that prevents any

the risk of spread of the virus, according to the instructions of the official veterinarian;



(g)) if done washing with liquids applied under pressure, it is necessary to

avoid rekontaminaci the previously cleaned surfaces;



h) facilities, equipment, objects, or places where there is a likelihood

contamination, they must be washed and disinfected or disposed of;



I) following the disinfection of passages is necessary to prevent new

contamination;



j) records of cleaning and disinfecting must be available in the documentation

economy or the means of transport, and in cases where it is necessary to

official approval are approved by the regional Veterinary Administration.



2. Special provisions on cleansing and disinfection of the infected

economy:



and) preliminary cleansing and disinfection:



-during the killing of the animals should be observed all necessary

measures for preventing or minimizing the spread of classical swine fever virus.

Between them falls. the installation of temporary disinfection equipment, ensure

protective clothing, showers, decontamination of used equipment, facilities, and

instruments and the interruption of power supply to the ventilation;



-carcases of killed animals must be sprayed with disinfectant;



-If the carcases must be removed from the holding for disposal,

must be used to transport the closed and leak proof containers;



-immediately after the removal of carcasses for disposal must be part of the

the economy, in which was housed pigs, and all buildings, enclosures

etc., contaminated during the slaughter or spending, the survey after

the losers, treated with disinfectant sprays, approved for use in

accordance with section 46 of this Decree,



-any tissue or blood spilled during slaughter or when

inspection after slaughter, as well as coarse impurities from the buildings, yards, utensils

etc., must be carefully collected and disposed of, together with the

the carcases;



-the used disinfectant must remain on the treated areas after

for at least 24 hours;



b) final cleansing and disinfection:



-manure and used bedding are to be removed and treated in accordance with point 3

(a). and);



-grease and dirt is removed from all surfaces by the application

odmašťovacího product and by washing with water;



-After washing with water, further spraying with disinfectant;



-After 7 days the areas treated degreaser, rinse

water, sprinkle with disinfectant and rinsed again with water.



3. Disinfection of contaminated bedding, manure and slurry:



and) used litter and manure must be stacked in place to

heat, sprayed with disinfectant and left for

at least 42 days or destroyed by burning or burying;



b) slurry must be stored for at least 42 days following the date when the

the last addition of infective material, unless the regional animal health management

will not allow a shorter storage period for slurry which has been effectively treated in the

accordance with the instructions of the regional Veterinary Administration to ensure the destruction of the virus

classical swine fever.



4. By way of derogation from points 1 and 2 may, however, provide for a regional animal health management

for the economy of open-air holdings the special cleaning procedures and

disinfection with regard to the type of holding and the climatic conditions.



Annex 10



Main criteria and risk factors on the basis of the decision to

implementation of emergency vaccination (classical swine fever)

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The Criteria Is Indicative

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for vaccination against vaccination

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number/incidence curve high/low/growing

outbreaks of the disease quickly rising slightly or gently

in the previous 10 to 20

days

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location of the holding, yes no

in which could be

vaccination,

in areas with a high

density of pigs

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the likelihood of additional high low

outbreaks in the area

in the next 2 months

or in the longer term

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the lack of processing yes no

the capacity of the

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Annex 11



The criteria for drawing up contingency plans (classical swine fever)



Contingency plans in case of the occurrence of classical swine fever must

meet at least the following criteria:



and) must contain provisions to ensure the legal powers necessary for the implementation of the

the contingency plan and to enable rapid and effective combating of disease;



(b)) shall contain provisions to ensure access to funds for

emergency situation, budgetary means and financial resources in

order to cover all the measures against the rapidly spreading disease;



(c)) must be established a management structure that will ensure that the decision making in the

the case of the occurrence of the disease was fast and effective. If necessary, it must be

This management structure subordinated to the Ministry of agriculture. Central

Director of the State veterinary service must be a member of this structure and

to broker cooperation between the central decision making and national

the Center for disease control, established pursuant to § 57 para. 1;



(d)) shall contain provisions to ensure enough resources

in order to ensure rapid and effective steps, including laboratory staff,

equipment and infrastructure;



e) must be released instructional manual that contains complete and detailed

a description of all the instructions, procedures and measures that will be in the event of the occurrence of the

the disease is introduced;



(f)), if necessary, must be available for detailed emergency plans

vaccination;



g) must be regularly organized:



-training in the clinical signs, epidemiological enquiry and

control of the disease,



-training (at least twice a year),



-training in communication techniques to manage the organisation of information

campaigns on the disease in progress, aimed at local authorities, persons

doing business and working in agriculture and veterinary surgeons.



Annex 12



The conditions for the movement of eggs from a holding in case of suspicion of

Newcastle disease



The regional veterinary services may authorise the transport of eggs from a holding

in which suspected Newcastle disease (section 80 of the Ordinance),

the undertaking for the manufacture of egg products in accordance with the provisions of the European

Union (hereinafter referred to as Durčený) are subject to the following conditions:



1. eggs are sent directly from the suspect undertaking to the designated

of the business. Each consignment is sealed before sending the official

veterinarian of the executing State in a suspected holding

animal health surveillance and remains sealed throughout transport to the

designated undertaking;



2. the official veterinarian carrying out the State veterinary supervision in

a suspected holding informs of the intention to send the eggs to a designated

the company responsible for the management of the provincial animal health designated by the undertaking;



3. regional Veterinary Administration referred to in paragraph 2 shall ensure that the



a) eggs referred to in paragraph 1 has been isolated from other eggs from the time of

they arrive until their treatment,



(b)) the shells of such eggs are disposed of in accordance with the provisions

The European Union on health rules concerning products

of animal origin,



c) packaging material, means of transport used for the transport of eggs

referred to in paragraph 1 and all the places with which the eggs come into contact, the

cleaned and disinfected in such a way that the destruction of the virus

Newcastle disease,



d) the official veterinarian referred to in point 2 has been informed of all

consignments of eggs referred to in paragraph 1.



Annex 13



Cleaning and disinfection (Newcastle disease)



1. preliminary cleansing and disinfection:



and as soon as possible following the redeployment) carcases of poultry for their safe

deletion is part of the space, where the poultry was housed and any parts of

other buildings, fences, etc., contaminated during the slaughter or

inspection after slaughter, treated with disinfectant approved for the

use in accordance with section 88 of the Ordinance.



(b)) all parts of poultry and eggs, which might contaminate buildings,

pens, tools, etc., is carefully collected and harmlessly removes along with

the carcases.




c) disinfectant remains on the treated surface

at least 24 hours.



2. The final cleansing and disinfection:



and) fat and dirt must be removed from all surfaces by the application

resource odmašťujícího and washed with water.



b) after washing with water sprinkles all over again with a disinfectant.



c) after 7 days must be treated with a odmašťujícím means of space,

rinsed with cold water, sprinkled on disinfectant and again

rinsed with water.



d) used litter and manure must be treated in a manner that is

Unable to destroy the virus. This method must contain at least one of the

the following procedures:



-incineration, or steam treatment at a temperature of 70 ° C,



-burying depth to prevent access by vermin and wild in the

living birds, or



-straighten the piles that are wetted in order (if it is necessary for the

facilitate fermentation) and covered up so that the temperature was maintained

reaching 20 degrees C Remain covered 42 days so as to prevent the

access by vermin and wild birds.



Annex 14



cancelled



Annex 15



cancelled



Annex 16



cancelled



Annex 17



cancelled



Annex 18



cancelled



Annex 19



cancelled



Annex 20



TUBERCULOSIS



1. identification of the ORIGINATOR of the



The presence of Mycobacterium bovis (hereinafter referred to as ' m. bovis), agent

bovine tuberculosis, in clinical and autopsy samples can be demonstrated

examination of stained smears or immunoperoxidase techniques and

culture of the micro-organism to confirm the primary insulation.



