Measures For The Control Of Foot And Mouth Disease And Its Prevention

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389/2004 Sb.



DECREE



of 23 December 2003. June 2004



on measures for the control of foot and mouth disease and its prevention, and

amending Decree No. 299/2003 Coll., on measures for the prevention and

control of diseases and diseases transmissible from animals to humans, as amended by

Decree No. 356/2004 Sb.



Change: 192/2015 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. and Act No. 316/2004 Coll. (hereinafter referred to

"the Act") to implement section 10, paragraph 1. 3 (b). a) and g) and § 51a para. 3

the law:



PART THE FIRST



MEASURES FOR THE CONTROL OF FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE AND ITS PREVENTION



TITLE I OF THE



INTRODUCTORY PROVISIONS



§ 1



The subject of the edit



This Decree in accordance with the law of the European Union "^ 1") governs



and) measures to control foot and mouth disease, applicable in cases

of an outbreak of that disease of whatever type of virus,



(b)) animal health requirements for animals and animal products originating in

the protection zone and the surveillance zone and restricted zone, as well as to the treatment of

with them,



(c)) the animal health conditions for emergency vaccination against foot-and-mouth disease,



(d)) the animal health measures to prevent foot-and-mouth disease, followers

in particular, to ensure effective protection against that disease and increase

preparedness of the competent authorities and people on its incidence.



§ 2



Definition of terms



For the purposes of this Ordinance, means the



a) animal of susceptible species-any of the animal, the animal in the

pet or wild animal of the order Artiodactyla

(Cloven-hoofed animals having), suborders Ruminantia (Přežvýkaví), Sue's (Suiformes,

Suina, and Tylopoda) (Mozolnatci). In connection with certain

the specific measures, in particular the measures referred to in § 16 and 77, may

be for animals are susceptible to foot-and-mouth disease is considered on the basis of

scientific knowledge, as well as other animals, such as. animals of the orders

Stillbirths (rodents) or Proboscidae (Proboscidea)



b) economy-any agricultural or other premises, including circuses,

in which they are permanently or temporarily reared or kept animals of susceptible

of the species. For the purposes of section 11 (1) 1 However, this definition does not include parts

These objects, which are used to House people, except

When there are permanently or temporarily reared or kept animals of susceptible

species, including animals referred to in (a) and the second sentence), as well as

slaughterhouses, means of transport, border inspection station or

fenced areas in which they are kept and can be hunted animals

susceptible species, if such fenced areas are so large that they

are not feasible, the measures referred to in section 11,



c) herd-animal or group of animals kept on the holding, and

forming a single epidemiological unit. If it is kept on a holding more

than one herd, form a distinct unit and each herd has the same

health status,



d) keeper-any person or persons, either natural or legal,

ownership of an animal of a susceptible species or responsible for its possession, regardless of

on it, whether or not in return for payment,



e) enabling-written authorisation issued by the competent authority, which must

be necessary for subsequent copies of the checks provided for by the competent

the legislation,



f) incubation period-the period of time between infection and the occurrence of clinical

signs of foot-and-mouth, which is in cattle and pigs, for 14 days

sheep, goats and other animals of susceptible species for 21 days,



g) animal suspected of being infected-any animal of a susceptible species,

presenting such clinical signs, post-mortem lesions or reactions when

laboratory examination, justifying the suspicion of foot-and

mouth disease,



h) animal suspected of contamination-any animal of a susceptible species,

which according to the epizootiological information could come directly

or indirectly into contact with foot and mouth disease virus,



I) case of foot and mouth disease or animal infected with foot-and

-mouth disease-any animal of a susceptible species or the carcase of the animal

which was foot and mouth disease has been officially confirmed with regard to the criteria

referred to in annex 1 to this notice, on the basis of clinical

the signs or post-mortem changes, corresponding to the foot and mouth disease,

or the result of a laboratory examination carried out in accordance

with annex 13 to this Decree,



j) an outbreak of foot-and-mouth-a holding in which they are kept

animals of susceptible species and that meets one or more criteria

referred to in annex 1 to this notice,



to) primary outbreak-outbreak that epidemiologically unrelated to

previous outbreak in the same area, or the first outbreak in a different

area,



l) culling-killing of an animal without bleeding in a manner that is in the

accordance with the legislation on the protection of animals against cruelty ^ 2)



m) ' sanitary slaughter-urgent slaughter of animals which on the basis of

epidemiological information, clinical diagnosis or results

laboratory testing are not considered infected or

contaminated by the virus foot and mouth disease, including the slaughter because of

the protection of animals,



n) processing-one of the higher-risk of the confiscated material processing methods

of animal origin as defined in the legislation of the European Union ^ 3),

that is used in a manner that avoids the risk of spreading the foot-and-

mouth disease,



o) regionalisation-definition of the zone of control, in which the

limits are fixed for the movement of certain animals or

animal products, or for trafficking within the meaning of § 44 per

to prevent the spread of foot and mouth disease in the zone in which

There are no restrictions under this Ordinance,



p)-the territory of the region, as defined in section 3 (2). 4 of the Act,



q) sub-regions-the territory as defined in the legislation of the European

Union ^ 4),



r) Antigen and vaccine Bank of the European Union-appropriate facilities

designed for storage of reserves of the European Union as concentrated

inactivated Antigen of foot-and-mouth in order to produce

vaccines against foot-and-mouth disease, as well as immunological

veterinary medicinal products (vaccines) reconstituted from such

antigens and authorised in accordance with the specific legislation ^ 5),



s) emergency vaccination-vaccination according to § 49 paragraph 1. 1,



t) protective vaccination-emergency vaccination carried out on holdings

situated in a zone established to protect animals of susceptible

species found in this zone against the spread of the FMD virus

-aerogenní path or contaminated objects, with the intent of

keep alive the following vaccinated animals,



supresivním vaccination)-emergency vaccination carried out exclusively within the

mode of systematic slaughter (stamping-out method), if it is in

a farm or zone must as quickly as possible to reduce the amount

foot and mouth disease virus circulating and reduce the risk of its spreading in

the boundaries of the farm or zone, with the intent to spend and harmless

delete as follows vaccinated animals,



v) wild animal:-animal of a susceptible species which live outside

holdings or premises referred to in § 16 and 17,



w) primary case of foot and mouth disease in wild animals-

any case of foot and mouth disease detected in a wild animal

in the zone, in which no measures are in accordance with § 77 para. 2 or

3.



TITLE II



CONTROL OF FOOT-AND-MOUTH



Part 1



Reports of foot and mouth disease



§ 3



(1) the breeders and people who treat animals accompany them during

transport or supervise, are in accordance with § 11 para. 1 of the law

required to notify the regional Veterinary Administration, directly or

through a veterinarian, or the presence of foot-and-mouth

suspicion of its appearance and keep infected animals or animals

suspected of being infected, away from the areas where other animals are susceptible

species that could infect or contaminate the foot and

mouth disease.



(2) persons who, in the course of his profession in contact with animals

susceptible species or products derived from such animals, as

are official and private veterinarians and Veterinary Manager

laboratories, regional Veterinary Administration shall notify without delay any

the information found on the presence or suspected presence of foot

-and before making the official intervention.



§ 4



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

(a). about point 2 of the Act shall notify) of the European Commission (hereinafter referred to as "the Commission"), and

the Member States of the European Union (hereinafter referred to as "Member State") the occurrence of

foot and mouth disease as soon as it is confirmed an outbreak of foot-and-mouth

or a primary case of foot and mouth disease in wild animals, and

gives them information and a written report in accordance with the requirements of

Annex No 2 to this Decree.



(2) the provisions of paragraph 1 are without prejudice to the provisions of the Special

^ 6) legislation concerning notification of diseases.



Part 2



Measures for the control of foot-and-mouth



Section 1



Measures in case of suspicion of an outbreak of foot and mouth disease



§ 5




Protective and control measures in case of suspicion of an outbreak of

foot and mouth disease



(1) if the holding contains one or more animals suspected of being infected

or suspected of being contaminated, regional Veterinary Administration will launch

without delay and to be carried out in the exercise of State veterinary supervision

investigation to confirm or exclude the presence of foot-and-mouth

in particular, removes or causes to take samples for laboratory examination

necessary for the confirmation of an outbreak of that disease in accordance with the criteria

referred to in annex 1 to this notice.



(2) as soon as the suspicion of foot and mouth disease reported, regional

animal health management in accordance with § 13 and § 49 paragraph 1. 1 (b). (d)) of the Act

in particular, it shall order the keeper



and took inventory of the numbers of animals), which are present on the holding, in

all categories and in each category of animals of susceptible species

the number of animals found already dead or suspected of being infected or

suspected of contamination;



(b) update the inventory data referred to) under (a)), and taking into account the

animals of susceptible species born or dying during the period of suspicion. Details

This inventory must be presented on request to the authorities of the State

surveillance, which is checked at each visit

the economy;



(c)) enrolled in a register of all milk, dairy products, meat, meat

products, carcasses, hides and skins, wool, semen, egg

the cells of the embryo, manure, slurry, manure, feed and litter found in the

economy and to update these entries;



(d) ensure that no) animal of a susceptible species shall not enter into the holding

or leave except in cases of holdings consisting of

an epidemiologically separate units within the meaning of section 18 and that all animals

susceptible species on the holding be kept in their housing

places or other places that enable their isolation;



e) placed in the entrances to buildings and other spaces 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 of effective disinfection

resources.



(3) the regional veterinary administration organizes the implementation of the epidemiological

the investigation under section 14, including sampling and laboratory testing of samples in accordance with

point 2.1.1.1. Annex No. 3 to this notice.



§ 6



The movement of animals and animal products from the farm or to the

the holding in the case of suspicion of an outbreak of foot and mouth disease



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

In addition to the law of conservation and control measures in accordance with § 5 disables

the movement from the holding of the suspect from the occurrence of the

an outbreak of foot and mouth disease, in particular



and the movement of meat) carcasses, meat products, milk,

milk products, semen, and embryos of animals of the egg cells of susceptible

species of animal feed, utensils, objects or other materials, such as. the waves,

hides and skins, bristles, origin of animal carcases, manure, slurry,

liquid manure, as well as any other objects and materials that

He could be transferred to foot and mouth disease virus from the holding,



(b)) the movement of animals of species not susceptible to foot-and-mouth disease,



(c)) the input and output of persons to or from the holding,



(d)) of the entry and exit of vehicles onto or out of the

economy.



(2) in the event of difficulties in storing the milk economy, the regional

animal health management in accordance with § 13 and § 49 paragraph 1. 1 (b). (d)) of the Act

to order the destruction of milk on the farm, or allow it to

transportation from the holding to the nearest possible place of harmless

removal or treatment ensuring the destruction of the FMD virus

mouth disease, under the supervision of the official veterinarian,

with resources so as to ensure that there is no spread of the virus

foot and mouth disease.



(3) the regional veterinary services may, however, in accordance with § 49 paragraph 1. 1 (b).

g) of the Act to proceed differently from paragraph 1 (a). b), c) and (d)) and to enable the

the movement from the holding subject

all the necessary conditions to prevent the spread of foot-and-mouth.



§ 7



Extension of measures on other holdings



(1) Safeguard and control measures referred to in paragraph 5 and 6 can be applied

in relation to another holding, whose position, design and

arrangement, or contacts with animals from the holding referred to in paragraph 5 of the

reason to suspect possible contamination.



(2) the regional Veterinary Administration shall apply the protective and control measures

referred to in section 5 and section 6 (1). 1 also on the premises or means of transport

referred to in section 17, if the presence of animals of susceptible species in such

premises or means of transport lead to the suspicion of důvodnému

epizootic diseases or of contamination.



§ 8



The temporary surveillance zone



(1) the regional veterinary services may, in accordance with § 13 and § 49 paragraph 1. 1

(a). (d)), or (b). (c)) of the Act define the temporary surveillance zone

where required by the epidemiological situation, in particular in cases of high

the concentration of animals of susceptible species, intensive movement of animals

or movement of persons in contact with animals of susceptible species, the delayed

the announcement of the suspected presence of foot-and-mouth, or incomplete

information about the origin and possible paths of introduction of FMD virus

mouth disease.



(2) in relation to the holding in which the animals are kept, susceptible

species and which are located in the temporary surveillance zone, always apply

at least protective and control measures referred to in § 5 para. 1, para. 2

(a). a), b) and (d)) and section 6 (1). 1.



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

may be supplemented by a temporary ban on any movement of any

animals in a large part or on the whole territory of the Czech Republic. The duration of the

the ban on the movement of animals of species not susceptible to foot-and-mouth disease

However, may not exceed 72 hours in addition to the cases justified

exceptional circumstances.



§ 9



Program recovery



(1) the regional Veterinary Administration may, on the basis of the epidemiological

information or other evidence and in accordance with § 49 paragraph 1. 1 (b). (d)) of the Act

to introduce the program to repair, including preventive killing of animals

susceptible species on the holding are kept and which could be

contaminated, as well as-if necessary-animals that are kept in the

epidemiologically-linked units or in the immediately

the adjacent farms.



(2) if the procedure referred to in paragraph 1, samples shall be taken and

be carried out with clinical examinations of animals of susceptible species, at least in

accordance with point 2.1.1.1. Annex No. 3 to this notice.



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

the Act shall inform the Commission of the trade and the disease control measures referred to in

paragraphs 1 and 2 prior to their introduction.



§ 10



Duration of the measures



Protective and control measures referred to in section 5 to 8 can be canceled up to

When the official exclusion of a suspicion of foot and mouth disease.



Section 2



Measures in case of confirmation of an outbreak of foot-and-mouth



§ 11



Protective and control measures in case of confirmation of an outbreak of foot and

mouth disease



(1) if in an officially confirmed an outbreak of foot and

-the regional veterinary services in accordance with section 15 and section 49 paragraph 2. 1

(a). (d)) of the Act shall order next to the conservation and control measures

referred to in section 5 to 7 immediately additional protective and control measures, and

it:



and) killing (on site) all animals of susceptible species kept in

economy. In exceptional circumstances, however, these animals can be

killed at the nearest location for that purpose, under the supervision of the official

veterinarian in such a way that excludes the risk of spread of the virus

foot and mouth disease during transport and spending habits of the animals. About such

exceptional circumstances and shall inform the Public of the measures taken

animal health management in accordance with § 48 para. 1 (b). of paragraph 2 of the law)

To the Commission;



(b) a sufficient number of appropriate subscription) samples, necessary for the

an epidemiological inquiry referred to in section 14, the official veterinarian prior to

or during the spending of animals of susceptible species in accordance with point

2.1.1.1. Annex 3 to this notice. In the case of the occurrence of secondary

an outbreak of foot-and-mouth, which is the focal point, which

an epidemiologically linked with a primary outbreak of the disease, in which the

the samples were in accordance with § 5 para. 1 removed in sufficient numbers,

necessary for the epidemiological inquiry referred to in section 14, may, however, regional

the Veterinary Administration to refrain from further sampling;



c) harmless removal and processing carcases of animals of susceptible species

dead on the farm or spent in accordance with subparagraph (a)) under the supervision of

the official veterinarian in such a way as to avoid

any risk of spreading the foot-and-mouth. These must be

the carcases of the separate reasons, zahrabány or burned, whether on site

or somewhere else, these activities must be carried out in accordance with the instructions


previously laid down in the framework of the contingency plans referred to in section 68;



(d) the location of all) of the products and the materials specified in § 5 para. 2

(a). (c)) up to exclude the possibility of contamination, or until their

treatment according to the instructions of the official veterinarian in a way that

ensure destruction of foot-and-mouth, or until their

processing.