The autopsy material for the confirmation of m. bovis should be removed from

abnormal changed lymph nodes and parenchymatous organs

such as the lungs, liver, spleen, etc. If the animal does not show

patomorfologické changes to the examination and culturing of samples should be taken

from retropharyngeal lymph nodes, lymph nodes should be-průduškových,

meziplicních, superficial inguinal, IE. in the cases, the lymph nodes

the lower jaw and some mesenteric lymph nodes and the liver.



Determining the isolated Mycobacteria can usually be carried out

the discovery of culture and biochemical properties. You can also use the

employed a chain reaction (PCR) for the detection of complex M.

tuberculosis. Methods of DNA analysis can be faster and more reliable

than biochemical methods for the differentiation of m. bovis from other members

the m. tuberculosis complex. Genetic clues allow you to distinguish different

strains of m. bovis and describe patterns of origin, transfer and spread of m. bovis.



The methods used and the soil, their standardisation and the interpretation of results must

comply with the manual of standards for diagnostic tests and vaccines of the OIE,

Fourth Edition, 2000, Chapter 2.3.3. (bovine tuberculosis).



2. INTRADERMAL TUBERCULIN TESTING



Tuberculin purified protein derivative (hereinafter referred to as "tuberculin PDD"),

bovine or avian, which meets the standards set out in paragraph 2.1,

used to perform official intradermal tuberculin tests,

According to the procedures referred to in paragraph 2.2.



2.1 standards for bovine and avian tuberculin



2.1.1 Definition



Tuberculin PPD, bovine or avian, is obtained from the heat

the treated products growth and decomposition of Mycobacterium bovis or

Mycobacterium avium (as appropiate) that are able to detect late

allergic reaction in an animal sensitised to microorganisms

of the same kind.



2.1.2. Production



It is obtained from the water-soluble fractions prepared by heating in a freely

flowing steam and subsequently filtering cultures of m. bovis or m. avium

(as needed) grown in liquid synthetic soil. The active fraction

the filtrate, consisting mainly of protein, isolates by precipitation, washed

and then dissolved. You may add an antimicrobial preservative

a resource that does not cause false positive reactions, such as phenol.

The final sterile preparation, plain of Mycobacteria, aseptically transferred into

sterile containers of glass resistant to damage, which are then

be closed so as to prevent contamination. It can be lyofilizovat.



2.1.3 Test product



Series are applied after injected intradermally on

different locations into a range of reasonably guinea-pigs, each of which

It weighs at least 250 g. After 24 to 28 hours response appears in the form of

oedema with redness of the skin, with or without necrosis necrosis in places

the injection site. The size and the strength of the reaction are different depending on the batch.

Nesenzibilizovaná Guinea Pigs show no reactions to similar applications.



2.1.4 Testing



2.1.4.1 pH: the pH is 6.5 to 7.5.



2.1.4.2. Phenol: If the preparation to be examined contains phenol, its

concentration is not more than 5 g/l.



2.1.4.3. Sensitising effect: use a group of three guinea-pigs that

has not been treated with any material which will interfere with the results of the

examination. Three times at intervals of five days inject intradermally

each batch of the test preparation morčeti, which corresponds to the

500 IU in 0.1 ml. 15 to 21 days after the third injection is applied the same

dose, i.e.. 500 MJ, intradermally into these animals and into a control group of three

Guinea-Pigs of the same mass and which have not previously received injections of tuberculin.

After 24 to 28 hours after the last application, the responsiveness of these two

the groups did not significantly differ.



2.1.4.4. Toxicity: the two guinea-pigs, each weighing at least

250 g, which have not been treated with any material which will interfere with the results of the

examination. Subcutaneously every 0.5 ml of the test applied morčeti

the preparation. The animals are monitored for seven days. During the period of monitoring

should you experience any abnormal effects.



2.1.4.5. Sterility: it complies with the test for sterility prescribed in the

the monograph on vaccines for veterinary use, 4. release

The European Pharmacopoeia 2002.



2.1.5 the effectiveness



The effectiveness of the tuberculin, bovine or avian, is determined by comparing the

response of sensitized guinea-pigs after the intradermal injection of a series

solutions of test preparation with those incurred on the basis of the submission of

known concentrations of the reference preparation of tuberculin PPD, bovine

or avian (if necessary), calibrated in international

units.



In order to test the effectiveness of the it sensitises the at least nine Guinea Pigs

albinos, each weighing 400 to 600 g, by intramuscular injection

0.0001 mg of wet mass of living m. bovis strain AN5 diffused in 0.5 ml 9

g/l sodium chloride R for bovine tuberculin or a reasonable

dose of inactivated or live m. avium for avian tuberculin

deep into the muscle. For the first four weeks after the sensitisation of the guinea pigs,

their hips shaves to ready the site for a maximum of four places

the injection site on each side. Prepare a dilution of test preparation and

of the reference preparation using isotonic

phosphate-buffered saline (pH 6.5-7.5) containing 0.005 g/l of polysorbate 80 r.

Apply at least three doses of the reference preparation and not fewer than three

benefits of test preparation. The dose is chosen so that the resulting changes should

on average at least 8 mm and a maximum of 25 mm. Dilution is distributed randomly on the

places with the use of the Latin square design. Each dose is

injected intradermally in a constant volume of 0.1 to 0.2 ml of the diameters of the lesions.

after 24 to 28 hours and calculate the result of the test using

the usual statistical methods and assuming that the diameters of the lesions are

directly proportional to the logarithm of the concentration of the tuberculins.



The test is only valid if the fiducial limits of error (P = 0.95) are in

from 50% to 200% of the estimated efficiency. For bovine tuberculin would

the estimated potency is not less than 66% and greater than 150% of the

the stated potency. For avian tuberculin the estimated potency

not be less than 75% and not more than 133% of the stated potency. For both

, bovine and avian tuberculins, the stated potency should not be

less than 20000 IU/ml.



2.1.6 Storage



Store at a temperature of 5 +/-3 ° c and protect from light.



2.1.7 Labelling



Designation of States:



-the potency in international units per millilitre,



-the name and quantity of any added substance,



-for freeze-dried preparations:



-the name and volume of solvent that has add,



-that the product should be used immediately after reconstitution.



2.2 examination methods



2.2.1 As official intradermal tuberculin tests are recognized:



-simple intradermal tuberculin testing: this test requires one

injection of bovine tuberculin,



-the intradermal comparative test: this test requires one

an intradermal injection of bovine tuberculin and one

injection of avian tuberculin given simultaneously.



2.2.2. the dose of tuberculin injected shall be:



-not less than 2000 IU of bovine tuberculin,



-not less than 2000 IU of avian tuberculin.



2.2.3 the volume of each injection dose shall not exceed 0.2 ml.



2.2.4. Tuberculin tests shall be carried out by injecting tuberculin (s) into the skin of the

the neck. Injection sites shall be situated at the border of the front and middle thirds of the

the neck. When both avian and bovine tuberkulíny serves the same animal,

site for injection of avian tuberculins is about 10 cm from the


the highest point of the neck and the site for the injection of bovine tuberculin about

12.5 cm lower on a line roughly parallel with the line of the shoulder or

on different sides of the neck; in pups where there is no room to make space

on one side of the neck is sufficiently separated, shall be carried out on each injection

side of the neck in the same places in the middle of the middle third of the neck.



2.2.5 tuberculin testing and interpretation of reactions shall be as follows:



2.2.5.1 instructions:



The injection site with the Bowl cut before and cleaned. Skin algae in each cut

the area between the forefinger and thumb, measured with callipers

and then injected a dose of tuberculin

to ensure that the tuberculin intradermal injection introduced. You can use the

a short sterile needle, bevel edge outwards, with graduated

a syringe filled with tuberkulínem, which is diagonally into

the deeper layers of the skin. Correct the application confirms the nahmatáním swelling in

the shape of a pea at each injection site. The skin-fold thickness at each site

injection site shall be remeasured 72 hours (+-4 hours) after injection and

recorded.



2.2.5.2 interpretation of reactions interpretation of reactions shall be based on clinical

observations and the recorded increase in skin-fold thickness at the injection site

for 72 hours after injection of tuberculin (s).



a) negative reaction: If only limited swelling is observed, with the

the increase in skin-fold thickness not exceeding 2 mm, without clinical signs

such as diffuse or extensive oedema, exudation, necrosis, pain or

inflammation of the lymphatic ducts in that region or of the lymph nodes.



b) inconclusive reaction: If no clinical signs are found

referred to in point (a)) and if the increase in skin-fold thickness greater

than 2 mm and less than 4 mm.



c) positive reaction: If clinical signs are found as referred to in

(a)), and if the skin-fold thickness at the injection site higher on the 4

mm or more.



2.2.5.3 evaluation of official intradermal tuberculin tests:



Simple intradermal tuberculin testing 2.2.5.3.1:



and) positive: a positive bovine reaction as defined in paragraph 2.2.5.2(a). 2.2.5.2

(a). (c));



b) inconclusive: an inconclusive reaction as defined in paragraph 2.2.5.2(a). 2.2.5.2 (b).

(b));



c) negative: a negative bovine reaction as defined in paragraph 2.2.5.2(a). 2.2.5.2

(a). and);



The animals, which is a simple Intradermal test inconclusive,

are subjected to another test after a minimum of 42 days after.



Animals which are not negative to this second test, are in this

the test is considered positive.



If there is suspicion of false positive reaction or distorted

the reaction can be animals, which is a simple intradermal tuberculin testing

positive simultaneously an intradermal test.



2.2.5.3.2 intradermal comparative test for the establishment and

maintaining the officially tuberculosis-free status of the herd:



and) positive: a positive bovine reaction which is more

than 4 mm greater than the avian reaction, or the presence of

clinical signs;



b) inconclusive: a positive or inconclusive bovine reaction

that is about 1 to 4 mm greater than the avian reaction, and the

the absence of clinical signs;



c) negative: a negative bovine reaction, or a positive

or inconclusive bovine reaction which is equal to or

less than a positive or inconclusive avian reaction and the in

both cases, the absence of clinical signs.



Animals in which intradermal comparative test is inconclusive,

are subjected to another test after a minimum of 42 days after.

Animals which are not negative to this second test, are in this

the test is considered positive.



2.2.5.3.3 officially tuberculosis-free can be temporarily

pause and intra-Community trade in the animals from the herd shall not be

permitted until the status of the following animals is resolved:



and) animals which was a simple intradermal tuberculin testing

considered an inconclusive;



b) animals which were simple intradermal tuberculin testing

considered positive, but to be again subjected to simultaneous

an intradermal tuberculin test;



c) animals which was intradermal comparative test

regarded as inconclusive.



2.2.5.3.4 Community legislation requires that animals

subjected to an intradermal test prior to movement, the test

shall be interpreted so that intra-Community trade

no animal which shows an increase in skin-fold thickness is more than

2 mm or the presence of clinical symptoms.



2.2.5.3.5 of the State Veterinary Administration may, in order to enable detection of the

the maximum number of infected and diseased animals in a herd or in a region

modify the criteria for the evaluation of the results of the examination, in order to achieve

increase its sensitivity, taking all inconclusive reactions referred in

paragraph. 2.2.5.3.1 (b). (b)) and in paragraph 2(a). 2.2.5.3.2 (b). (b)) are considered

positive.



3. additional TESTS



The State Veterinary Administration may Edition in order to allow

detection of the maximum number of infected and diseased animals in a herd

or in the region to approve the use of interferon-gamma test referred to in

The manual of standards for diagnostic tests and vaccines of the OIE, 4. Edition,

2000, Chapter 2.3.3 (bovine tuberculosis).



Annex 21



cancelled



Annex 22



cancelled



Annex 23



The herd, a State or a part thereof officially tuberculosis free or

officially free of bovine brucellosis and enzootic bovine leukosis



(I).



Tuberculosis



1. A bovine herd is officially tuberculosis-free if



and) all animals are free from clinical signs of tuberculosis;



b) all bovine animals over 6 weeks has been tested with a negative result

at least 2 intradermálními tuberkulinacemi carried out in accordance with Annex No.

20 of this Decree, the first of which was carried out in 6 months after the exclusion of

any infection from the herd and the second six months after the first tuberculin test.

However, if you are the only animals in the herd come from herds that

officially tuberculosis-free status, the first test shall be carried out at least 60

days after collecting the animals, and the second is no longer required;



(c)) after the first test, there was no bovine animals over 6 weeks old

introduced into the herd unless it has reacted negatively to, intradermal

tuberculin test, carried out in accordance with annex posouzenou and no. 20 of this

the decree and carried out during the 30 days prior to or during the 30 days after the date of

the entry of the animal in the herd. In this case, the animal physically isolates

(animals isolated) from the other animals of the herd in such a way as to

avoid any direct or indirect contact with the other animals in the

until it is confirmed that the animal is (are) negative.

Perform this test may not be required for the transfer of

of animals within the territory of the State, if the transferred animals originate from

officially tuberculosis-free herds, and it's not about moving between herds of

included in the system of epidemiological surveillance networks.



2. a bovine herd continues to have the status of a herd officially free of tuberculosis,

If



and), are still satisfied the conditions laid down in paragraph 1 (b). and), and (c));



(b)) all animals entering the economy coming from herds with

the status of a herd officially free of tuberculosis;



c) all animals on the holding, with the exception of calves born in the

economy and less than 6 weeks are subjected to at yearly intervals

routine tuberculin testing in accordance with Annex No. 20 of this Decree. State

veterinary services may, however, for his part, where all

as regards bovine herds subject to official programme to combat tuberculosis, alter the

the frequency of the routine tests as follows:



AA) if there is 31. December of each year, as determined by the average annual

the percentage of bovine herds, which are confirmed as infected with tuberculosis,

during the 2 last annual inspection period is higher than 1% of all

herds in the area, there may be an interval between the regular testing of the herd

increased to 2 years. The males for fattening in isolated epidemiological unit

may be exempted from the test, if they come from herds of officially

tuberculosis-free, and if it is guaranteed that they will not be used for

breeding and will go direct for slaughter;



BB) If no 31. December of each year, as determined by the average annual

the percentage of bovine herds, which are confirmed as infected with tuberculosis,

during the last two-year control period 2 higher than 0.2% from the

all the herds in the region, may be the interval between regular testing

increased to 3 years, or it may be the age at which the animals are subjected to

These tests, increased to 24 months;



CC) if there is 31. December of each year, as determined by the average annual

the percentage of bovine herds, which are confirmed as infected with tuberculosis,

during the last three-year control period 2 higher than 0.1% from the

all the herds in the region, may be the interval between regular testing

increased to 4 years, or may be waived by the State Veterinary Administration

test herds, if



-before entering the herd all bovine animals are subjected to an intradermal

tuberculin test with negative results, or




-all bovine animals slaughtered are examined for lesions and each of the changes

These changes is subjected to a histopathological and bacteriological

examination on a pass of tuberculosis.



The State Veterinary Administration may also, with respect to the State or its

part, increase the frequency of test, if an increase in the occurrence of

tuberculosis.