(2) following the killing of animals of susceptible species and their carcases and processing

After the implementation of conservation and control measures referred to in paragraph 1

(a). (d) regional Veterinary Administration) shall ensure that



and) were in accordance with section 12 of the cleaning and disinfection of buildings used for

housing animals of susceptible species, around these buildings and transport

the resources used for the transport of animals, as well as other buildings, all

equipment and materials that could be contaminated,



(b)) have been disinfected by appropriate means also a residential or Office

areas in the economy, if there is reason to suspect that they may be

contaminated with foot-and-mouth



(c)) was a repopulation, which means the start of a new breed

animals on the holding, carried out in accordance with Annex No. 5 to this

the Decree.



§ 12



Cleaning and disinfection



(1) the cleaning and disinfection procedures, which are an integral part of the

protective and control measures provided for in this Decree shall be



and) carried out in accordance with the principles and procedures set forth in annex No. 4

This Decree, with the instructions of the regional Veterinary Administration and under the supervision of

the official veterinarian, using disinfectants and

their concentration allowed in accordance with the particular legal

Regulation ^ 7), in a manner ensuring the destruction of the FMD virus

mouth disease,



(b)) are carried out, including pest control so as to be limited as much as possible

the adverse repercussions on the environment,



(c) approved by the duly recorded) the official veterinarian.



(2) the cleaning and disinfection are used available disinfectants

resources that have the highest disinfection effects and as small as possible

harmful effects on human health and the environment.



section 13 of the



Detection and treatment of the products and materials derived from animals infected with the

foot-and-mouth disease or from animals that were in contact with them



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

the Act further directs that the products and the materials referred to in § 5 para. 2

(a). (c)), obtained from animals or from animals of susceptible species and

coming from the holding on which it was confirmed an outbreak of foot

and mouth disease, as well as sperm, egg cells and embryos collected from animals

susceptible species present in this holding during the period between the

the probable introduction of foot and mouth disease to the holding and

the introduction of conservation and control measures, traced and processed,

or, in the case of other materials than sperm, egg cells and embryos-

treated, and under the supervision of the official veterinarian in a way

to ensure destruction of foot-and-mouth, and prevents the risk of

its spread.



§ 14



An epidemiological inquiry



(1) an epidemiological inquiry relating to outbreaks of foot-and-mouth

especially for this purpose shall be carried out by trained official veterinary surgeons on

the basis of questionnaires, prepared within the framework of the national contingency

the plans of action for maintaining a high level of awareness and preparedness

the presence of foot-and-mouth, as well as environmental protection (hereinafter

"a contingency plan") referred to in section 68, so as to ensure

consistency, speed, and targeted focus of this investigation. When

epidemiological investigation has in particular



and) time that foot and mouth disease could be present in the

the holding before the disease was suspected on or before

was reported;



(b) the possible origin of the virus), foot and mouth disease on the holding and the identification of

(specify) other holdings where animals are kept or suspected of

disease or suspected of being infected with the foot-and-mouth contamination from

the same source;



(c)) the possible range of infected or contaminated animals other susceptible species

before cattle and pigs;



(d)) the movement of animals, people, vehicles, products and materials

referred to in § 5 para. 2 (a). (c)), which may be the virus of foot and

mouth disease transmitted from a holding or holdings.



(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 inform the Commission and the other Member States of the

the epidemiological situation and the spread of foot and mouth disease and regularly

updates this information, depending on the evolution of the situation.



§ 15



Additional measures in case of confirmation of an outbreak of foot-and-mouth



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

(a). (d)) of the Act require that, besides the animals of susceptible species have been killed

also animals of species not susceptible to foot-and-mouth disease, which are

present on the holding where an outbreak of foot and was confirmed

mouth disease, and to be disposed of and their carcases are processed.

However, this does not apply in the case of animals which



and isolate) can be effectively cleaned and disinfected and



(b)) are individually marked, in the case of equidae in accordance with the

regulations of the European Union, and this means that allow control of their

the movement.



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

(a). (d)) of the Act requires the protection and control measures referred to in section 11

paragraph. 1 (b). and) in relation to an epidemiologically related units

or to the immediately neighboring economies, where epidemiological

information or other evidence justifying the suspicion of their possible

contamination. Samples shall be taken and clinical examinations of animals of susceptible

species shall be carried out in accordance with point 2.1.1.1. Annex No. 3 to this notice.



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

the Act shall inform the Commission of the trade and the disease control measures referred to in

paragraph 2, if possible, before they are implemented.



(4) in case of confirmation of a primary outbreak of foot and mouth disease shall take

the regional Veterinary Administration without delay all necessary measures to

emergency vaccination in the territory at least as large as the surveillance zone

as defined under section 20. It can also accept the conservation and control measures

referred to in section 8 and 9.



Section 3



Measures in special cases



section 16 of the



Measures in the vicinity or within certain specific areas where

they are temporarily or permanently kept animals of susceptible species



(1) a threat to an outbreak of foot-and-mouth infecting animals

susceptible species in breeding of experimental animals ^ 2), Zoo,

a nature reserve or a fenced-off area, or in facilities

approved under a special legal regulation ^ 8), and if this

animals are kept for scientific purposes or for reasons of conservation of species or

farm animal genetic resources, the regional animal health management in

accordance with section 15 and section 49 paragraph 2. 1 (b). (d)) of the Act shall take all protective and

control measures necessary in terms of bio-security in order to

the protection of these animals from becoming infected. Such measures may also include

restrictions on access to public facilities or the subordination of this entry

special conditions.



(2) where an outbreak of foot and mouth disease is confirmed in one of the places

referred to in paragraph 1, the regional veterinary services may, in accordance with section

paragraph 49. 1 (b). g) of the Act to adopt protective and control measures

different from section 11 para. 1 (b). and), provided that this will not be

vulnerable to the essential interests of the European Union, in particular the health status of

the other Member States, and that all necessary measures are taken

to prevent the spread of foot-and-mouth.



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

the law shall notify the Commission of the procedure under paragraph 2. In

the case of farm animal genetic resources information must

contain a reference to a list of the holdings referred to in § 73 para. 2 (a). (f)),

on the basis of which the competent authority shall determine in advance the holding as

the Foundation-bred animals of susceptible species necessary to maintain

the breed.



§ 17



Measures at the slaughterhouse, the border veterinary stations and in

means of transport



(1) If a confirmed case of foot and mouth disease at a slaughterhouse, on the

the border inspection post or in the means of transport, regional

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

orders without delay this protective and control measures:



and the killing of all) animals of susceptible species present on the

places,



b) harmless removal and processing of carcasses of animals listed under the

(a)) under the supervision of the official veterinarian in such a

in a way that prevents any risk of spreading the foot and

mouth disease,



(c)) and the processing of other disposal of animal carcases

origin, including offal from animals infected or suspected of being infected

or suspected of being contaminated, under the supervision of the official veterinarian.

a doctor in a manner that will prevent any risk of spreading the virus


foot and mouth disease,



d) disinfection of manure, slurry and manure, which can be moved to

further treatment only in accordance with the legislation of the European Union ^ 9),



e) cleaning and disinfecting the buildings, equipment and means of transport in the

accordance with section 12 and the instructions of the regional Veterinary Administration, under the supervision of

the official veterinarian,



(f)) the epidemiological inquiry pursuant to section 14.



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

the Act also require that



and) in contact holdings was made to conservation and control

the measures referred to in section 19,



(b)) to the losers, inspection or transport to the premises or means of

the funds referred to in paragraph 1 has not been granted any animals after

for at least 24 hours after completion of cleaning and disinfection in accordance with paragraph 1

(a). (e)), and



(c)) where required by the epidemiological situation, in particular in the case of

the suspected contamination of animals of susceptible species on the holdings close to the

premises or means of transport referred to in paragraph 1-differently from

section 2 (a). (b) the second sentence reported occurrence) outbreaks of foot and mouth disease in the

premises or means of transport referred to in paragraph 1 and to

was made to safeguard and control measures referred to in articles 11 and 20.



Section 4



Economy consisting of an epidemiologically separated units and

contact holding



section 18



Economy consisting of an epidemiologically separated units



(1) in the case of the infected holding which consists of two or more

separate units, the regional animal health management in the rare

the case, and after careful assessment of the risk in accordance with § 49 paragraph 1. 1

(a). g) of the Act to proceed differently from § 11 (1) 1 (b). and) in relation to the

those units that holding, which are not affected by foot-and

mouth disease.



(2) the procedure referred to in paragraph 1, however, is possible only provided that the official

the veterinarian confirms the investigation pursuant to § 5 para. 1, that already at the

on the day of an outbreak of foot and mouth disease on the holding have been

complied with after a period corresponding to at least twice the incubation period

the following conditions to prevent the spread of foot-and-mouth between

units referred to in paragraph 1:



a) structure, including the Administration, and the size of the premises allow a complete

separation of housing and care of the distinct herds of animals of susceptible species,

including a separate airspace,



(b)) activity in different units, in particular activities in the stables and on the

grazing, animal feed and disposal of manure, slurry and manure are completely

operationally separated and carried out by different personnel,



c) machines, animals of species not susceptible to foot-and-mouth disease, used

to work, facilities, equipment, tools and disinfectants that are used

in the units are completely separate.



(3) the procedure different from section 11 para. 1 (b). (d)), relating to the milk may

be allowed holding producing milk provided that



and those farms meet the conditions) referred to in paragraph 2,



b) milking in each unit is carried out separately and



(c) the milk is subjected to, at least) one of the treatments described in part

A or B of Annex 9 to this Decree, and depending on his next

the use of the.



(4) if the regional animal health management procedure referred to in paragraph

1, provides at the same time detailed rules for its application.



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

the Act shall inform the Commission on the application of differentiated procedures referred to in paragraph

1 and of the details of the measures taken.



§ 19



Contact holding



(1) the holding shall be considered as a contact if the official veterinary

the doctor finds, or on the basis of confirmed data, considers that this

the economy could be introduced foot and mouth disease virus, in

as a result of the movement of persons, animals, products of animal origin, transport

resources or in any other way either from other holdings to the

the holding referred to in § 5 para. 1 or § 11 (1) 1, or the reverse of the

the holding referred to in § 5 para. 1 or § 11 (1) 1 to another

economy.



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

the law shall ensure that



a), in relation to the applied protection and contact holding

control measures referred to in § 5 para. 2 and § 6, until the

the suspected presence of foot-and-mouth in the call

the holding out of the question according to the criteria listed in annex 1 to this

the decree and the outcome of the investigation in accordance with the requirements referred to in point 2.1.1.1.

Annex No. 3 to this notice;



(b)) has not been moved no animals from contact holdings during a period

corresponding to the incubation period specified for the species of animal in section 2 of the

(a). (f) Regional Veterinary Administration) may, however, in accordance with § 49 paragraph 1. 1

(a). g) of the Act allow differently from § 5 para. 2 (a). (d) the transport of animals)

susceptible species under the supervision of the official veterinarian directly to a

the nearest designated slaughterhouse for immediate slaughter. Before enabling this

However, the transport must be carried out by an official veterinarian

at the very least a clinical examination of all the animals of susceptible species in the

the holding referred to in point 1 of annex 3 to this notice.



(3) if the regional Veterinary Administration concludes that it allows you to

the epidemiological situation, may be recognised as contact holdings within the meaning of

paragraph 1 a single epidemiological unit of the holding, including animals,

There are, however, only provided that this

an epidemiological unit meets the requirements of section 18.



(4) If you cannot exclude the epidemiological link between the outbreak

foot and mouth disease and premises or means of transport referred to in

section 16 or section 17, regional Veterinary Administration shall ensure that in relation

These spaces and means applied conservation and

control measures referred to in § 5 para. 1 and 2 and § 6, or section 9.



Section 5



Protection and surveillance zones



section 20



The establishment of protection and surveillance zones



(1) where an outbreak of foot and mouth disease is confirmed, the regional veterinary

manage in accordance with § 3 and § 49 paragraph 1. 1 (b). (d)), or (b). (c))

act immediately



and this outbreak) shall establish around the protection zone with a minimum radius of 3 km and

a surveillance zone of a radius of at least 10 km. When defining the two zones

take into account administrative boundaries, natural barriers, options

control and scientific findings, allowing to predict the likely spread of

foot and mouth disease virus by air or any other means. After considering the

those criteria can be adjusted as appropriate boundaries;



(b) ensure the designation of the protection zone) and a surveillance zone of a sufficiently

large warning signs on roads at points of entry into the

zones;



(c)) shall ensure as soon as possible to trace the animals relocated from both zones in

the time of at least 21 days before the date of the beginning of the disease in two years '

a holding in the protection zone, as well as trace

fresh meat, meat products, raw milk and raw milk

products, originating in the protection zone and produced between the date of

the anticipated introduction of foot and mouth disease virus into the holding and

the date of entry of the protective and control measures referred to under (a))

in force, and their treatment in accordance with section 24 or section 25 and 26,

or their suspension until such time as the official exclusion of their possible

foot and mouth disease virus contamination;



d) organizes cooperation with the competent authority of the crisis management ^ 10) and

the Group of experts pursuant to § 74 when carrying out the epidemiological inquiry

under section 14 and the conservation and control measures in accordance with this Ordinance.



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

and (3) of the Act shall cooperate with the competent authorities of the other Member States

When the tracing of animals and fresh meat, meat products, raw

milk and raw milk products referred to in paragraph 1 (b). (c)) and shall inform the

The Commission and the other Member States of the results of this follow-up.



section 21



The measures applied to holdings in the protection zone



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

(d)), or (b). (c)) of the Act shall ensure that in the protection zone

applied this protective and control measures:



and) registration of all holdings keeping animals of susceptible species in the protection

zone, continually updated, and a census of all animals kept in these

holdings;



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

they are kept. The regional veterinary services may, however, in accordance with section 49

paragraph. 1 (b). g) of the Act allow their direct transport to the required

the slaughter to a slaughterhouse located in that zone or

-If they are not in the zone no slaughterhouse to a slaughterhouse-specified under

the supervision of the official veterinarian, on means of transport

After each journey, are under the supervision of the official veterinarian

cleaned and disinfected. However, you can enable such carriage to

clinical examination of all the animals of susceptible species present in


the holding has been carried out by an official veterinarian in accordance with point

1 of annex 3 to this Decree, and after the assessment of the epidemiological

circumstances, if these examinations and assessment confirms that there is no reason to

the suspected presence of infected or contaminated animals in

economy. The meat of slaughtered animals shall be subject to the measures referred to in paragraph

24.



(2) the regional veterinary services carried out in the exercise of State

the veterinary supervision of periodic visits to all holdings with animals

susceptible species in the protection zone in a way to prevent the spread of the virus

foot and mouth disease, which could be in these holdings

present. The checks shall focus on the relevant documentation, in particular

the inventories referred to in paragraph 1 (b). and), and on the protection and control

the measures applied to prevent the introduction or escape of foot and

mouth disease. They may also include a clinical examination referred to in point 1

Annex No. 3 to this decree or the taking of samples from animals of susceptible

species in accordance with point 2.1.1.1. Annex No. 3 to this notice.



section 22



The movement and transport of animals and their products in the protection zone



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

or (b). (c)) of the Act provides for the protection zone ban



and the movement of animals) and their products between holdings and transport of

animals of susceptible species in the zone



(b)) the venue of the markets, exhibitions and other leads animals of susceptible species, including

their collecting and trading with them,



c) breeding of animals of susceptible species, if it occurs

the movement of animals,



d) artificial insemination and collection of egg cells and embryos of animals of susceptible

of the species.



Article 23 of the



Additional measures



(1) the regional veterinary services may, in accordance with § 15, § 49 para. 1

(a). (d)), or (b). (c)) and section 55 of the Act extend the prohibitions referred to in §

22 on the



and the movement or transport of animals) of species not susceptible to foot-and

mouth disease between holdings situated in the protection zone, or

from the protection zone or into the protection zone,



(b)) the transport of animals of all species through the protection zone,



(c)) the collection of people who might have been in contact with animals

susceptible species, where there is a risk of spreading the foot-and-

mouth disease,



d) artificial insemination of or collection of egg cells and embryos of animals of the species

not susceptible to foot and mouth disease,



(e) the movement of means of transport), intended for the transport of animals,



(f)) the slaughter of animals of susceptible species on the holding for a private

consumption,



(g)) the transport of feedingstuffs, bulk feed, hay and straw produced in

the protection zone to a holding in which the animals are kept, susceptible

of the species.



(2) the regional veterinary services may, however, in accordance with § 49 paragraph 1. 1 (b).

g) of the Act allow



and transport of animals) of all species through the protection zone around the main

the road moves ^ 11) or railways,



(b)) the transport of animals of susceptible species which, according to the animal health certificate

come from holdings situated outside the protection zone and are

transported on designated road directly to the designated slaughterhouse for the purpose of necessary

slaughter, with the means of transport used must be unloaded on

the slaughterhouse is cleaned and disinfected under the supervision of the official veterinarian.

the doctor and the cleaning and disinfection must be entered in the log book

means of transport,



c) artificial insemination of animals on the holding by employees

This farm using semen collected from animals in this

holding semen stored on that holding or

semen delivered from a semen collection centre or centres for the collection of

semen (hereinafter referred to as "semen collection centre") on the outer edge of this

economy,



(d)) the movement and transport of equidae in compliance with the conditions referred to

in annex 6 to this Ordinance,



e) transport of feedingstuffs, bulk feed, hay and straw produced in

the protection zone to a holding in which the animals are kept, susceptible

the species, in compliance with the specified conditions (section 32).



section 24



Measures concerning the fresh meat obtained in the protection zone



(1) into circulation cannot be exposed fresh meat, minced meat and meat preparations

obtained



and) from animals of susceptible species originating in the protection zone,



(b)) of the animals of susceptible species produced in the enterprise in

the protection zone.



(2) fresh meat, minced meat and meat preparations as referred to under (a))

they must bear a health mark in accordance with a special

^ law 12) and subsequently transported in sealed containers

until the company designated by the regional Veterinary Administration for processing

meat products treated in accordance with point 1 of part A of annex 7 to this

the Decree.



(3) on the basis of the authorization (section 33), however, the ban on the marketing of fresh meat,

minced meat and meat preparations into circulation referred to



and in paragraph 1 (a)). a), does not apply to fresh meat, minced meat and

meat preparations from animals of susceptible species originating in the protection

bands with date of production for at least 21 days before the date considered to be the beginning

infection on a holding in the protection zone, from the

manufactured and transported separately from such meats produced after that date. This

the meat must be readily distinguished from meats not eligible for

the dispatch from the protection zone, and that the use of a clear indication by

special legal regulation ^ 13);



(b) in paragraph 1 (a)). (b)), does not apply to fresh meat, minced meat and

meat preparations which come from a holding situated in an

the protection zone, in which the following conditions are true:



1. the undertaking is under strict veterinary control carried out within

the State veterinary supervision; in the undertaking shall only be processed fresh

meat, minced meat and meat preparations as referred to under (a)), or

fresh meat, minced meat and meat preparations obtained from animals reared

and slaughtered outside the protection zone or from animals transported to the

the company and slaughtered in this undertaking in accordance with § 23 para. 2 (a). (b));



2. all such fresh meat, minced meat and meat preparations are

bear the health mark referred to in the Special

^ 14) legislation;



3. all such fresh meat, minced meat and meat preparations are

during the whole process of production laid down in a way clearly indicated and

are stored and transported separately from meat, minced meat and meat

preparations which are not eligible under this Ordinance to be sent from

the protection zone.



(4) If fresh meat, minced meat and meat preparations as referred to in

paragraph 3 (b). b) intended for trade between Member States (hereinafter referred to as

"trading") the public health certificate, the certificate also confirms its

compliance with the conditions referred to in paragraph 3 (b). b). State Veterinary

manage in accordance with § 48 para. 1 (b). of paragraph 2 of the law) shall forward to the Commission and

other Member States the list of establishments approved for the purposes of

certification in these cases.



(5) the procedure referred to in paragraph 3 may be subject to, in particular as regards

the health marking of meat produced from animals of susceptible

species originating in the protection zone, lasting for a period of more than 30

days, the special conditions laid down by the authorities of the European Union.



§ 25



Measures concerning meat products produced in the protection zone



(1) into circulation cannot be exposed meat products derived from animals of susceptible

species originating in the protection zone.



(2) on the basis of the authorization (section 33), however, the ban on the marketing of meat products to the

circulation, referred to in paragraph 1, shall not apply to meat products which have been

undergo one of the treatments referred to in point 1 of part A of annex # 7 to the

This Decree, or made from meat referred to in § 24 para. 3 (b). and).



section 26



Measures concerning milk and milk products produced in the protection

zone



(1) into circulation cannot be



and) milk derived from animals of susceptible species originating in the protection

zone and milk products produced from such milk,



b) milk and milk products derived from animals of susceptible species produced in the

the company located in the protection zone.



(2) on the basis of the authorization (section 33), however, the ban on the marketing of milk and milk

products on the market, referred to



and in paragraph 1 (a)). a), does not apply to milk derived from animals

susceptible species originating in the protection zone and milk products

made from such milk



1. the date of manufacture for at least 21 days before the date considered to be the beginning

infection on a holding in the protection zone, from the

manufactured and transported separately from milk and milk products produced

After that date, or



2. having undergone one of the treatments referred to in parts A or B of Annex # 9

This Decree, depending on the further use of milk and milk

products. This treatment shall be carried out in an enterprise located in the protection

zone under the conditions set out in paragraph 3, or, if no such

undertaking in the protection zone-the specified in the undertaking of the provincial animal health

the Administration and outside the protection zone under the conditions set out in

paragraph 5,




(b) in paragraph 1 (a)). (b)), does not apply to milk and milk products produced by

in an undertaking situated in the protection zone under the conditions set out in

paragraph 3.



(3) an undertaking referred to in paragraph 2 (a). and (c) of paragraph 2 or). (b)) must

be subject to the following conditions:



and) under strict veterinary control carried out within

the State veterinary supervision,



b) all milk used in the enterprise meets the requirements of paragraph 2 (a).

and), or of raw milk obtained from animals outside

the protection zone,



c) milk production during the whole process is set out in a manner clearly

marked and shall be stored and transported separately from raw milk and

raw milk products which are not destined for dispatch outside the protection

bandwidth,



d) raw milk from holdings situated outside the protection zone

transported to the establishment of means of transport which have been before the start of

of transport cleaned and disinfected and that then they do not have any

contact with holdings in the protection zone, in which they are held

animals of susceptible species.



(4) if the milk intended for trade, the certificate of health

certificate to certify also the conditions referred to in paragraph 3.

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

the Act shall send the Commission and the other Member States the list of enterprises

approved for certification purposes in these cases.



(5) in the transport of raw milk from holdings situated in the

the protection zone to a holding situated outside the protection zone and when

the processing of that milk shall be subject to the following conditions:



and the processing of raw milk) obtained from animals of susceptible species

they are kept in a protection zone, in a business that is outside the

a protection zone, has enabled the regional Veterinary Administration;



(b)) to enable the regional Veterinary Administration contains precise instructions on how to

transport of raw milk, including the determination of the route of transportation to a designated

the undertaking;



c) transport shall be carried out in vehicles which were before the start of

transport cleansed and disinfected, are constructed and maintained,

to avoid leakage of milk during transport, and are equipped to

avoid formation of aerosol during loading and unloading;



d) before leaving the holding from where milk of animals comes

susceptible species, cleaning and disinfection operations have been carried out connectors

hoses, tires, wheel arches, lower parts of the means of transport and

any vyteklého of milk. After the last disinfection and before leaving the

the protection zone cannot transport resources come into any contact with the

holdings in the protection zone where animals of susceptible are kept

species;



e) means of transport are strictly reserved for the specified geographical

or administrative area, are classified accordingly and can be moved to

other areas only after cleaning and disinfection carried out under the supervision of

the official veterinarian.



(6) the collection and transport of samples of raw milk obtained from animals

susceptible species from holdings situated in the protection zone to

the laboratory, with the exception of veterinary diagnostic laboratory approved

for the diagnosis of foot-and-mouth, and the processing of the milk in such

the laboratory shall be prohibited.



section 27 of the



Measures relating to semen, the egg cells and embryos collected from

animals of susceptible species in the protection zone



(1) into circulation cannot be sperm, egg cells and embryos collected from

animals of susceptible species originating in the protection zone.



(2) on the basis of the authorization (section 33), however, the ban on the marketing of semen,

the egg cells and embryos into circulation referred to in paragraph 1, shall not apply to

sperm, egg cells and embryos collected, frozen and stored at least

21 days before the date of the beginning of the considered being infected with foot-and-

mouth disease in a holding in the protection zone.



(3) frozen semen, collected in accordance with a special legislative

^ law 15) after the onset of the disease as referred to in paragraph 2,

must be stored separately and can be put into circulation only if

If



and the protection and control) all the measures related to the creation of an outbreak of

foot-and-mouth has been cancelled in accordance with section 35,



b) all the animals held in the semen collection centre have undergone a clinical examination

and in accordance with section 2.2. Annex No. 3 to this notice have been removed and

serologically examined samples to demonstrate that the semen collection centre is

free of the disease,



(c)), a serological survey has been carried out of the sample, taken from

the donor animal at least 28 days after collection of the semen, in order to

detection of antibodies against foot-and-mouth, with negative

as a result.



section 28



Transport and distribution of dung and manure of animals

susceptible species produced in the protection zone



(1) within the protection zone cannot be transported and spreading manure and

spray liquid manure and manure from holdings and premises and transport

the resources referred to in section 17, that are found in the protection zone and in

which animals of susceptible species are kept.



(2) the regional veterinary services may, however, in accordance with § 49 paragraph 1. 1 (b).

g) of the Act allow the manure of animals of susceptible species from the

a holding situated within the protection zone to a designated undertaking to

treatment in accordance with the legislation of the European Union ^ 9), or

temporary storage, and in the case of manure from a holding not subject to

protective and zdolávacím measures referred to in article 5 or in article 11, to

distribution on designated fields under the following conditions:



and) all manure has been produced at least 21 days before the date of prior

the beginning of infection on a holding in the protection zone and

manure, slurry or liquid manure are scattered or rozstřikovány close

the country away from the holding in which they are kept

animals of susceptible species, and ploughing into the ground, without delay or



(b)) in the case of manure from bovine animals or pigs



1. examination of all animals on the holding, made official

veterinarian, has ruled out the presence of animals suspected of being infected

infected with the foot-and-mouth



2. the entire volume of manure has been produced at least 4 days prior to the examination

all animals on the holding,



3. the manure is incorporated into the ground on designated fields close to the economy

origin and in sufficient distance to other holdings within

the protection zone where animals of susceptible species are kept.



(3) if the authorization of relocation of dung or manure from

holding on which animals of susceptible species are kept, shall be

effective measures are taken to prevent the spread of foot-and-mouth

in particular, must be provided, cleaning and disinfection of watertight transport

resources after loading and before leaving the holding.



section 29



Measures relating to hides and skins of animals of susceptible species in the protection

zone



(1) into circulation cannot be leather and skins of animals of susceptible species

originating in the protection zone.



(2) on the basis of the authorization (section 33), however, the ban on the marketing of hides and skins to

circulation referred to in paragraph 1 shall not apply to hides and skins which



and) were obtained for at least 21 days before the date of commencement of the diseases considered to be

on the holding referred to in § 11 (1) 1 and have been stored separately from

hides and skins obtained after that day, or



(b)) meet the conditions set out in point 2 of part A of annex 7 to this

the Decree.



section 30



Measures relating to sheep's wool, ruminant hair and pig bristles

originating in the protection zone



(1) into circulation cannot be sheep's wool, ruminant hair and pig bristles

originating in the protection zone.



(2) on the basis of the authorization (section 33), however, the ban on the marketing of sheep's wool, fur

ruminants and pig bristles into circulation referred to in paragraph 1 shall not apply

on a raw sheep's wool, ruminant hair and raw

unprocessed pig bristles



a) were produced at least 21 days before the date considered to be the beginning

the disease on the holding referred to in article 11 (1) 1 and have been stored

separately from the sheep's wool, ruminant hair and pig bristles

produced after that day, or



(b)) meet the conditions laid down in point 3 of part A of annex 7 to this

the Decree.



section 31



Measures concerning other animal products produced in

the protection zone



(1) into circulation cannot be animal products, not listed in § 24 to 30,

derived from animals of susceptible species originating in the protection zone.