3. Suspension or withdrawal of officially tuberculosis-free herd status



3A. the officially tuberculosis-free Status of a herd shall be suspended if



and) the conditions referred to in point 2 are no longer fulfilled, or



(b)) one or more animals is considered to be responsive to positively

tuberculin test, or a case of tuberculosis has been uttered when the

examination after the slaughter. If an animal is considered a positive

reagenta, excludes from the herd and slaughtered. For positive reagenta or

the loser of the suspect animal shall carry out the appropriate post-mortem and

laboratory tests and epidemiological investigation. Status of the herd will remain

suspended until the completion of all the laboratory examinations. If it is not

the presence of tuberculosis is confirmed, the suspension may be the status of the herd

officially tuberculosis-free cleared then, when it is carried out, with negative

results of tuberculin testing of all animals over 6 weeks, at least 42

days after removal of the reactor (reacting animals), or



(c)) the herd contains animals of unresolved status as described in the annex to

# 20 of this Decree (in section 2.2.5.3.3). In this case, the status remains

officially tuberculosis-free herd paused until than is fixed

the status of these animals. These animals should be isolated from other animals of the herd

up to the time when their status is clarified either further test after 42

days, or the post-mortem and laboratory examination. However, if the

performed routine tuberculin testing of the herd using the comparison test

described in annex No. 20 of this Decree and in the case of a herd in which no

No reagent has been confirmed for at least 3 years, can the State Veterinary

the Administration may decide that it will not be limited to the movement of other animals in the

the herd with the condition that the status of all doubtful reagents is elucidated

further test after 42 days and that until the clarification of any animal from the

the economy will not enter into trade within the Union. If this has

further tuberculin test any animal either positive or inconclusive reaction,

proceed as indicated in subparagraph (b)). If the presence of the disease subsequently confirmed,

all animals leaving the holding from the time of the last clear

testing of the herd to locate and investigate.



3B. the officially tuberculosis-free Status of a herd is to be withdrawn if the

the incidence of tuberculosis is confirmed by isolation of m. bovis in laboratory

examination. The State Veterinary Administration may revoke this status,

If



and) the conditions referred to in point 2 are no longer fulfilled, or



(b)) in the post-mortem examination are found the classic lesions

changes, or



(c) epidemiological investigation is set) the likelihood of the disease, or



(d)) is there any other reason for which is the withdrawal of the status of necessary

with regard to the control of tuberculosis.



In these cases, the State Veterinary Administration will initiate the monitoring and

the investigation of each herd, which considers that the epidemiological

the link with the herd, whose status is. The status of officially

tuberculosis will remain removed until such time as are completed

cleaning and disinfection of buildings and equipment and all animals older than 6

weeks react negatively to at least two consecutive tuberculin testing, made from

the first shall be made at the earliest after 60 days and the second at the earliest after 4

months and no later than 12 months after the removal of the last positive

reagenta.



4. on the basis of information provided by the Commission annually about the occurrence of diseases

can be a State or a part thereof declared officially free of tuberculosis,

If you meet the following conditions:



and each year, in 6) consecutive years, the percentage of bovine herds

confirmed as infected with tuberculosis is not more than 0.1% of all

and at least 99.9% of the bovine herds have achieved the status of a herd officially free

tuberculosis, with the calculation of a percentage of the other indicators

carried out at 31. December of each calendar year;



b) all bovine animals are identified in accordance with the regulations of the European Union;



(c) all the bovine animals are slaughtered) subjected to an official post-mortem examinations;



d) are complied with procedures for suspension or withdrawal of the status of the herd

officially free of tuberculosis.



5. A State or a part thereof shall retain officially tuberculosis-free status,

If you continue to apply the conditions set out in point 4. However, if the

There is evidence of a significant change in the situation as regards tuberculosis in

State or a part thereof, which has been recognised officially free of tuberculosis,

the Commission may take a decision which shall suspend or withdraw the said

status until such time when the requirements are met, the

by decision.



Note: for the purposes of part I, the term ' bovine animals ' means all bovine animals with

except for animals involved in cultural or sporting

events.



II.



Brucellosis



1. A bovine herd is officially brucellosis free if



and it is not) no bovine animals which have been vaccinated against brucellosis, except

females which have been vaccinated at least three years ago;



b) all bovine animals is at least for the last 6 months of the plain

clinical signs of brucellosis;



c) all bovine animals over 12 months was in accordance with Annex C to Directive

64/432/EEC on health problems affecting trade in

bovine animals and swine within the community, as amended by Directive 97/12/EC (hereinafter referred to

"the Directive 64/432/EEC") subjected to one of the following mode

testing, with negative results:



AA) 2 serological tests specified in paragraph 10 at intervals of not more than 3

months and less than 12 months, or



BB) 3 tests with milk samples at intervals of 3 months, followed by

for at least 6 weeks by a serological test referred to in section 10;



d) all bovine animals entering the herd come from a herd which has the status of

officially brucellosis-free herd and, in the case of bovine animals over 12 months old,

had a titre lower than 30 IU of agglutination/ml if the agglutination test is

serum carried out according to Annex C to Directive 64/432/EEC or the negative

the reaction of the other test approved by the Commission and carried out during the

30 days before or within 30 days after the date of its entry into the herd. In the second

If the animal is physically isolate (isolate animals) from other animals

herds in such a way as to avoid any direct or

indirect contact with the other animals up until it is examined (they are

examination) with a negative result.



2. a bovine herd continues to have the status of officially brucellosis-free herd,

If



and implemented annually in) accordance with Annex C to Directive 64/432/EEC

one of the following test regimes with negative results:



AA) 3 the milk ring tests carried out at intervals of at least 3

months,



BB) 3 ELISA tests with milk made at intervals of not less than 3 months,



CC) 2 ring tests with milk made at an interval of at least 3 months,

followed by at least 6 weeks by a serological test referred to in paragraph 10,



DD) 2 ELISA tests with milk made at an interval of at least 3 months,

followed by at least 6 weeks by a serological test referred to in paragraph 10,



EE) 2 serological tests carried out at an interval of at least 3 months and

more than 12 months. However, the State Veterinary Administration may, if they are not

State or part of officially brucellosis-free bovine herd, but all

are subjected to official programme to combat brucellosis, alter the frequency of the

routine tests as follows:



-If not infected more than 1% of bovine herds, just carry out each year 2

the milk ring tests or two milk ELISA tests at an interval of

at least 3 months, or one serological test,



-If at least 99.8% of the bovine herds recognised as officially free of brucellosis

at least for a period of 4 years, there may be an interval between the control testing

extended to two years if all animals over investigation

12 months or, if the investigation of flocks each year-may be

restricted to animals over 24 months. The control test is performed

using one of the serological tests referred to in point 10;



b) all bovine animals entering the herd come from herds which have the status of

officially brucellosis-free herd and, in the case of bovine animals over 12 months old,

had a titre lower than 30 IU of agglutination/ml if the agglutination test is

serum carried out according to Annex C to Directive 64/432/EEC or the negative

the reaction of the other test approved by the Commission and carried out during the

30 days before or within 30 days after the date of its entry into the herd. In the second

If the animal is physically isolate (isolate animals) from other animals

herds in such a way as to avoid any direct or

indirect contact with the other animals up until it is examined (they are

examination) with a negative result. To perform this test, however, may not

be required in the State or any part thereof, where the percentage of bovine herds

infected with brucellosis does not exceed for at least the last 2 years of 0.2% and, in


where the animal comes from an officially brucellosis-free in the State

or part of it and has not during transportation come into contact with bovine animals of lesser

status;



(c)) by way of derogation from (b)) may be bovine animals from herds of plain

introduced into the herd brucellosis officially brucellosis-free if it is old

at least 18 months, and if it has been vaccinated against brucellosis, the vaccination was

carried out more than a year ago. The condition is that these animals have, in the 30

days prior to their introduction into the herd a count lower than 30 IU of

agglutination/ml and a negative result to a complement fixation test, or other

test approved by the Commission.



However, if the female bovine animals from a brucellosis-free bovine steps included in the

the officially brucellosis-free bovine herd, shall be deemed as being free of

brucellosis after 2 years from the date on which it was included into the fold last

vaccinated animal.



3. The suspension or withdrawal of the status of officially brucellosis-free herd



3A. the officially brucellosis-free Status of a herd shall be suspended if



and) conditions referred to in points 1 and 2 are no longer fulfilled, or



(b)) based on the results of laboratory tests or on the basis of clinical

the symptoms of one or more bovine animals are considered to be suspicious of

brucellosis and the suspect animals have been slaughtered or isolated in such a

a way to avoid any direct or indirect contact with

the other animals. If the animal was slaughtered and not continue to be

available for the investigation, the suspension may be revoked if it has been

2 agglutination tests are carried out according to the serum, annex C of Directive

64/432/EEC for all bovine animals aged over 12 months old, detected the titre

less than 30 IU of agglutination per ml. The first test shall be carried out at least 30 days after

removal of the animal and the second at least 60 days. If the animal

isolated from animals in the herd, it may be included in the herd and the status

officially brucellosis-free herd may be restored, if the

aglutinačním the test serum demonstrated a titre lower than 30 IU of

agglutination and complement fixation test result is negative, or

If it is detected a negative result to any other combination of tests

approved for that purpose by the Commission.



3B. the officially brucellosis-free Status of a herd is to be withdrawn if, on the basis of

the results of laboratory tests or epidemiological investigations were in

the herd has been confirmed of infection brucelami. This status will not resume until the

When all bovine animals present in the herd at the time of the outbreak is beaten,

or when the herd has undergone the inspection examination, in which all

animals over 12 months old have produced negative results 2

the following tests at an interval of 60 days, the first of which is not

less than 30 days after removal of the positive animal (positive

animals). In the case of female bovine animals which were pregnant at the time of an outbreak

of the disease, the final control examination at least 21 days after the

the calving of the last of these animals.



4. A bovine herd is brucellosis free if it meets the conditions referred to in

paragraph 1 (b). (b)), and (c) vaccination was carried out) and as follows:



and) female bovine animals have been vaccinated



-before the age of 6 months of live strain 19 vaccine, or



-before the age of 15 months inactive adjuvant vaccine

45/20, which was registered, or



-other vaccines registered and approved by the Commission;



b) bovine animals under 30 months old which have been vaccinated with live strain 19 vaccine,

While you may have the result of the test serum aglutinačního higher than 30 mj,

but less than 80 IU of agglutination/ml, with the condition that, in the case of females

vaccinated less than 12 months ago when the complement fixation reaction has

the result less than 30 EEC units in all other cases, less

than 20 EEC units.



5. a bovine herd continues to have the status of a herd, be brucellosis-free if



a) is subjected to one of the testing regimes listed in 2 (a).

and)



b) bovine animals entering the herd comply with the requirements referred to in point 2 (a).

(b)), or



-from herds which have herd brucellosis-free status and, in the case of bovine animals

over 12 months, had in the 30 days prior to entry into the herd

or in isolation after introduction of the aglutinačním test

serum, carried out in accordance with Annex C to Directive 64/432/EEC, less than

30 IU of agglutination/ml and a negative result to a complement fixation test, or



-from herds which have the status of a herd is brucellosis-free under the age of 30

months and have been vaccinated with live strain 19 vaccine. May be the result of

aglutinačního test with serum higher than 30 IU but less than 80 IU

agglutination/ml, with the condition that, in the case of females vaccinated less than

12 months ago when the complement fixation reaction is a result of less than 30

EEC units in all other cases less than 20 EEC units.



6. Suspension or withdrawal of a herd of brucellosis-free status



6a. the brucellosis-free Status of a herd shall be suspended if



and) conditions referred to in points 4 and 5 are no longer fulfilled, or



(b)) based on the results of laboratory tests or on the basis of clinical

the symptoms of one or more bovine animals over 30 months old are considered

suspected of having brucellosis and the suspect animals have been slaughtered or isolated

in such a way as to prevent any direct or indirect

contact with other animals. If the animal has been isolated, it may be

again enrolled in the herd and a herd of brucellosis-free status may be

restored, if it subsequently proves agglutination titre lower than 30 IU/ml, and

If the result of the complement fixation test, or other test approved

The Commission is negative. If the animal was slaughtered and not continue to be

available for the investigation, the suspension may be revoked if it has been

2 agglutination tests are carried out according to the serum, annex C of Directive

64/432/EEC for all bovine animals on the holding over 12 months old, detected

a count lower than 30 IU of agglutination per ml. The first test shall be carried out at least 30

days after the removal of the animal and the second at least 60 days. If they are

animals to investigate the younger than 30 months and was vaccinated live

the vaccination strain 19, can be considered negative if they have

the result of the test serum aglutinačního greater than 30 IU but less than 80

MJ agglutination/ml, with the condition that, in the case of females vaccinated less

than 12 months ago when the complement fixation reaction test result is lower than

30 EEC units in all other cases less than 20 EEC units.



6B. the brucellosis-free Status of a herd is to be withdrawn if, on the basis of

the results of laboratory tests or epidemiological investigations were in

the herd has been confirmed of infection brucelami. This status will not resume until the

When either all bovine animals present in the herd at the time of the outbreak is

defeated, or when the herd has undergone the inspection examination

all non-vaccinated animals over 12 months had negative results

two consecutive tests at an interval of 60 days, the first of which test

not earlier than 30 days after removal of the positive animal

(positive animals). If the animals are to be examined under 30 months

and if vaccinated live strain 19 vaccine may be considered

negative if they have a titer higher than 30 IU of agglutination/ml, but less

than 80 IU of agglutination/ml, with the condition that, in the case of females

vaccinated less than 12 months ago when the complement fixation reaction

the result less than 30 EEC units in all other cases, less

than 20 EEC units. In the case of female bovine animals which were pregnant at the time of

the outbreak, the final check shall be carried out at least 21 days

After the last of these animals.



7. A State or a part thereof may be declared officially free of brucellosis,

If you meet the following conditions:



and no case of abortion) due to infection of brucelami and no insulation (B).

abortus has not been recorded for at least three years and at least 99.8% of the herd

cattle should officially brucellosis-free status of the herd of 5 consecutive days.

years, the calculation of this percentage indicators shall be carried out to the 31.

December of each calendar year. However, if a decision on

the slaughter of the entire herd, and the herd, whose herd officially free status

brucellosis has been suspended or removed for reasons other than suspected

of the disease, do not take into account for the purposes of the above calculation of insulated

instances of proven epidemiological investigation and caused by the relocation of

animals from outside the State, and part of it, if the

Veterinary Administration shall undertake an annual sum of these cases and reports

them in the context of the information provided annually by the health situation

To the Commission;



b) all bovine animals are identified in accordance with the regulations of the European Union;



(c)) case reporting of abortion is mandatory and these cases are investigated

the regional Veterinary Administration.