(2) on the basis of the authorization (section 33), however, the ban on the marketing of other livestock

products referred to in paragraph 1 shall not apply to the products listed in

paragraph 1, which



a) were produced at least 21 days before the date considered to be the beginning

the disease on the holding referred to in article 11 (1) 1 and have been stored and

transported separately from products produced after that day,



(b)) have been treated in accordance with point 4 of part A of annex 7 to this

the Decree,



(c)), in the case of special products, the conditions laid down in points

5 to 9 of part A of annex # 7 to this Decree,



(d)) are a mixture of products that are not subject to further treatment and contain


other animal products that have been subjected to treatment having

the destruction of possible foot-and-virus or come

animals which are not subject to protective and zdolávacím measures pursuant to

of this order, or



(e)) are packed and intended for use as in-vitro diagnostic reagent

or as a laboratory reagent.



§ 32



Measures relating to animal feed, bulk feed, hay and straw originating in the

from the protection zone



(1) into circulation cannot be placed, roughage fodder, hay and straw

originating in the protection zone.



(2) on the basis of the authorization (section 33), however, the ban on the marketing of fodder, bulky

feed, hay and straw into circulation referred to in paragraph 1 shall not apply to



and) feed Roughages, hay and straw



1. which have been produced at least 21 days before the date considered to be the beginning

the disease on the holding referred to in article 11 (1) 1 and stored and

transported separately from feed, bulk feed, hay and straw

produced after that day,



2. intended for use within the protection zone allowed by the County

veterinary services,



3. produced in the areas in which they are not kept animals of susceptible

species, or



4. produced in the undertaking which are not kept animals of susceptible

species, and the raw materials originate from premises referred to in point 3 or the

areas situated outside the protection zone,



b) Roughages and straw produced on the holding in which they are

animals of susceptible species are kept, if this roughage and straw

comply with the requirements referred to in point 1 of part B of annex 7 to this

the Decree.



§ 33



Authorization of derogations and additional certification



(1) derogations from the prohibitions referred to in section 23 to 32 permits regional

animal health management in accordance with § 49 paragraph 1. 1 (b). g) of the Act by a decision of

based on the finding that all the conditions laid down are followed after

a sufficient period before the products leave the protection zone, and

that there is no risk of spreading the foot-and-mouth.



(2) any derogation from the prohibitions provided for in paragraph 24 to 32, with regard to the

products intended for trade must be subject to supplementary

certification.



§ 34



Additional measures applied in the protection zone



(1) the veterinary authorities may, in accordance with section 15 and section 48 para. 1

(a). (c)) or § 49 paragraph 1. 1 (b). (d)), or (b). (c)) of the Act, and when

taking into account the particular epidemiological, zootechnical,

commercial and social conditions in the affected area to receive the infected

In addition to conservation and control measures applied in the protection zone

According to this Decree, any additional safeguard and control measures

which are deemed necessary and proportionate to contain the FMD virus

mouth disease.



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

the Act shall inform the Commission and the other Member States of any additional

measures.



§ 35



Repeal of the measures in the protection zone



(1) Safeguard and control measures applied in the protection zone shall

be complied with until the time when



and since the killing of all) animals of susceptible species and the destruction of

their carcasses in the holding referred to in article 11 (1) 1, and from their

cleaning and disinfection of the holding carried out pursuant to § 12 have passed

at least 15 days,



(b)) in all the holdings where animals of susceptible species are kept,

and which are located in the protection zone, the investigation was carried out with the

negative results.



(2) after the dissolution of the conservation and control measures applicable to

the protection zone shall continue to be for at least 15 days in compliance with the conservation

and control measures to be applied to the surveillance zone as referred to in section 36 to

41, until their revocation pursuant to § 43.



(3) the investigation referred to in paragraph 1 (b). (b)) are carried out according to point 1 of the annex

No. 3 to this Decree and includes the measures referred to in point 2. 3. annexes

# 3 of this decree with regard to the criteria referred to in points 2.1.1.

and 2.1.3. Annex No. 3 to this notice.



section 36



Measures in holdings in the surveillance zone



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

(d)), or (b). (c)) of the Act shall ensure that in the surveillance zone

applied protective and control measures referred to in section 21 para. 1.



(2) the regional veterinary services may, however, in accordance with § 49 paragraph 1. 1 (b).

g) of the Act permit the transport of animals of susceptible species from holdings in

the surveillance zone for the purpose of slaughter directly to a slaughterhouse located outside the

the surveillance zone, where the capacity for the slaughter of animals in the surveillance zone

lack of, or if there is none, and under the supervision of the official

veterinarian.



(3) the authorisation for the transport of animals to the slaughterhouse referred to in paragraph 2 may be given

only when the following conditions are met:



and an inventory of the holdings referred to in §) 21, art. 1 (b). and) is controlled by

the official veterinarian and the epidemiological situation of the holding

does not justify the suspected of being infected or of being contaminated with a virus of foot and

mouth disease,



(b)) all animals of susceptible species on the holding has been inspected by the

the official veterinarian with a negative result,



(c)) was a representative number of animals, taking into account the statistical

the parameters referred to in point 2.2. Annex No. 3 to this Decree, thoroughly

clinically tested, in order to exclude the presence of clinically infected

or of suspect animals,



(d)) they are determined by the regional Veterinary Administration and are what

the closest surveillance zone



e) meat produced from such animals shall be treated under section 38.



§ 37



The movement of animals of susceptible species within the surveillance zone



(1) animals of susceptible species may leave the holding within the zone

supervision.



(2) the regional veterinary services may, however, in accordance with § 49 paragraph 1. 1 (b).

g) of the Act allow



and expulsion of animals without) their contact with animals of susceptible species from the

other holdings to pasture situated within the surveillance zone, but not

less than 15 days after the last outbreak of foot-and-mouth

in the protection zone,



(b)) the transport of animals for slaughter to a slaughterhouse located directly in

the same zone, and under the supervision of the official veterinarian,



(c)) the transport of animals in accordance with § 36 odst. 2 and 3,



(d)) the transport of animals in accordance with § 23 para. 2 (a). a) and (b)).



(3) the transfer of the animals referred to



and in paragraph 2 (a)). and), however, can only be enabled when

the basis of examination of all the animals of susceptible species present in

the economy, carried out by an official veterinarian including

examination of samples taken in accordance with section 2.2. Annex No. 3 to this

the Decree, can be ruled out the presence of animals suspected of being infected or

suspected of contamination,



(b) in paragraph 2 (a)). (b)), however, can only be enabled when they are with

satisfactory implemented protection and control measures referred to in

§ 36 odst. 3 (b). a) and (b)).



(4) the regional veterinary services shall ensure the traceability of the animals as soon as possible

susceptible species of relocated from the surveillance zone during the period of at least 21 days

before the date of commencement of the diseases considered to be on a holding in

in the corresponding protection zone.



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

of paragraph 2 of the law) the other Member States of the results of tracing animals

in accordance with paragraph 4.



§ 38



Measures concerning the fresh meat of animals of susceptible species

originating in the surveillance zone and of meat products produced from such meat



(1) into circulation cannot be



and) fresh meat, minced meat and meat preparations obtained from animals

susceptible species originating in the surveillance zone and of meat products produced

out of such meat,



(b)) fresh meat, minced meat, meat preparations and meat products obtained

from animals of susceptible species produced in the enterprise located in the zone

supervision.



(2) the regional veterinary services may, however, in accordance with § 49 paragraph 1. 1 (b).

g) of the Act may decide to ban the marketing of fresh meat, minced meat

and meat preparations into circulation referred to in paragraph 1 (b). and)

does not apply to



and) fresh meat, minced meat and meat preparations with the date of manufacture, at least

21 days before the date of the beginning of the disease considered holding

located in the corresponding protection zone, from the date of manufacture and storage

transported separately from such meats produced after that date. This meat must

be readily distinguished from meats not eligible for dispatch from the zone

supervision, and by using a clear indication by the special legal

prescription ^ 13);



(b)) fresh meat, minced meat and meat preparations derived from animals

transported to the slaughterhouse under conditions at least as strict as

are the conditions referred to in § 36 odst. 3 (b). a) to (e)), and provided

the meat is subjected to the measures referred to in paragraph 3 (b). and);



c) meat products derived from fresh meat from animals

susceptible species out of the surveillance zone, which bears the health

certificate in accordance with special legislation ^ 12) and which is

transported under the supervision of the official veterinarian until the undertaking

intended for its treatment in accordance with point 1 of part A of annex 7 to this

the Decree.




(3) the regional veterinary services may, however, in accordance with § 49 paragraph 1. 1 (b).

g) of the Act may decide to ban the marketing of fresh meat, minced meat,

meat preparations and meat products referred to in paragraph 1 (b). (b))

does not apply to



and) fresh meat, minced meat and meat preparations which come from

the company, situated in the surveillance zone in which these are true

terms and conditions:



1. the undertaking is under strict veterinary control carried out within

the State veterinary supervision,



2. the undertaking shall only be processed fresh meat, minced meat and meat

semi-finished products referred to in paragraph 2 (a). (b)) and subject to the additional terms and conditions

referred to in part (B) of Annex 8 to this Ordinance, or fresh meat,

minced meat and meat preparations obtained from animals reared and slaughtered

outside the surveillance zone or from animals transported to the enterprise in accordance with §

23 para. 2 (a). (b)),



3. all such fresh meat, minced meat and meat preparations are

bear the health mark referred to in the Special

^ 14) legislation,



4. all such fresh meat, minced meat and meat preparations are

during the whole process of production laid down in a way clearly indicated and

are stored and transported separately from meat, minced meat and meat

preparations which are not eligible under this Ordinance to be sent from

the surveillance zone



(b) meat products produced in the) company located in the surveillance zone

that correspond to the requirements of paragraph 2 (a). (c)), or are made of

meat meeting the requirements of subparagraph (a)).



(4) If fresh meat, minced meat and meat preparations intended for

trading, the health certificate must certify also

compliance with the conditions referred to in paragraph 3. The State Veterinary Administration

accordance with § 48 para. 1 (b). of paragraph 2 of the law) shall transmit to the Commission and the other

Member States a list of the firms approved for certification purposes in

these cases.



(5) the procedure referred to in paragraph 2 may be subject to, in particular as regards

the health marking of meat produced from animals of susceptible

species originating in the surveillance zone, lasting for a period of more than 30 days,

specific conditions laid down by the institutions of the European Union.



§ 39



Measures concerning milk and milk products from animals of susceptible

species produced in the surveillance zone



(1) into circulation cannot be



and) milk derived from animals of susceptible species originating in the surveillance zone

and milk products produced from such milk,



b) milk and milk products derived from animals of susceptible species produced in the

undertaking situated in the surveillance zone.



(2) the regional veterinary services may, however, in accordance with § 49 paragraph 1. 1 (b).

g) of the Act may decide to ban the marketing of milk and milk products to

circulation as referred to in paragraph 1 (b). and) shall not apply to milk derived from

animals of susceptible species originating in the surveillance zone and milk products

made from such milk



and with the date of production) at least 21 days before the date considered to be the beginning

infection on a holding in the corresponding protection zone,

from the date of manufacture stored and transported separately from milk and milk

products produced after that date;



(b) having undergone one of the treatments) listed in part A or B of Annex # 9

This Decree, depending on the further use of milk and milk

products. This treatment shall be carried out in an undertaking situated in the zone

surveillance under the conditions laid down in paragraph 3, or, if no

such an undertaking in the surveillance zone designated by the County in the company-health

the Administration and outside the protection zone and outside the surveillance zone.



(3) the regional veterinary services may, however, in accordance with § 49 paragraph 1. 1 (b).

g) of the Act may decide to ban the marketing of milk and milk products to

circulation as referred to in paragraph 1 (b). (b)) does not apply to milk and milk

products produced on the holding in the surveillance zone in which there are

subject to the following conditions:



and) under strict veterinary control carried out within

the State veterinary supervision,



b) all milk used in the enterprise meets the requirements of paragraph 2 (a).

(b)) or of raw milk obtained from animals outside

the protection zone or surveillance zone



c) milk production during the whole process is set out in a manner clearly

marked and shall be stored and transported separately from milk and milk

products which are not destined for dispatch outside the surveillance zone,



d) raw milk from holdings situated outside the protection zone

outside the surveillance zone and transported to the means of transport

before the shipment has been cleaned and disinfected and then

they do not have any contact with holdings in the protection zone and the zone

surveillance, in which animals of susceptible species are kept.



(4) if the milk intended for trade, the certificate of health

certificate to certify also the conditions referred to in paragraph 3.

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

the Act shall send the Commission and the other Member States the list of enterprises

approved for certification purposes in these cases.



(5) in the transport of raw milk from holdings situated within the zone

surveillance in a company situated outside the protection zone and the out of band

surveillance and in the processing of that milk shall be subject to the following conditions:



and the processing of raw milk) obtained from animals of susceptible species

they are kept within the surveillance zone, in a business that is outside of the trade

zone and outside the surveillance zone, has enabled the regional Veterinary Administration;



(b)) to enable the regional Veterinary Administration contains precise instructions on how to

transport of raw milk, including the determination of the route of transportation to a designated

the undertaking;



c) transport shall be carried out in vehicles which were before the start of

transport cleansed and disinfected, are constructed and maintained,

to avoid leakage of milk during transport, and are equipped to

avoid formation of aerosol during loading and unloading;



d) before leaving the holding from where milk of animals comes

susceptible species, cleaning and disinfection operations have been carried out connectors

hoses, tires, wheel arches, lower parts of the means of transport and

any vyteklého of milk. After the last disinfection and before leaving the

the surveillance zone shall not transport means to come into any contact with the

holdings in the protection zone and the surveillance zone, in which they are held

animals of susceptible species;



e) means of transport are strictly reserved for the specified geographical

or administrative area, are classified accordingly and can be moved to

other areas only after cleaning and disinfection carried out under the supervision of

the official veterinarian.



(6) the collection and transport of samples of raw milk obtained from animals

susceptible species from holdings situated in the surveillance zone to

the laboratory, with the exception of veterinary diagnostic laboratory approved

for the diagnosis of foot-and-mouth, and the processing of the milk in such

the laboratory shall be subject to the consent of the regional veterinary service and measures to

avoid any possible spread of foot and

mouth disease.



section 40



Transport and distribution of dung and manure of animals

susceptible species produced in the surveillance zone



(1) both inside and outside the surveillance zone cannot be transported and spreading manure and

spray liquid manure and manure from holdings and of areas referred to in §

17, which are situated in the surveillance zone and in which the animals are kept

susceptible species.