8. State or its part shall retain officially brucellosis-free status,

If you are still satisfied the conditions set out in point 9 and



and) conditions referred to in point 7 (b). a) and b) are still being met,

reporting of cases of miscarriage suspected brucellosis is mandatory and these

cases are investigated by the regional veterinary services;




(b)) every year for the first 5 years after obtaining the status of all bovine animals

over 24 months from at least 20% of herds have tested with negative result

in accordance with Annex C to Directive 64/432/EEC, a serological test in the case of

dairy herd testing milk samples;



c) all bovine animals suspected of being infected with brucellosis is reported by County

the Veterinary Administration and is subjected to epidemiological investigation,

comprising at least two serological blood tests, including the response

complement fixation and a microbiological examination of appropriate samples;



d) during the period of suspicion, which lasts until the negative results

the tests referred to in (c) above), the status of the herd shall be suspended officially free

as in the case of brucellosis herds of origin or transit of the suspected herds

a piece of cattle, and in the case of dairy herds epidemiologically-linked;



e) in the case of an outbreak of brucellosis that has spread, all bovine animals

defeated. The remaining animals of susceptible species shall be subjected to appropriate tests

buildings and equipment are cleaned and disinfected.



9. a State or a part thereof recognised officially free of bovine brucellosis reports the occurrence of

of all cases of brucellosis to the Commission. However, if there is evidence of a significant change in the

the situation as regards brucellosis in the State or any part thereof, that were

recognised officially free from brucellosis, the Commission may take a decision,

which shall suspend or withdraw the said status until such time as they are

the requirements set out its decision.



10. For the purposes of section II, a serological test shall mean the agglutination test

the serum, the buffered Brucella Antigen test, the reaction of the binding

complement, plasma agglutination test, plasma ring test,

micro-agglutination test or individual blood ELISA, as

described in Annex C to Directive 64/432/EEC and, where applicable, other diagnostic

test approved by the Commission. The milk test means the ring test with

milk or milk ELISA test.



Note: for the purposes of part II, the term ' bovine animals ' means all bovine animals with

the exception of males for fattening if they come from herds that are officially free

brucellosis and is no guarantee that they will not be used for breeding and will be

moved directly to slaughter.



III.



Enzootic bovine leukosis



A. a bovine herd officially free of enzootic bovine leukosis,

It



and) in the last 2 years has not been no case of enzootic bovine

bovine leukosis, and clinically or laboratory examinations, and no

such a case has been confirmed, and



(b)) in the last 12 months, all the animals over 24 months of

examination, with negative results, two tests, carried out in accordance with the

Chapter II of Annex D to Directive 64/432/EEC (tests in the investigation

enzootic bovine leukosis), or



(c)) are the requirements set out under (a)), and the herd is located in

State or a part thereof, which are officially free of enzootic bovine leukosis

of bovine animals.



B. a herd of continues to have the status of a herd officially free of enzootic bovine leukosis

bovine animals, if



and are continuously being met) conditions listed in part (a). and)



b) each animal included in the herd comes from a herd officially free

enzootic bovine leucosis



c) all animals over 24 months of age continue to have negative results

the examination carried out in accordance with Annex D of chapter II of Directive 64/432/EEC

at intervals of three years,



d) breeding animals introduced in the herd, originating in a third country, the

imported under the conditions laid down by Decree No 382/2003 Coll.

animal health requirements for trade in animals and animal health

the terms of their imports from third countries.



C. Status of a herd officially free of enzootic bovine leukosis shall be suspended,

If you are not satisfied the conditions laid down in part B, or if the

based on the results of laboratory tests or clinical findings are one

or more head of cattle suspected of being infected with enzootic bovine leukosis and

suspect animals are slaughtered immediately.



D. Status of a herd officially free of enzootic bovine leukosis remains

suspended until the following requirements are complied with:



1. If a single animal in an officially enzootic bovine leukosis free herd

of bovine animals, in the examination of one of the tests referred to in part (B) (a). (c))

a positive reaction, or if a single animal in the herd is suspected of

the disease on the basis of any other reason,



and the animal) which have reacted positively and, in the case of cows,

each of her calf in the herd for slaughter under the supervision of the official veterinarian.

doctor;



(b)) all animals in the herd aged over 12 months are examined with

negative result two serological tests (at an interval of at least 4

months and at most 12 months), carried out in accordance with Annex D

Chapter II of Directive 64/432/EEC for at least three months after removal of the

the positive animal and any descendant;



(c) an epidemiological inquiry is carried out) with negative results, and the herds,

that have epidemiological link with the outbreak of disease, are

subjected to the measures laid down in (b)).



The regional veterinary services may, however, grant exemption from the obligation to

to slaughter the calf of an infected cow where it was separated from its mother immediately

after calving, and subjected to the measures referred to in part (B) (a). (c)).



2. where more than one animal from a herd officially free of enzootic bovine

leukosis reacted positively when examined one of the tests

referred to in Annex D, chapter II of Directive 64/432/EEC, or

more than one animal from the herd is suspected of being infected, based on another

because,



and the animals) that has responded positively, in the case of cows,

their calves from the herd for slaughter under the supervision of the official veterinarian.

doctor;



(b)) all animals in the herd aged over 12 months is examined with a negative

the result of the two tests, separated by an interval of at least 4 months and

more than 12 months in accordance with Annex D chapter II of Directive

64/432/EEC;



(c)) all other animals in the herd is kept in the designated

the economy in the age of 24 months, and after that age

examination in accordance with Annex D of chapter II of Directive 64/432/EEC; regional

animal health management, however, may allow the animals to be relocated

directly for slaughter under the supervision of the official veterinarian;



(d) an epidemiological inquiry shall be carried out) with negative results, and the herds,

that have epidemiological link with the outbreak of disease, shall be subjected to

measures referred to in point (b)).



The regional veterinary services may, however, grant exemption from the obligation to

to slaughter the calf of an infected cow where it was separated from its mother immediately

after calving, and subjected to the measures referred to in point (c)).



E. based on the information provided to the Commission annually on the occurrence of diseases

can be a State or a part thereof declared officially free of enzootic bovine

leucosis in cattle, if:



and all the conditions are fulfilled) referred to in section A and at least 99.8%

of the bovine herds are officially free of enzootic bovine leukosis, or



(b)) was not in a State or part of the past three years has been confirmed

no case of enzootic bovine leukosis and the occurrence of tumors for which the

suspect that they are caused by a virus enzootic bovine leucosis is compulsory

reported and is carried out of the investigation of the cause and



AA) in the case of the State was all animals aged over 24 months in at least 10

% of herds, selected randomly, in the previous 24 months of examination, with

negative results, in accordance with Annex D chapter II of Directive

64/432/EEC, or



BB) in the case of the State of all the animals over 24 months of

subject to the previous 24 months with negative test results,

laid down in Annex D, chapter II of Directive 64/432/EEC, or



(c) any other method), it was shown with the reliability of 99%, that

were infected less than 0.2% of herds.



F. State or part will retain the status of officially free of enzootic bovine leukosis

bovine animals, if



and all animals slaughtered) in the territory of the State or its parts are

subjected to post-mortem examinations at which all tumours which

could be caused by a virus enzootic bovine leukosis, are sent to the

laboratory examination,



(b)) of all cases of enzootic bovine leukosis are reported to the Commission,



c) all animals which react positively to any of the tests

the tests referred to in chapter II of Annex D to Directive 64/432/EEC,

slaughtered and the herd from which they originate, remain subject to restrictions until

Re-establishment of their status in accordance with part D, and



(d)) all the animals over two years old are one in the first 5 years after

the granting of the status of the examination referred to in Annex D, chapter II of the directive

64/432/EEC, or in the same time as any other process

awarded with the reliability of 99% that less than 0.2 were infected%

herds. If, during at least five years, no case of

enzootic bovine leukosis in the State or its parts in the ratio of one flock

from 10 000, the Commission may decide that a common serological tests may be

limited, provided that all bovine animals over 12 months old in at least 1%

herds, selected at random each year, will be subjected to a test carried out in

accordance with chapter II of Annex D to Directive 64/432/EEC.