(2) the regional veterinary services may, however, in accordance with § 49 paragraph 1. 1 (b).

g) of the Act in exceptional circumstances authorise the transport of dung and

liquid manure vehicles prior to shipment and after duly

After cleaning, and dezinfikovanými, to the spreading of manure or splashing

slurry or manure in a specified area within the surveillance zone, sufficiently

from holdings where animals of susceptible species are kept,

and that's when one of the following conditions is true:



and examination of all) animals of susceptible species on the holding, made

the official veterinarian has ruled out the presence of animals suspected of

foot-and-mouth disease virus and the manure or slurry is

pulverized or rozstřikovány close to the ground so as to prevent the formation of

aerosol and are ploughing the soil without delay, or



(b)) a clinical examination of all animals of susceptible species on the holding,

carried out by an official veterinarian, had a negative result and the manure

is incorporated into the soil, or



(c)) the manure is moved to the specified undertaking to treatment in accordance with

European Union law ^ 9), or temporary storage.



§ 41



Measures concerning other animal products produced in

the surveillance zone



Other animal products other than those referred to in sections 38 to 40, may

be marketed if they comply with the conditions set out in section 27, 29, 30 and

31.



§ 42



Additional measures applied in the surveillance zone



(1) the veterinary authorities may, in accordance with section 15 and section 48 para. 1

(a). (c)) or § 49 paragraph 1. 1 (b). (d)), or (b). (c)) of the Act, and when

taking into account the particular epidemiological, zootechnical,


commercial and social conditions in the affected area to receive the infected

In addition to conservation and control measures applied in the surveillance zone

According to this Decree, any additional safeguard and control measures

which are deemed necessary and proportionate to contain the FMD virus

mouth disease. They are to be taken the additional safeguard and control measures to

restrictions on the movement of equidae, the measures referred to in

Annex No 6 to this Ordinance.



(2) for authorising derogations from the prohibitions referred to in section 36 to 41 apply

Similarly, § 33.



§ 43



Repeal of the measures in the surveillance zone



(1) Safeguard and control measures applied in the surveillance zone shall be

observed up to the time when



and since the killing of all) animals of susceptible species and the destruction of

their carcasses in the holding referred to in article 11 (1) 1, and from their

cleaning and disinfection of the holding carried out pursuant to § 12 have passed

at least 30 days,



(b)) in the protection zone have met the requirements referred to in § 35 para. 1,



(c)) it was examined with negative results.



(2) the investigation referred to in paragraph 1 (b). (c)) shall be carried out in accordance with point 1 of the annex

No. 3 to this Decree and includes the measures referred to in point 2.4. Annex No.

3 to that Ordinance in the light of the criteria set out in point 2.1. Annex

No. 3 to this notice.



Section 6



Regionalization, the marking of animals of susceptible species and their control

the movement of



§ 44



Regionalization



(1) if the spread of foot and mouth disease of large dimensions,

Although the imposition of protective and control measures under this

the Decree, or if emergency vaccination, does the State

animal health management in accordance with § 48 para. 1 (b). (c)) of the Act

the regionalization of the territory of the Czech Republic, in which it shall identify one or more

restricted and free zones of contagion. In accordance with § 48 para. 1

(a). of paragraph 2 of the law) then it shall inform the Commission of

detailed rules for protective and zdolávacím measures imposed in

zone (zones).



(2) before the delimitation of the restricted zones shall be duly evaluated by the

the epidemiological situation, in particular with regard to the possible time and

probable location of introduction of the disease, possible spread and the likely

the period of time necessary to eradicate foot and mouth disease virus.



(3) when defining the restricted zones shall take into account the administrative

borders or natural barriers. Regionalisation involves initially greater

territorial units before they are field. Based on the results of the epidemiological

the investigation referred to in section 14, however, can be reduced to only a restricted zone;

a reduced zone must not be less than the subregion and, if necessary,

the surrounding subregion. If the further spread of foot and mouth disease virus,

the restricted zone will extend to the next region or sub-region.



(4) this provision is without prejudice to the provisions of the special legal

legislation on veterinary checks when dealing with animals ^ 16).



§ 45



Measures in the restricted zone



(1) were introduced to the regionalisation must be taken within the restricted zone

in particular, this protective and control measures:



and) control the transport and movement of animals of susceptible species and products

animal origin and control of the movement of means of transport, if

they could be carriers of the foot and mouth virus, within the zone with the

restrictions;



b) tracing fresh meat and raw milk, and if possible, other

products in stock not eligible for dispatch outside the zone with the

restrictions, as well as their labelling laid down by a specific legislative

regulations ^ 17);



(c)) special certification of animals of susceptible species and products derived from

such animals and products fit for human consumption, which

are eligible for dispatch outside the restricted zone and meet the conditions

required for such a dispatch, the health mark

the manner provided for by specific legislation ^ 17);



d) tracing of animals of susceptible species that has been sent out of band with the

restrictions to other Member States in the period between the probable date

the introduction of foot and mouth disease virus and the date regionalisation. This

the animals shall be isolated under official veterinary supervision

until the official exclusion of the possibility of being infected or contaminated.



(2) Dohledané fresh meat obtained from animals of susceptible species in the zone with the

limitations in the period between the probable date of introduction of FMD virus

and on the day of the introduction of regionalization, must be treated in accordance with point 1

part A of annex 7 to this Decree. Dohledané raw milk and raw

milk products derived from animals of susceptible species and produced in the zone of

limitations in the period between the probable date of introduction of FMD virus

and on the day of the introduction of regionalization, must be treated in accordance with part A of the

or (B) of Annex 9 to this Decree, depending on their further

use, or suspended until such time as the official exclusion of possible

foot and mouth disease virus contamination.



(3) the health marking of the products that have been produced from

animals or from animals of susceptible species originating in the restricted zone

and which are not intended to be put into circulation outside the restricted zone, it must

match any specific measures that have been taken by the authorities

The European Union ^ 18).



§ 46



The marking of animals of susceptible species



(1) in the event of an outbreak of foot and mouth disease, the animals

susceptible species from the holding in which they are kept only for

provided that they are permanently and indelibly marked in such a way

the authorities of the State veterinary supervision can quickly determine their

the movement and holding of origin, or the holding of any other

which these animals are coming. In the specific cases referred to in section 16 of the

paragraph. 1 and § 17 para. 1 and taking into account the epidemiological situation, however,

regional Veterinary Administration may allow other methods of quick

tracing of porcine animals being moved, and the holding of origin, or

the holding where the animals are coming.



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

the Act shall inform the Commission about the ways for identifying animals, or to

other methods of rapid tracing of their movement and

the holding of origin, or the holding from which the animals come in

connection to control foot and mouth disease.



§ 47



Control the movement of animals in the event of an outbreak of foot-and-

mouth disease



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

the Act will ensure that in the restricted zone



and provide the authorities of the State keepers) veterinary supervision at the

their request with information on the animals that came into their

economy, or is abandoned. In the case of animals of susceptible species are

such information, in particular, the information required in section 17a of the Act;



(b)) the carrier who transported the animals, to provide the authorities of the State

veterinary supervision at their request with information on the animals of the susceptible

species that are transported. Such information shall, in particular:



1. place and date of loading of the animals, first and last name, or. business

the company, in the case of a natural person, business name or the name if it is a

legal person, and address of the holding or Assembly Centre,

where the animals are picked up;



2. place and date of the delivery of the animals, first and last name, or. business name,

and place of residence (place of business, if different from the Permanent

stay), in the case of a natural person, business name or the name and address,

in the case of a legal person, the recipient (s);



3. the species and number of animals being transported;



4. the date and place of the cleaning and disinfection of means of transport;



5. the details of the accompanying documents (including their numeric or

another designation);



(c)) to provide authorities with animals traders national veterinary

surveillance at their request, information relating to animals of susceptible species,

which they trade. Such information shall, in particular:



1. first and last name, or. business name, and place of permanent residence

(place of business, if different from place of residence), if the

a natural person, business name or the name and address, in the case of legal

person, breeder, place of origin, date of purchase, categories, number and

designation of bovine animals or registration number of the holding of origin or of the herd

the origin of the pigs;



2. the registration number of the transporter or the truck's license number

přivážejícího and collecting animals;



3. first and last name, or. business name, and place of permanent residence

(place of business, if different from place of residence), if the

a natural person, business name or the name and address, in the case of legal

person, the purchaser and the destination of the animals;



4. the details of the accompanying documents (including their numeric or

another sign, and-if it is to be developed-a copy of the transportation plan).



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

extended to a part or to the whole of zone free of the disease.



Section 7



Vaccination



§ 48



Use, manufacture, sale and control of vaccines and

mouth disease




(1) the manufacture, storage, supply, distribution and sale of vaccines

substances against foot and mouth disease, as well as trading with them shall be subject to

review of the Veterinary Administration under a special legal

prescription ^ 19).



(2) the use of vaccines against foot-and-mouth disease for another purpose

than to induce active immunity in animals of susceptible species, notably in the

the laboratory examination, scientific research or testing

vaccines, is subject to the authorisation of the Veterinary Administration

under special legislation ^ 19) and must be performed under the conditions

biological safety.



(3) unless otherwise provided for in this Decree, is the use of vaccines

substances against foot and mouth disease and hyperimmune sera against

foot-and-mouth disease is prohibited.



§ 49



The decision to introduce emergency vaccination



(1) emergency vaccination may be introduced, taking into account the criteria

referred to in annex 10 to this Decree and provided that it is

at least one of the following conditions is true:



an outbreak has been confirmed) foot and mouth disease and threatens to become an extension



(b)) in connection with the reported outbreaks of foot and mouth disease in the territory of

The United States is taking into account geographical circumstances or

the prevailing climatic conditions threatened by other Member States,



(c)) for reasons of epidemiological contacts between holdings, in which

animals of susceptible species are kept and which are situated on the territory of the United

Republic, where there are outbreaks of foot-and-mouth, and holdings

on the territory of other Member States, are vulnerable to these Member States,



d) Czech Republic is taking account of geographical conditions or

the prevailing climatic conditions threatened by a country that is not a Member

State of the European Union, on whose territory an outbreak of foot and

mouth disease.



(2) the Czech Republic may ask the institutions of the European Union on the decision of the

the introduction of emergency vaccination.



(3) in accordance with section 15 and section 48 para. 1 (b). (c)) of the Act and with this Decree

State Veterinary Administration may introduce emergency vaccination without decision

institutions of the European Union, upon written notification to the Commission, containing

the information referred to in section 50.



§ 50



The conditions for emergency vaccination



(1) in the decision to introduce emergency vaccination shall be specified

conditions for the implementation of this vaccination, in particular:



and the establishment of the zone), pursuant to section 44, in which vaccination is carried out,



(b)) types and age of the animals to be vaccinated,



(c)) the duration of the vaccination,



d) prohibition on the movement of vaccinated and non-vaccinated animals of susceptible species

and their products,



e) special, additional and permanent marking and special registration

the vaccinated animals pursuant to § 46 para. 1,



f) other facts related with extreme health situations.



(2) the purpose of setting the conditions referred to in paragraph 1 is to ensure that

emergency vaccination has been carried out in accordance with section 51, regardless of whether the

the vaccinated animals are subsequently slaughtered or stay alive.



(3) the State Veterinary Administration informs the public about the health

the safety of meat, milk and milk-based products originating from vaccinated

animals intended for human consumption.



§ 51



Protective vaccination



(1) if done in accordance with § 49 and 50 protective vaccination must



and be subject to the vaccination) regionalization under section 44, if necessary

made in cooperation with neighbouring Member States,



b) vaccination to take place quickly and in compliance with the rules of hygiene and

biological safety in order to prevent the spread of the FMD virus

mouth disease,



c) any conservation and control measures in the vaccination zone to be

implemented without prejudice to the provisions of section 6,



d) in the case that the vaccination zone includes part of or the entire protection

or the surveillance zone, be protective and control measures in the protection zone

or the surveillance zone applied in the corresponding part of the vaccination zone

to their cancellation pursuant to § 35 or § 43, and safeguard and control measures

as provided for under section 53 to 57 remain in force even after the abolition of the safeguard and

the disease control measures applied in the protection zone and the surveillance zone.



(2) the vaccination zone is surrounded by a surveillance zone, shall be not less than 10

km, measured from the perimeter of the vaccination area, up to the time of recovery

status free from foot and mouth disease. In the surveillance zone



and) must not be carried out vaccination,



(b)) is intensively done state veterinary supervision,



(c)) shall be subject to the movement of animals of susceptible species, the control of the authorities of the State

veterinary supervision.



§ 52



Suppressive vaccination



(1) if done in accordance with § 49 and 50 suppressive vaccination is carried out

only



and) within the protection zone;



(b)) in the holdings, which are precisely defined and subject to protective

and zdolávacím measures referred to in article 11 (1) 1, in particular under the letter

and the killing of all) animals of susceptible species from the holding, however, such

may be delayed for reasons of logistical problems, or for the purpose of

compliance with § 11 para. 1 (b). (c)), a special legal regulation ^ 20) and

European Union legislation ^ 21).



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

the Act shall inform the Commission about the introduction of the vaccination and protective supresivního

and the disease control measures to be carried out, in particular the

the measures referred to in section 20.



§ 53



Measures in the vaccination zone during a period starting from the beginning

emergency vaccination and ends at the earliest 30 days after the end of this

vaccination (phase 1)



(1) in the vaccination zone during a period starting from the beginning

emergency vaccination and ends at the earliest 30 days after the end of this

vaccination, the protective and control measures:



and) movement of animals susceptible species between holdings within

the vaccination area and from this zone is prohibited. The regional veterinary

However, the Administration may, in accordance with § 49 paragraph 1. 1 (b). g) of the Act allow-after

clinical examination of the animals and their herds of origin or dispatch-direct

the transport of such animals for the purpose of immediate slaughter to a designated

a slaughterhouse situated in the vaccination zone or, in exceptional

cases-in the vicinity of this band;



(b)) fresh meat produced from vaccinated animals slaughtered in

During that period, must bear the health

certificate in accordance with special legislation ^ 12), stored and

transported separately from meat which is not fitted with the same designation

health certificate, and shall subsequently be transported in sealed containers

until the company designated by the regional veterinary services for treatment in

accordance with point 1 of part A of annex 7 to this Decree;



c) milk and milk products produced from vaccinated animals into circulation within the

the vaccination area or outside this zone may be put into circulation under the

the condition that they undergo one of the treatments referred to in part A

or (B) of Annex 9 to this Decree, depending on their further

the use, in particular, whether or not intended for human consumption. This

treatment is carried out in an undertaking situated in the vaccination zone for

the conditions referred to in paragraph 2, or, if no such undertaking in

the vaccination zone-in a company located outside the vaccination zone to the

the raw milk is transported under the conditions laid down in paragraph

4.



(2) an undertaking referred to in paragraph 1 (b). (c)) shall be subject to the following

terms and conditions:



and) under strict veterinary control carried out within

the State veterinary supervision,



b) all milk used in the enterprise meets the requirements of paragraph 1 (b).

(c)), or of raw milk obtained from animals outside

the vaccination zone



c) milk production during the whole process is set out in a manner clearly

marked and shall be stored and transported separately from raw milk and

raw milk products which are not destined for dispatch outside the vaccination

bandwidth,



d) raw milk from holdings situated outside the vaccination zone

transported to the establishment of means of transport which have been before the start of

of transport cleaned and disinfected and that then they do not have any

contact with holdings in the restricted zone in which they are held

animals of susceptible species.



(3) if the milk intended for trade, the certificate of health

certificate to certify also the compliance with the conditions referred to in paragraph 2.

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

the Act shall send the Commission and the other Member States the list of enterprises

approved for certification purposes in these cases.



(4) in the transport of raw milk from holdings situated in the

the vaccination zone to a holding outside the vaccination zone, and when

the processing of that milk shall fulfil the following conditions:



and the processing of raw milk) obtained from animals of susceptible species

they are kept inside the vaccination area, in a business that is outside the

vaccination has enabled the regional Veterinary Administration;



(b)) to enable the regional Veterinary Administration contains precise instructions on how to


transport of raw milk, including the determination of the route of transportation to a designated

the undertaking;



c) transport shall be carried out in vehicles which were before the start of

transport cleansed and disinfected, are constructed and maintained,

to avoid leakage of milk during transport, and are equipped to

avoid formation of aerosol during loading and unloading;



d) before leaving the holding from where milk comes from acquired

animals of susceptible species, the cleaning and disinfection operations have been carried out

connecting hoses, tires, wheel arches, the lower parts of the transport

funds and any vyteklého of milk. After the last disinfection and before

they leave the vaccination area shall not come into any means of transport

contact with holdings in the vaccination zone in which they are held

animals of susceptible species;



e) means of transport are strictly reserved for the specified geographical

or administrative area, are classified accordingly and can be moved to

other areas only after cleaning and disinfection carried out under the supervision of

the official veterinarian.



(5) the collection and transport of samples of raw milk obtained from animals

susceptible species from holdings situated in the vaccination zone to

the laboratory, with the exception of veterinary diagnostic laboratory approved

for the diagnosis of foot-and-mouth, and the processing of the milk in such

the laboratory shall be prohibited.



(6) the collection of semen for the purposes of artificial insemination of animals of susceptible species

kept in semen collection centres situated within the vaccination zone

shall be suspended. The regional veterinary services may, however, in accordance with section 49

paragraph. 1 (b). g) of the Act allow the collection of semen at semen collection centre in

the vaccination zone for the production of frozen semen, subject to the

provided that it is ensured that the semen collected during the period

referred to in paragraph 1 is stored separately for at least 30 days, and

that prior to the dispatch of semen from the donor animal



and) has not been vaccinated and are the conditions referred to in section 27 para. 3 (b).

(b)), and (c)), or



(b)) has been vaccinated, and vaccination has been carried out prior to the examination of the

antibodies against foot and mouth disease with negative results, and



1. virus or virus genome, or testing approved

a test for antibodies against non-structural bílkoinám it with negative

performed at the end of the quarantine period for the semen

on samples taken from all animals of susceptible species present during the

This period in the semen collection centre, and



2. the semen complies with the conditions of a specific legislation ^ 22).



(7) the subscription of the egg cells and embryos from donor animals shall be prohibited.



(8) the placing of other animal products which are not listed in the

paragraphs 6 and 7, the circulation is subject to the conditions set out in section 29, 30, 31, and

40.



§ 54



Measures in the vaccination zone during the period between emergency vaccination, and

at the end of the investigation and classification of holdings (phase 2)



(1) in the vaccination zone during a period starting at the earliest 30

days from the completion of emergency vaccination and ends at the end of the imposition of measures

referred to in sections 55 and 56, the protective and control measures:



and) movement of animals susceptible species between holdings within

the vaccination area and from this zone is prohibited. The regional veterinary

However, the Administration may, in accordance with § 49 paragraph 1. 1 (b). g) of the Act allow

direct transport of these animals that come from holdings in which

current or past presence was being infected with foot and mouth disease

officially ruled out in accordance with § 55 para. 3, for the purpose of their

immediate slaughter to a designated slaughterhouse, located in the vaccination

zone or outside that zone, subject to the following conditions:



1. the animals must not during transportation come into contact with other animals

susceptible species;



2. the animals must be accompanied by a health certificate which certifies

that all animals of susceptible species on the holding of origin or dispatch

have been examined in accordance with § 55 para. 2;



3. means of transport must be prior to loading of the animals and their

unloading cleaned and disinfected. Date and time of the cleaning and disinfection

must be entered in the records of the means of transport;



4. at the slaughterhouse must be during the 24 hours before slaughter is performed on the

animals before slaughter inspection (ante mortem), particularly of the cavity

the mouth and feet, signs symptoms of foot and mouth disease;



(b)) fresh meat, excluding offal, obtained in the course of that period of

vaccinated large and small ruminants may be put into circulation

within the vaccination area and outside this zone only when the following

terms and conditions:



1. the undertaking is under strict veterinary control carried out within

the State veterinary supervision;



2. the firm handles only fresh meat, excluding offal, which was

undergone the treatment referred to in points 1, 3 and 4 of part A of Annex 8 to this

the Decree, or fresh meat obtained from animals reared and

slaughtered outside the vaccination zone;



3. all such fresh meat is bears the health

certificate referred to in the special legislation ^ 14);



4. fresh meat must, during the entire manufacturing process laid down by the way

clearly identified and shall be stored and transported separately from meat,

that's according to this Decree, a different health status;



c) fresh meat produced from vaccinated porcine animals slaughtered in

During that period, must bear the health

certificate in accordance with special legislation ^ 12), stored and

transported separately from meat which is not fitted with the same designation

health certificate, and shall subsequently be transported in sealed containers

until the company designated by the regional veterinary services for treatment in

accordance with point 1 of part A of annex 7 to this Decree;



d) milk and milk products produced from vaccinated animals may be

put into circulation within the vaccination area or outside the vaccination zone under the

the condition that they undergo one of the treatments referred to in part A

or (B) of Annex 9 to this Decree, depending on their further

the use, in particular, whether or not intended for human consumption. This

treatment is carried out in an undertaking situated within the vaccination area

or outside this zone pursuant to § 53 para. 1 (b). (c)), para. 2, 3, 4 and 5.



(2) if the fresh meat Is intended for trading, the certificates of health

certificate to certify also the compliance with the conditions referred to in paragraph 1

(a). b). State Veterinary Administration in accordance with § 48 para. 1 (b). about)

point 2 of the Act shall send the Commission and the other Member States the list of enterprises

approved for certification purposes in these cases.



(3) For the collection of semen, the egg cells and embryos from animals of susceptible

species remain in force protection and control measures referred to in paragraph

53 para. 6 and 7.



(4) the placing of other animal products which are not listed in the

paragraph 1 (b). b), c) and (d)) and paragraph 3, shall be subject to the conditions in the circulation

referred to in section 29, 30, 31 and 40.



section 55



Clinical and serological survey in the vaccination zone (phase 2-A)



(1) during the period that begins at the earliest 30 days after the end of

emergency vaccination and ends by performing the investigation referred to in paragraphs 2

and (3) shall be carried out clinical and serological survey.



(2) clinical investigation which is carried out in order to identify herds of animals

susceptible species that had contact with the infected with foot and mouth disease, but

show no clear clinical signs of the disease, includes clinical

inspection of all animals of susceptible species in all herds in the vaccination

zone and laboratory examination referred to in paragraph 3.



(3) laboratory tests are carried out using tests that

comply with the criteria for diagnostic tests as set out in annex 1 to

This Decree, are approved by the authorities of the European Union and meet one of the

the following conditions are true:



and) the findings being infected with foot-and-mouth testing is done on the

antibodies against non-structural proteins of foot-and-mouth

or by another approved method that meets the criteria for sampling

on holdings set out in point 2.2. Annex No. 3 to this notice.

If it is also an indicator-used animals, must be taken into

consider the conditions for restocking of infected holdings, referred to in

Annex No. 5 to this Decree;



b) testing for antibodies against non-structural proteins of the virus

foot and mouth disease is carried out on samples taken from all

the vaccinated animals of susceptible species and their non-vaccinated offspring in the

all herds in the vaccination zone.



§ 56



Classification of holdings in the vaccination zone (phase 2-B)



(1) the holding in which the animals of susceptible species are kept, shall be



and) classified based on the results of the investigation referred to in § 55 para. 2 and

on the basis of the criteria listed in annex 1 to this notice,



(b)) in accordance with the provisions of paragraphs 2 to 4.



(2) the holding, in which there is at least one animal suspected of being infected, and in

where the presence of foot and mouth disease virus is confirmed in accordance with the

the criteria listed in annex 1 to this notice shall be subject to protection and


zdolávacím measures referred to in articles 11 and 20.



(3) a holding in which there is at least one animal of susceptible species

suspected of being infected as a result of previous contact with the foot and

mouth disease, but in which the subsequent examination of all the animals of susceptible species

present on the holding confirmed the absence of foot and

mouth disease, shall be subject to at least the following protective and zdolávacím measures:



and) animals of susceptible species on the holding shall be killed and their

carcasses are disposed of and processed, or divided into categories

with the fact that



1. animals which have a positive result in at least one of the

the approved tests referred to in § 55 para. 3, must be killed and their

carcasses are disposed of and processed and



2. the remaining animals of susceptible species on the holding shall be slaughtered

under the conditions given the regional veterinary services;



(b)) cleaning and disinfection must be carried out in accordance with § 12;



c) restocking of holdings shall be carried out in accordance with Annex No.5

to this Decree.



(4) products derived from animals of susceptible species and produced during the

the period referred to in § 55 para. 1 subject to these protective and zdolávacím

measures:



and) fresh meat produced from the animals referred to in paragraph 3 (b). and) point

2 is subject to the measures provided for in § 54 para. 1 (b). (b)), in the case of meat

ruminants, and measures pursuant to § 54 para. 1 (b). (c)), in the case of pork

meat;



(b)) milk and milk products produced from the animals referred to in paragraph 3

(a). and (2) the subject) to one of the treatment in accordance with part A of

or (B) of Annex 9 to this Decree, depending on their further

use and in accordance with § 53 para. 1 (b). (c)), para. 2, 3, 4 and 5.



(5) animals of susceptible species kept in the economy, in which the

current or past presence of being infected with foot and mouth disease

officially ruled out in accordance with § 55 para. 3, can be subject to protective and

zdolávacím measures referred to in section 57.



§ 57



Measures in the vaccination zone after the completion of the investigation and classification of

the economy until the recovery of status free from foot and mouth disease

(phase 3)



(1) in the vaccination zone during the period from the end of the protective and disease control

the measures referred to in § 56 up to recover the territory free of foot

-and-in accordance with § 58 shall apply this protection and control

measures:



and) movement of animals susceptible species between holdings within

the vaccination area shall be subject to the authorization of the regional Veterinary Administration,



(b)) the movement of animals susceptible species out of the vaccination area is

disabled.



(2) the regional veterinary services may, however, in accordance with § 49 paragraph 1. 1 (b).

g) of the Act by way of derogation



and from paragraph 1 (a)). and transport) unvaccinated animals of susceptible species

provided that the



1. within 24 hours of loading, all animals of susceptible species in the

the economy is subjected to clinical examination and have not shown clinical signs

foot and mouth disease,



2. the animals in the holding of origin has been subjected to the exit ban after

for at least 30 days, during which the economy had not entered any

animal of susceptible species,



3. the farm of origin is not situated in the protection zone or within a band

surveillance,



4. in the case of animals intended for transport was carried out at the end of the isolation period

individual testing for antibodies against foot-and-mouth with

a negative result, or has been in a holding carried out serological

the examination referred to in point 2.2. Annex No. 3 to this Decree, irrespective of

on the types of animals, and



5. the animals must not come into contact with any source of contamination,



(b) of paragraph 1 (a)). (b)) the direct transport of animals of susceptible species on the

a slaughterhouse for immediate slaughter, subject to the conditions

referred to in § 54 para. 1 (b). and).



(3) the offspring of vaccinated Unvaccinated breeding cows who exist may leave the holding

origin with the exception of transport



and to a holding within the vaccination) zone that has the same animal health status

as the holding of origin,



(b)) to the slaughterhouse for the purpose of immediate slaughter,



(c)) to a holding designated departmental veterinary services, from which it will be

putting the descendants of transported directly to the slaughterhouse,



(d)) to any holding, following a serological examination for antibodies

against foot and mouth disease virus with negative results, carried out by the

blood samples taken prior to dispatch from the holding of origin.



(4) fresh meat produced from unvaccinated animals of susceptible species may be

put into circulation within the vaccination area and outside of this zone, in these

terms and conditions:



and in the entire vaccination zone) was made to safeguard and control measures

referred to in § 56 para. 3, or the animals are transported to the slaughterhouse under the

the conditions referred to in paragraph 2 (a). and (b), or paragraph 4). (b)),



(b)) is under strict veterinary control carried out within

the State veterinary supervision,



c) handles only fresh meat produced from the animals referred to in

(a)), or from animals reared and slaughtered,

slaughtered outside the vaccination zone or fresh meat referred to in paragraph

6,



d) all such fresh meat is bears the health

certificate referred to in the special legislation ^ 14)



e) fresh meat must, during the entire manufacturing process laid down by the way

clearly identified and shall be stored and transported separately from meat,

under this Decree, of a different health status.



(5) fresh meat produced from vaccinated animals of susceptible species or from

non-vaccinated seropositive offspring of vaccinated breeding cows who exist, slaughtered in

during the period referred to in paragraph 1, they shall bear a mark

health mark provided for in special legislation ^ 12)

stored and transported separately from meat which is not fitted with

given the health mark and subsequently be transported in

sealed containers until the specified undertaking of the provincial animal health

the administration of the treatment in accordance with point 1 of part A of annex 7 to this

the Decree.