G. Status of a State or its part officially free of enzootic bovine leukosis


may be suspended by the Commission if the enquiry carried out in accordance with point

F finds significant changes in the situation as regards enzootic bovine leukosis

in the State or any part thereof which have been recognized as officially free

enzootic bovine leukosis. The status of a State or region officially free of the

enzootic bovine leukosis may be renewed by the Commission when they are met

the criteria laid down by the same procedure. ".



Annex 24



Ovine or caprine animals, State or region officially free or free

brucellosis (b. melitensis)



Chapter 1



I. ovine or caprine holding, State or region officially free of brucellosis

(B. melitensis)



A. an ovine or caprine Holding officially brucellosis-free (b. melitensis)

(hereinafter referred to as "brucellosis") means the



1. the economy in which



and all the animals are susceptible) for brucellosis for at least 12 months

been free from clinical or any other signs of brucellosis,



(b)) there is no ovine or caprine animals which have been vaccinated against brucellosis,

save those vaccinated at least two years previously with Rev. 1

or any other vaccine registered and approved by the Commission,



(c)) all ovine and caprine animals from holdings that were at the time of examination

older than 6 months, investigated with negative results, two tests,

carried out at an interval of 6 months or more in accordance with Annex C

Directive 91/68/EEC on animal health conditions governing

trade in ovine and caprine animals within the Community (hereinafter referred to as "the directive

91/68/EEC),



(d)) after the tests referred to in point (c)), there are only ovine or caprine animals

born on the holding or which have come from an officially

brucellosis-free or brucellosis-free under the conditions laid down in

paragraph (D), and in which they are still satisfied the requirements laid down in point (B);



2. a farm which is located in the State or region that were

recognised officially free from brucellosis in accordance with part II.



(B).



1. ovine or caprine holdings are officially free of brucellosis,

not in the part of the territory officially brucellosis-free, and in which it is for the

their recognition as officially free of brucellosis, carried out in the reception of the animals

accordance with the requirements of paragraph (D), examined every year a representative number of

sheep and goats over six months. The holding may retain status

an officially brucellosis-free if the results are

negative. The representative number of animals to be tested for

every economy consists:



and) from all of the uncastrated male aged 6 months,



(b)) of all the animals that have been taken to the holding since the previous

testing,



(c)) 25% of the females which have reached reproductive age (i.e., sexually

adults) or are in milk, in the number of at least 50 female on

economy. The exception is the economy, where there are fewer than 50 such

females; in such a case shall be examined by all female.



2. for the area which is not officially brucellosis-free, and in which there is more

than 99% of the ovine or caprine holdings are officially brucellosis-free, they can

be checking ovine or caprine holding officially free of brucellosis

carried out once every 3 years, provided that the holdings which

they are not officially brucellosis-free, are under official supervision or subject to

an eradication program.



(C).



1. where an ovine or caprine brucellosis has been officially free



and) one or more ovine or caprine animals are suspected of having brucellosis, the State

Veterinary Administration shall withdraw the status of the economy officially free

brucellosis. This status can only be provisionally suspended if the

the animals are immediately destroyed or isolated pending official

confirmation of the disease or to the official exclusion of suspicion of that disease;



(b)) confirmed brucellosis, the provisional suspension may be State

Veterinary Administration lifted only if they are all infected

animals and all animals of species susceptible to infection are slaughtered and

If the 2 tests, carried out at an interval of 3 months or more in accordance with the

Annex C to Directive 91/68/EEC, on all the animals of the holding over 6

months are negative.



2. If the holding referred to in paragraph 1 is situated in the area,

which is officially brucellosis-free, it shall inform the State Veterinary

the Administration immediately to the Commission and the other Member States. The State Veterinary

Administration:



and lets beat all infected) animals and all animals of species

susceptible to infection on the holding and to permanently inform the Commission and

the other Member States on the development of the situation;



(b) an epidemiological inquiry is carried out). An epidemiologically related herds

with an infected herd are subjected to the tests referred to in paragraph 1 (b).

(b)).



3. If an outbreak of diseases referred to in paragraph 2, the Commission confirmed after

evaluation of the circumstances of the new outbreak of brucellosis shall adopt, if it is to

This evaluation warrants, a decision suspending or

odnímající the area officially brucellosis-free status. If this

status withdrawn, the conditions for its renewal shall be determined by the same procedure.



D. sheep or goats may be accepted into an ovine or caprine holding

officially brucellosis-free if



a) come from an ovine or caprine officially brucellosis-free,

or



b) come from a brucellosis-free, and



AA) are individually marked in accordance with regulations of the European Union,



BB) have never been vaccinated against brucellosis or if they have been vaccinated-

-This was made more than 2 years ago. Females 2

years old which were vaccinated before the age of 7 months, may, however, be

the holding also adopted;



(c)) have been isolated in the holding of origin under the supervision of the official

veterinarian and, during such isolation underwent, with negative

the results of the 2 tests, carried out in an interval of at least six weeks in accordance with the

Annex C to Directive 91/68/EEC.



II. State or region officially free of brucellosis



E. State or region may be recognised officially free from brucellosis,

If



and at least 99.8%) ovine or caprine holding in the State or region is

officially free of brucellosis, or of State or region meets the following

terms and conditions:



AA) ovine or caprine brucellosis is a disease whose incidence is mandatorily reported

for a period of at least 5 years,



BB) for at least 5 years was no case of brucellosis has been officially confirmed

ovine or caprine animals,



CC) for at least 3 years of vaccination against brucellosis is prohibited;



(b)) in the State or region has satisfied the conditions laid down in point (a)), and



AA) in the first year after the recognition of a State or region free from brucellosis,

showed random checks carried out at the farm or at the slaughterhouse to

99% confidence, that was less than 0.2% infected farms, or

at least 10% of the ovine and caprine animals aged 6 months has undergone with negative

the results of the test carried out in accordance with Annex C to Directive 91/68/EEC;



BB) annually from the second year following recognition of a State or region free

brucellosis showed random checks carried out at the holding or at the

slaughterhouses with a 95% confidence that the countryside was less than 0.2%

economy, or at least 5% of the sheep and goats over 6 months

has undergone with negative results a test carried out in accordance with the annex to

(C) of Directive 91/68/EEC;



(c)), are still satisfied the conditions required for their recognition as officially

brucellosis-free.



Chapter 2



Ovine or caprine brucellosis-free



A. ovine or caprine holding is considered to be brucellosis-free,

If



1. in it



and all the animals are susceptible) for brucellosis for at least 12 months

been free from clinical or other signs of brucellosis; (b)) were all or

some of the sheep or goats vaccinated with Rev. 1 vaccine or any other

vaccine registered and approved by the Commission. Vaccinated animals

they are vaccinated before the age of 7 months;



(c)) were all vaccinated ovine and caprine animals from holdings at the time of examination

over 18 months, investigated with negative results, two tests separated by

at an interval of 6 months or more in accordance with Annex C to Directive

91/68/EEC;



(d)) were all non-vaccinated ovine and caprine animals from holdings at the time of examination

older than 6 months investigated with negative results, two tests separated by an

an interval of 6 months or more in accordance with Annex C to Directive 91/68/EEC;



(e)) are after the tests referred to in (c)), or (d)) only the sheep

and goats born on the holding or which have come from holdings

brucellosis-free within the conditions laid down in point D;



2. continue to be fulfilled the requirements laid down in point (B).



B. in each holding shall be examined annually by a representative number of

ovine and caprine animals and the holding may retain its status as the economy

brucellosis-free only if the results are negative.