(6) the regional veterinary services may, however, in accordance with § 49 paragraph 1. 1 (b).

g) of the Act allow to be put into circulation within the vaccination area and

outside the vaccination zone of fresh meat and trimmed offal produced from vaccinated

large and small ruminants or their non-vaccinated seropositive of

descendants, provided that



and) under strict veterinary control carried out within

the State veterinary supervision,



(b)) the company handles only fresh meat, excluding offal, which was

undergone the treatment referred to in points 1, 3 and 4 of part A of Annex 8 to this

the Decree, or the fresh meat referred to in paragraph 4, or fresh meat

obtained from animals reared and slaughtered, or just slaughtered outside the

the vaccination zone



c) all such fresh meat is bears the health

certificate referred to in the special legislation ^ 14), if

institutions of the European Union-in the case of fresh meat obtained from

ruminant animals, which is not subject to treatment in accordance with part A of Annex 8 to this

the Decree, and made of minced meat and meat preparations,

they are intended to be put into circulation in certain areas of the United States, which is

State of origin-decided on another, the health mark,



d) fresh meat must, during the entire manufacturing process laid down by the way

clearly identified and shall be stored and transported separately from meat,

under this Decree, of a different health status.



(7) the regional veterinary services may, in accordance with § 49 paragraph 1. 1 (b).

g) of the Act permit, if the Czech Republic State of origin, in order to

put into circulation on the domestic market, within the vaccination area and beyond

the vaccination zone of fresh meat produced from vaccinated porcine animals and their

non-vaccinated seropositive offspring, produced during the period, which

at the beginning of the investigation begins and ends by making conservation and disease control

the measures referred to in section 56 in the entire vaccination zone, and that after the expiry of

at least 3 months from the occurrence of the last outbreak of foot-and-mouth in

This band, subject to the following conditions:



and) under strict veterinary control carried out within

the State veterinary supervision,



(b)) the company handles only fresh meat obtained from animals originating,

from a holding which complies with the requirements referred to in § 56 para. 5, or

fresh meat obtained from animals reared and slaughtered outside the vaccination

zone,



c) all such fresh meat is bears the health

certificate in accordance with special legislation ^ 12)



d) fresh meat must, during the entire manufacturing process laid down by the way

clearly identified and shall be stored and transported separately from meat,

under this Decree, of a different health status.



(8) if the Czech Republic State the origin of the fresh meat referred to in

paragraph 7, may request the authorities of the European Union on the agreement and the determination of the

conditions for the marketing of the meat into the circulation in its territory or on its

part.



(9) the dispatch of fresh meat obtained from vaccinated pigs and

produced after the end of the period referred to in paragraph 7 and until the

status free from foot and mouth disease pursuant to section 60 of the vaccination


zone shall be governed by the rules laid down by the authorities of the European Union.



(10) when the fresh meat referred to in paragraphs 4 and 6, as appropriate, in

paragraph 8 is intended for trading, certificate health certificate must

certify and the conditions set out in these provisions. State

animal health management in accordance with § 48 para. 1 (b). of paragraph 2 of the law)

forward to the Commission and the other Member States the list of establishments approved for the

certification purposes in these cases.



(11) milk and milk products produced from vaccinated animals may be

put into circulation within the vaccination area or outside the vaccination zone under the

the condition that they undergo one of the treatments referred to in part A

or (B) of Annex 9 to this Decree, depending on their further

the use, in particular, whether or not intended for human consumption. This

treatment is carried out in an undertaking situated within the vaccination area

or in accordance with § 53 para. 1 (b). (c)), para. 2, 3 and 4.



(12) the collection and transport of samples of raw milk obtained from animals

susceptible species from holdings situated in the surveillance zone to

the laboratory, with the exception of veterinary diagnostic laboratory approved

for the diagnosis of foot-and-mouth, and the processing of the milk in such

the laboratory shall be subject to the consent of the regional veterinary service and measures to

to prevent any potential spread of foot and mouth disease virus.



(13) other products of animal origin other than those referred to in paragraphs 4

up to 9, 11 and 12, may be put into circulation unless they meet the conditions

referred to in section 29, 30, 31 and 41.



(14) for authorising derogations from the prohibitions referred to in sections 53, 54 and 57 applies

Similarly, § 33.



Section 8



Restoration of status to the territory free of foot-and-mouth



§ 58



Are subject to the conditions referred to in sections 59 and 60, the institutions of the European

the Union may decide to recover the territory free of foot and mouth disease in the

in the Czech Republic or in its area.



§ 59



Restoration of status to the territory free of foot and mouth disease after eradication of the disease

without the use of emergency vaccination



If it was in accordance with § 44 made in the territory of the Czech Republic

regionalization, the status may be free from foot and mouth disease

restored in the Czech Republic or in the area after the introduction of the

conservation and control measures for the control and eradication of one or

more outbreaks of foot-and-mouth without the use of emergency vaccination,

If the following conditions are met:



and all the measures) was referred to in section 35 and 43, and



(b)) have been met, the relevant recommendations contained in the chapter "foot and

mouth disease "of the international animal health code of the International Office for

diseases (OIE), as amended, or by the occurrence of the last outbreak

foot and mouth disease at least 3 months have elapsed and clinical monitoring and

laboratory tests carried out in accordance with annex 3 to this

the Decree confirmed the absence of foot-and-mouth disease virus in

The Czech Republic or in a given area.



section 60



Restoration of status to the territory free of foot and mouth disease after eradication of the disease

When the use of emergency vaccination



If it was in accordance with § 44 made in the territory of the Czech Republic

regionalization, the status may be free from foot and mouth disease

restored in the Czech Republic or in the area after the introduction of the

conservation and control measures for the control and eradication of one or

more outbreaks of foot-and-mouth with the use of emergency vaccination,

If the following conditions are met:



and all the measures) was referred to in section 35, 43, 53-56, and



(b)) have been met, the relevant recommendations contained in the chapter "foot and

mouth disease "of the international animal health code of the International Office for

diseases (OIE), as amended, or by the slaughter of the last vaccinated

at least 3 months have elapsed since the animal and serological survey has been carried out

According to the guidelines set by the institutions of the European Union, or from the occurrence of the

the last outbreak of foot-and-mouth or from the end of the emergency

vaccinations, depending on which of these events occurred later, passed

at least 6 months and a serological survey has been carried out according to the instructions

laid down by the institutions of the European Union, based on testing for antibodies

against non-structural proteins of foot-and-mouth, which was

confirmed the absence of infection in vaccinated animals.



§ 61



Changes to measures to restore the status of the territory free of foot and mouth disease



(1) in connection with the renewal of the status of the territory free of foot and mouth disease

the institutions of the European Union



and by way of derogation from § 59) decide on the abolition of restrictive trade and

the disease control measures applied pursuant to this Ordinance, if they have been

compliance with the requirements of § 35 and 43 and has made clinical and serological

the investigation, which was confirmed by the absence of being infected with foot-and-

mouth disease,



(b) by way of derogation from § 60) to decide on the lifting of the restrictive trade and

the disease control measures applied pursuant to this Ordinance, where a

carried out clinical and serological investigation referred to in section 55, and measures

referred to in section 56, which confirmed the absence of foot diseases and

mouth disease.



(2) the institutions of the European Union may decide to ban the movement of animals

susceptible species from the territory or region of the United States, in which it was created

an outbreak of foot-and-mouth, to another Member State until the

restored to the status of a territory free of foot and mouth disease in accordance with the terms of

of the international animal health code of the International Office of Epizootics

Health (OIE), even in the case that issued the decision under paragraph 1, with the

except in cases where the animals



and) have not been vaccinated and are consigned directly to a slaughterhouse for the purpose of

without losers, or



(b)) have been isolated for at least 30 days immediately prior to loading and

has been subjected to a serological test for antibodies against

non-structural proteins of foot-and-mouth, with a negative

the result, which was carried out on samples taken in the course of 10 days

prior to loading.



(3) without prejudice to paragraph 1 (b). (b)), the institutions of the European Union

decide that until the status of the territory free of foot and mouth disease

in accordance with the terms of the international animal health code of the international

Office of Epizootics (OIE) will be reduced RADIUS surveillance zone around the

the vaccination zone referred to in § 51 para. 2, following the successful implementation of

the measures referred to in section 56.



§ 62



Certification of animals of susceptible species and products from these animals for the purposes of

trading



Additional certification of animals of susceptible species and products derived from

these animals required by this Decree for the purposes of trafficking takes up to

to recover the territory free of foot and mouth disease pursuant to section 59 and 60.



§ 63



The movement of vaccinated animals of susceptible species after the recovery of status

free from foot and mouth disease



(1) the sending of animals of susceptible species vaccinated against foot and

mouth disease to other Member States is prohibited.



(2) the authorities of the European Union, while respecting the relevant provisions of the

of the international animal health code of the International Office of Epizootics (OIE)

by way of derogation from the prohibition provided for in paragraph 1 may decide on the adoption of the

specific measures for the vaccinated animals of susceptible species which are

held



and) in zoos within the programme of conservation of wild

animals, or



(b)) in the spaces that are provided by the competent authorities on the list

areas for breeding of animals considered to be breeding animals base

necessary to preserve the breed, for the conservation of genetic

resources of farm animals.



TITLE III



PREVENTIVE MEASURES



Part 1



Handling of foot and mouth disease virus



§ 64



The laboratories and establishments authorized to manipulate foot and

mouth disease



(1) to handle live foot-and-mouth virus



and) to research and diagnostic purposes can be exclusively in approved

laboratories listed in the list of national laboratories in the Member States

authorized to handle live foot-and-mouth virus, published on the

the website of the State Veterinary Administration,



(b)) in the manufacturing of either inactivated antigens for the production of vaccines, or

in the production of vaccines and related research can be exclusively in

approved laboratories listed in the list of laboratories in the Member States

authorized to handle live foot-and-mouth virus for the production

vaccines published on the website of the State

the Veterinary Administration.



(2) in the performance of the State veterinary supervision of laboratories and

the devices, which have to be handled with the live virus, foot-and-

its genome, antigens or vaccines produced from such

antigens, to research, diagnostic and production purposes, control

the authorities of the State veterinary supervision also are laboratories and

the device referred to in paragraph 1 are operated in accordance with the standards

Biosecurity laid down in annex 12 to this Decree.



§ 65



Cooperation with the veterinary experts of the Commission



Where the Commission implements its veterinary experts on-site inspections to

determine whether the security systems applied in the laboratory and

the establishments referred to in the lists of the national laboratories of the Member States

authorized to handle live foot-and-mouth virus and laboratories


Member States authorized to handle live foot-and-mouth virus

for the production of vaccines, published on the website

The State Veterinary Administration comply with the bio-security standards

laid down in annex 12 to this Decree, the State provides them with

animal health management in accordance with § 48 para. 1 (b). of paragraph 2 of the law)

the necessary cooperation, specifically in the participation of the veterinary

experts of the Czech Republic on those checks.



§ 66



National reference laboratory for foot-and-mouth disease



(1) laboratory testing for foot and mouth disease is carried out in

laboratories, which was the State Veterinary Administration issued under section 50

the law permits the implementation of such laboratory activity. Laboratory

tests to confirm the presence of the virus or foot and mouth disease virus

other vesicular diseases shall be carried out in the laboratory referred to in the list of

the national laboratories of the Member States authorized to handle live virus

foot and mouth disease published on the website of the State

Veterinary Administration, in accordance with section 67.



(2) Laboratory, which was approved as a national reference laboratory and

It is listed in the list of national laboratories of Member States entitled

to handle live foot-and-mouth published on

the website of the State Veterinary Administration, carries out the tasks laid down

special legislation ^ 23) and the tasks referred to in annex 15 to this

the Decree; ensures the sending of appropriate samples to reference

laboratories of the European Union, shall perform the functions and duties referred to in annex No. 16

to this Decree. Based on the agreement, which must be communicated to the Commission,

can a national reference laboratory to provide services to other Member

States.



(3) laboratory examination under this Ordinance is used primarily to

confirm or rule out foot and mouth disease and to exclude other

vesicular diseases. If confirmed as an outbreak of foot-and-mouth

carried out the identification of virus serotype and antigenic

properties of the virus in relation to the reference strains, in the case of vaccination

necessary in cooperation with the European Union's reference laboratory.



(4) samples from farm animals that have symptoms of swine vesicular

disease and react negatively to the foot and mouth disease virus, or on

swine vesicular disease virus, is sent to a reference laboratory

The European Union for further examination.



§ 67



Diagnosis of foot and mouth disease



For the diagnosis of foot and mouth disease and for the differential diagnosis

other vesicular diseases used diagnostic tests and standards

referred to in annex 13 to this Decree. If the authorities the Commission adopted

an operational manual for the diagnosis of foot-and-mouth and for

the differential diagnosis of vesicular diseases other than swine vesicular

disease, the procedure is also referred to in this manual.



Part 2



The contingency plan and the center of disease control



§ 68



The contingency plan



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

shall draw up a contingency plan, and taking into account the criteria and requirements

laid down in annex 17 to this Decree.



(2) contingency plan



and provides access to all) facilities, equipment, materials and

the staff, which are necessary for the rapid and efficient eradication of the outbreak

foot and mouth disease;



(b)) provides for measures to be implemented if necessary, cope with the large number of

outbreaks of foot and mouth disease referred to in point 12 of Annex 17 to this

the Decree. Lists the vaccine in the event of

emergency vaccination and areas with zones of high concentration of animals

taking into account the criteria set out in annex 10 to this Decree, ensures

the highest level of control and all necessary arrangements,

that can prevent damage to the environment in the event of the occurrence of the

an outbreak of foot and mouth disease and minimize the losses incurred as a result of

the occurrence of outbreaks, particularly if it is necessary to bury or burn the carcases

dead or killed animals on site;



(c) cooperation with neighbouring) coordinates the Member States.



(3) the State Veterinary Administration shall provide in accordance with § 48 para. 1 (b).

of paragraph 2 of the law) a contingency plan for approval to the Commission and announces her

without delay, substantial changes in the approved contingency plan.



(4) the State Veterinary Administration updates contingency plan every 5

years, in particular, on the basis of real-time alert exercises (hereinafter referred to as

"alert") and submit it to the Commission for approval.



§ 69



Alert



(1) shall be made alert exercises in accordance with the contingency plan and

Annex 17 of this Decree. If it is possible and feasible,

they are organized in close cooperation with the competent authorities of neighbouring

of the Member States.



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

Act passes the information to the Commission about the main results of training

alarms, as part of the information provided by the Special

^ Law 24).



The center of disease control



section 70



(1) in the event of an outbreak of foot and mouth disease in the context of

extraordinary health measures under section 15 of the Act without delay

be established in the framework of the State Veterinary Administration of the national control centre

of the disease and in the framework of regional veterinary administrations regional control centres

of the disease.



(2) the national disease control centre shall direct and monitor the operations of the regional

disease control centres. He may delegate some of its activities on the

the regional disease control center, if this does not prejudice the fulfilment of its

tasks.



(3) the regional disease control centres shall carry out its tasks in close cooperation with the

the National Center of disease control, in particular in order to ensure

the rapid and effective implementation of measures to control the disease.