The representative number of animals to be examined for each

the economy consists of:



and) from all of the uncastrated male aged 6 months who have not been

vaccinated,



(b)) of the uncastrated male over 18 months, who were

vaccinated,



(c)) of all the animals that have been taken to the holding since the previous

testing,



(d)) 25% of the females which have reached reproductive age (i.e., sexually

adults) or are in milk, in the number of at least 50 per


economy. The exception is the economy, where there are fewer than 50 such

females; in such a case shall be examined by all female.



(C).



1. Ovine or caprine brucellosis status shall be withdrawn

brucellosis, if one or more ovine or caprine animals

suspected of having brucellosis. However, this status can only be provisionally

suspended if the animals are immediately destroyed or isolated to

the official confirmation of the disease or to the official exclusion of a suspected

of this disease.



2. If brucellosis confirmed a provisional suspension may be

The State Veterinary Administration lifted only if all of the

infected animals and all animals of species susceptible to the disease

slaughtered and are in the interval of 3 months or more made in

accordance with Annex C to Directive 91/68/EEC 2 tests in all vaccinated

animals over 18 months of age and all unvaccinated animals over 6

months, in both cases with negative results.



D. sheep or goats may be accepted into an ovine or caprine holding

brucellosis-free if



1. originate from farms free or officially brucellosis-free,

or



2. originate from a holding other than referred to in (a)), and



and) are individually marked in accordance with regulations of the European Union,



b) come from a holding in which, after a period of at least 12 months

all animals belonging to species which are susceptible to brucellosis do not show

clinical or other signs of disease,



(c)) have not been vaccinated during the past 2 years, they were held in isolation in

the holding of origin under the supervision of the official veterinarian, and during

This period have undergone with negative results, two tests, carried out in

interval of at least six weeks in accordance with Annex C to Directive 91/68/EEC,

or were before the age of seven months and not less than 15 days before the

entering the holding of destination vaccinated with Rev. 1 vaccine or

other vaccine registered and approved by the Commission.



E. ovine or caprine brucellosis can be recognised as

holding officially free of brucellosis for at least a two-year period,

If



and no it is not) an animal that has been vaccinated against brucellosis in

during the previous two years,



b) conditions imposed in point (D) of paragraph 2 have been fulfilled throughout the

period,



(c)) at the end of the second year the test was carried out on all animals aged over 6

months, in accordance with Annex C to Directive 91/68/EEC, in all cases

negative.



1) Council Directive 92/119/EEC of 17 May. December 1992, which

introducing general Community measures for the control of certain diseases

animals and specific measures relating to swine vesicular disease in the

as amended.



Commission Directive 2007/10/EC of 21 June 1999. February 2007 amending

Annex II to Council Directive 92/119/EEC as regards the measures to

be taken within the protection zone in the wake of an outbreak of swine vesicular

disease of pigs.



Council Directive 82/894/EEC of 21 December 1988 December 1982 on the notification of diseases

animals in the community, as amended.



Council Directive 2000/75/EC of 20 May 1999. November 2000 establishing a

specific provisions relating to control and eradicate blue tongue

sheep, as amended.



Directive of the European Parliament and of the Council of 2012/5/EU of 14. March 2012,

amending Directive 2000/75/EC, with regard to vaccination against

Bluetongue.



Council Directive 2001/89/EC of 23 December 2003. October 2001 of the measures

The community for the eradication of classical swine fever, as amended.



Council Directive 92/66/EEC of 14 June 1993 July 1992 establishing

Community measures for the control of Newcastle disease, as

the text of the.



Council directive 2009/158/EC of 30 March 2004. November 2009 on animal health

conditions for trade in poultry and hatching eggs within the community

and imports from third countries, as amended.



Council Directive 92/35/EEC of 29 October April 1992, laying down the

rules and measures to combat African horse sickness, as amended.



Council Directive 78/52/EEC of 13 September 1993. December 1977 laying down

Community criteria for national plans for accelerated eradication

of brucellosis, tuberculosis and enzootic bovine leucosis.



Council Directive 77/391/EEC of 17 May. May 1977, introducing

Community measures for the eradication of brucellosis, tuberculosis and leucosis in

of bovine animals, as amended.



Council Directive 82/400/EEC of 14 June 1993 June 1982, amending

Directive 77/391/EEC and introducing a supplementary Community measure for the

the eradication of brucellosis, tuberculosis and leukóz in bovine animals, as amended.



Council Directive 64/432/EEC on health problems affecting trade in bovine animals and

intra-Community trade, as amended.



Council Directive 91/68/EEC of 28 June 1999. January 1991 concerning the animal

the conditions governing trade in ovine and caprine animals within the

The community, as amended.



Council Directive 80/1095/EEC of 11 December. November 1980 laying down

conditions for the territory of the community free of classical swine fever

and to maintain this territory from classical swine fever, as amended

the text of the.



Council Directive 2002/99/EC of 16 December 2002. December 2002 laying down the

animal health rules governing the production, processing, distribution and introduction

products of animal origin intended for human consumption.



1A) European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 999/2001 of 22 May 2001.

May 2001 laying down rules for the prevention, control and eradication of

certain transmissible spongiform encephalopathies, as amended.



Commission Regulation (EC) no 1266/2007 of 26 March. October 2007 on implementing

the provisions of Council Directive 2000/75/EC, as regards the control, monitoring,

surveillance and restrictions on movements of certain animals of susceptible species in relation to

Bluetongue, as amended.



European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no 1069/2009 of 21 October 2003.

October 2009 laying down health rules for animal by-products

origin and derived products not intended for human consumption, and

repeal of Regulation (EC) No 1774/2002 (the regulation for by-products

of animal origin).



1B) Article. 27 and annex I to Council decision 2009/470/EC.



1 c) Council decision 2009/470/EC.



1 d) annexes I and II to Council Directive 82/894/EEC.



1E) Commission decision 2005/176/EC.



1F) OIE Decision No. XXXI of 27 June. May 2004.



1 g) § 9 and 25 of law No 378/2007 Coll., on pharmaceuticals and on changes of some

related laws (law on medicinal products), as amended by Act No. 296/2008

SB.



1 h) Article. 3 (2). 1 European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No.

1069/2009.



2) European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no 1069/2009.



3) Act No. 155/2000 Coll., on the breeding, breeding and registration

farm animals and amending certain related laws

(plemenářský Act), as amended by Act No. 309/2002 Coll., Act No.

162/2003 Coll. and Act No. 288/2003 Coll.



4) § 3 (1). 3 Decree No. 289/2007 Coll., laying down animal health and public health requirements

requirements for animal products, which are not regulated directly

the applicable provisions of the European communities.



5) Commission Regulation (EC) no 1266/2007.



6) § 3 (1). 2 Act No 449/2001 Coll., on game management.



7) § 3 (1). 4 of Decree No. 289/2007 Sb.



8) § 4 paragraph 2. 1 and § 5 para. 2 (a). and Act No. 13)/1997 Coll., on

road traffic, as amended by Act No 281/1997 Coll., Act No.

259/1998 Coll., Act No. 146/1999 Coll., Act No. 101/2000 Coll., Act No.

132/2000 Coll., Act No. 491/2001 Coll., Act No. 256/2002 Coll., Act No.

259/2002 Coll. and Act No. 320/2002 Coll.



§ 3 para. 1 (b). a) Act No. 266/1994 Coll., on rail, as amended by law

No 23/2000 Sb.



9) Annex III of Council Directive 92/66/EEC.



10) European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 999/2001.



11) Decree No. 382/2003 Coll., on animal health requirements for

trade in animals and animal health conditions for imports from them

third countries, as amended.