§ 71



The national disease control centre is responsible in particular for the



and) designing the necessary disease control measures,



b) ensuring the prompt and efficient implementation of these measures, the regional

centers of disease control,



(c)) the security of persons and material resources for regional control centres

the disease,



d) transmission of information to the Commission and competent authorities of other Member

States,



(e)) the provision of information to the competent authorities and persons,



f) organising an emergency vaccination and defining vaccination zones



g) connection and cooperation with diagnostic laboratories,



h) coordination of activities with the competent authorities of environmental protection

in the area of the State veterinary supervision and protection of the environment,



I) links with the police and other enforcement authorities in order to ensure

the proper implementation of the necessary measures,



j) connection with the media.



§ 72



The national disease control centre shall be adequately

staffed and materially equipped to manage an efficient eradication campaign.

Must have, in particular,



and) system for the identification of herds of animals and animal location, if possible

computer,



b) all suitable means of communication including telephones and faxes, and

If possible facilities for communication with the media,



c) communication system for the exchange of information with regional control centres

the disease, laboratories and other relevant organizations and institutions,

If possible, the computer,



d) maps and other sources of information for use in the management of measures for

of disease control,



e) shared on every day, which in chronological order

record all events associated with the occurrence of an outbreak of foot and

mouth disease and allowing different activities to be linked and coordinated,



f) the list of national and international organizations, institutions and laboratories

dealing with the occurrence of an outbreak of foot-and-mouth, and when you are

such events are contacted,



g) list of people who can be called upon immediately to serve at the regional

disease control centres or in the Group of experts pursuant to § 74 during the

the occurrence of an outbreak of foot-and-mouth



h) the list of authorities and institutions to protect the environment, which may

to be contacted in case of an outbreak of foot and mouth disease,



I) maps showing the locations of the areas concerned, for the purposes of

disposal and processing of animal carcases and animal,



(j)) list of companies approved for treatment or processing of carcasses and

other animal carcases and animal that can be mobilized in the

the case of the occurrence of an outbreak of foot-and-mouth, specifying their address,

capacity and the ability to establish a connection,



to) a list of measures to monitor and prevent the escape of disinfectants

resources, body tissue and fluid displacement into the surrounding environment when

decomposition of carcasses, particularly into surface waters and groundwaters.



section 73



(1) the County disease control centre shall be of such an organization, and

governance structure, which provides fast, effective and coordinated

implementation of disease control measures, applied under this order in

the case of an outbreak of foot and mouth disease, in particular the implementation of the

the epidemiological investigation, the State Veterinary surveillance in the zones,

environmental protection, tracing of animals and animal products,


slaughter ordered in terms of the protection of animals and emergency slaughter

disposing and processing of carcasses of animals from infected

herds, cleaning and disinfection, other rendering and the emergency measures

vaccination.



(2) the County disease control centre shall be adequately

staffed and materially equipped. Must have, in particular,



a) one telephone line reserved for communication with the National Centre

disease control and accessible phone lines where persons employed

in agriculture and other rural residents to obtain current and accurate

for information about the measures taken,



(b)) field staff equipped with communication

resources and effective processing of all necessary data,



c) record system, preferably computer-based, connected to the national

the center of disease control and to all necessary databases, organizations,

institutions and laboratories,



d) common shared on every day, which in chronological

the order record all events associated with the occurrence of an outbreak of

foot and mouth disease and that allows you to join, and the coordination of the various

activities,



(e) the list of persons) of the current, including private veterinarians and

local organizations that can be contacted and called upon in the event of

the occurrence of an outbreak of foot-and-mouth



(f)) a current list of the holding in respect of which may be the case

the occurrence of an outbreak of foot-and-mouth protection and control are applied

the measures referred to in § 16 and 18,



(g)) the current list of possible sites for incineration or burial of carcasses

animals killed in accordance with this Decree and to process them in the

accordance with the requirements of the veterinary services and the protection of the environment,



(h)) the current list of organizations and institutions to protect the environment in the

the region, which must be contacted and called upon in the event of an outbreak of

foot and mouth disease,



I) maps showing the places suitable for burial of carcasses, which

do not present a risk of damage to the environment, in particular to surface

and groundwater,



(j)) list of companies approved for treatment or processing of carcasses and

other animal carcases and animal,



to) a list of measures to monitor and prevent the escape of disinfectants

resources, body tissue and fluid displacement into the surrounding environment when

decomposition of carcasses, particularly into surface waters and groundwaters.



(3) details of the location, organization, management, equipment, personnel,

communications and information channels of the regional disease control center

disease provides a contingency plan.



The Group of experts



§ 74



(1) in the event of an outbreak of foot-and-mouth is constituted a permanent

Working Group of experts, in a balanced manner consists of epidemiologists,

Veterinary scientists and virologů, that is your professional

to assist the veterinary administration authorities in ensuring

the readiness of the presence of foot-and-mouth.



(2) upon the occurrence of a suspected foot and mouth disease the expert group

in particular, the



and) evaluate the clinical picture and the epidemiological situation,



(b)) provides consultation regarding the sampling and analyses needed for

diagnosis of foot-and-mouth and suggests additional actions and measures.



(3) upon the occurrence of an outbreak of foot-and-mouth the expert group, in particular



and) evaluates in the index case and if necessary on the spot, the clinical

picture and an analysis of the epidemiological inquiry in order to be collected

the data required for the determination of the origin of the disease, the date of introduction of the originator

of the disease, and the possible spread of the disease,



(b)) shall submit a report on the results of the evaluation and analysis of the State Veterinary

the Administration and the National Center of disease control,



(c)) provides consultation on issues of screening, sampling,

investigative procedures, measures to control the disease, and the choice of strategies,

including consultations on bio-security measures on holdings

the places referred to in section 17 and, in relation to emergency vaccination,



d) follow up and guide the epidemiological inquiry



e) supplement the epidemiological data with geographical, climatic and other

the necessary information,



f) evaluates the epidemiological data and at regular intervals

assessing the risk



g) helps ensure that carcases and other handled animal

of origin have been handled with a minimum of detrimental effects on the

environment.



Part 3



Antigen and vaccine banks



§ 75



National Antigen and vaccine bank



(1) in the framework of the contingency plan can be set up and operated in such a

National Antigen and vaccine Bank (hereinafter referred to as "the National Bank")

for storage of stocks of antigens and vaccines for emergency vaccination,

registered under special legislation ^ 19).



(2) if it was established the National Bank,



and the State veterinary supervision) authorities shall check whether the Antigen and

the vaccines stored in the National Bank satisfy the minimum

standards for the Community antigen and vaccine Bank of the European Union with

regard to safety, sterility and content of non-structural proteins,

referred to in annex 14 to this Decree;



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

the Act shall inform the Commission about the Antigen and vaccine stocks kept

substances. Such information shall be deemed confidential and must not be published;

are transmitted to the Commission as part of the information provided to her by

special legal regulation ^ 24).



(3) in the event of emergency vaccination may be the appropriate manufacturing companies

entrusted with the packaging and storage of vaccines.



§ 76



Access to the Community antigen and vaccine Bank of the European Union



Access to the Community antigen and vaccine Bank of the European Union, the Czech

Republic on the basis of applications submitted to the Commission. From the point of view of the rights and

the obligations of the Czech Republic to the Community antigen and vaccine Bank of European

the Union is not applicable, whether it was established and is operated by a special national

Bank in the Czech Republic or the Czech Republic is connected to

an international Antigen and vaccine.



Part 4



Foot and mouth disease in other animal species



§ 77



(1) if necessary, the competent authority of the veterinary service in accordance

with § 48 para. 1 (b). (c)) or § 49 paragraph 1. 1 (b). (c)) of the Act, as well as

in accordance with the implementing rules for the application of this measure in the

the animals referred to in paragraph 2 (a). and second, if the sentence) rules

adopted by the European Union institutions, extend the ban on the feeding of kitchen

waste to all animals irrespective of their use or the place on the

which the present.



(2) If a suspicion of being infected with foot-and-mouth disease in

wild animals, Veterinary Administration, the competent authority in accordance with section 48

paragraph. 1 (b). (c)) or § 49 paragraph 1. 1 (b). (c)) of the Act shall take all

necessary measures to confirm or rule out the disease, in particular, shall ensure

examination of all wild animals of susceptible species that had

caught or found dead, including laboratory testing. At the same time

informs you about the suspected breeders of animals of susceptible species and

the user class.



(3) if the confirmation of a primary case of foot-and-mouth in

wild animals, the competent authority of the veterinary service



and) in accordance with § 48 para. 1 (b). (c)) or § 49 paragraph 1. 1 (b). (c))

the law shall immediately apply the protective and control measures referred to in part A

Annex No 6 to this Ordinance to restrict the spread of the disease, and draw up a

its eradication plan referred to in part B of annex 18 to this Decree,



(b)) informs about the confirmation of the disease of animals of susceptible species and of the breeder

the user class.



TITLE IV



FINAL PROVISIONS



§ 78



If it is found in the implementation of conservation and control measures under this

the decree that some measures does not correspond to the epidemiological situation, or

spreading foot and mouth disease virus despite protective and zdolávacím

the measures applied in accordance with this Decree, the State Veterinary

the Administration may ask the Commission for permission to implement alternative measures with

equivalent epidemiological effect, during a limited period,

the corresponding epidemiological situation.



§ 79



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

the Act shall submit to the Commission before 31 December. in December 2004, a contingency plan to

approval in terms of objectives and changes resulting from § 68.



PART TWO



Amendment of the Decree on measures for the prevention and control of diseases and illnesses

transmissible from animals to man



§ 80



In the second decree No. 299/2003 Coll., on measures for the prevention and

control of diseases and diseases transmissible from animals to humans, as amended by

Decree No. 356/2004 Coll., title IV, including the title.



PART THREE



The EFFECTIVENESS of the



§ 81



This Decree shall enter into force on 1 January 2000. July 2004.



Minister:



Ing. Palas in r.



Č. 1



THE CRITERIA FOR PUBLICATION OF AN OUTBREAK OF FOOT-AND-MOUTH



On the holding shall be designated as the focal point, is met, one or more

the following criteria:



1. in the case of an animal, a product derived from that animal, or in the surrounding area was

isolated virus foot and mouth disease.



2. in the case of an animal of a susceptible species are observed clinical signs


corresponding to the foot and mouth disease and in samples taken from an animal

or animals of the same epidemiological unit has been detected and identified by the

viral antigen or viral ribonucleic acid (RNA) specific to

one or more of the serotypes of foot-and-mouth.



3. in the case of an animal of a susceptible species are observed clinical signs

corresponding to the foot and mouth disease and the animal or herd are

positive for antibody to structural or non-structural

foot and mouth disease virus proteins, as a possible cause of

seropositivity previous vaccination, residual maternal

antibodies or non-specific reactions.



4. In samples taken from animals of susceptible species was detected and

identified by the viral antigen or viral ribonucleic acid (RNA)

typical for one or more of the serotypes of foot-and-mouth and

the animals are positive for antibody to structural or

non-structural proteins of foot-and-mouth, if in the case

antibodies to structural proteins as possible cause

seropositivity previous vaccination, residual maternal

antibodies or non-specific reactions.



5. the epidemiological link has been identified with a confirmed outbreak

foot and mouth disease, and at least one of the following conditions:



and) one or more animals are positive for antibody to

structural or non-structural proteins of foot and

mouth disease, as possible causes of seropositivity previous

vaccination, residual maternal antibodies or non-specific reactions;



(b)) in samples collected from one or more animals of susceptible species

has been detected and identified by the viral antigen or viral ribonucleic

acid (RNA) typical for one or more of the serotypes of foot and

mouth disease;



(c)) for one or more animals of susceptible species have been serologically

demonstrated active disease foot and mouth disease virus findings

seroconversion from a negative result on a positive result for antibodies

against structural or non-structural proteins of foot and

mouth disease, as possible causes of seropositivity previous

vaccination, residual maternal antibodies or non-specific reactions.



If you can not already reasonably seronegative status,

seroconversion is determined on samples taken from the same pairs

animal two or more times in a distance of at least 5 days in the case of

structural proteins and at least 21 days in the case of non-structural

protein;



(d) in an animal of a susceptible species) are observed clinical signs

corresponding to the foot and mouth disease.



Č. 2



REPORTS OF DISEASE AND FURTHER EPIDEMIOLOGICAL INFORMATION TO THE MEMBER STATE WITH THE

A CONFIRMED FOOT-AND-MOUTH DISEASE



1. Within 24 hours from the confirmation of each primary outbreak or case

in places or means of transport referred to in § 17 of this decree must

The State Veterinary Administration of the animal disease notification system

set up by decision of the institutions of the European Union to notify the following data:



and the day of departure);



(b)) time of dispatch;



(c) the country of origin);



(d) the name of the disease and where appropriate) type of virus;



e) serial number of outbreak;



f) type of outbreak;



g) reference number of outbreak linked to this outbreak;



h) region and geographical location of the holding;



even more, the affected area restrictions);



(j) the date of confirmation and method), which was used for confirmation;



k) date of suspicion;



l) expected date of first infection;



m) origin of the disease, if it can be detected;



n) disease control measures taken.



2. In the case of primary outbreaks or cases in premises or

means of transport, pursuant to section 17 of this decree must State

animal health management in addition to the data referred to in point 1 also provide these

information:



and the number of animals of each) of susceptible species in the outbreak, or in spaces and

means of transport, pursuant to section 17 of this Decree;



(b)) for each species and type (breeding, fattening, slaughter, etc.), the number of

dead animals of susceptible species on the holding, slaughterhouse or means of

the resource;



(c)) for each type (breeding, fattening, slaughter, etc.), morbidity and

the number of animals of susceptible species and the number of which has been confirmed

foot-and-mouth disease;



(d)) the number of animals of susceptible species killed in the outbreak, slaughterhouse or

means of transport;



(e)) the number of carcasses processed and destroyed;



f) distance of the outbreak from the nearest holding on which they are

kept animals of susceptible species;



(g)) if confirmed foot and mouth disease in a slaughterhouse or means of transport

resource, the location of one or more of the holding of origin of infected

animals or carcasses.



3. in the case of secondary outbreaks, the information referred to in point 1 and 2

within the time limit laid down in article 8 of Decree No. 299/2003 Coll., on measures

for the prevention and control of diseases and diseases transmissible from animals to

man.



4. State Veterinary Administration shall ensure that the information provided on the

outbreaks or cases of foot and mouth disease in a holding, slaughterhouse

or means of transport in accordance with points 1, 2 and 3 as soon as possible

supplemented by a written report to the Commission and the other Member States, which

at least includes:



and the date of the killing) animals of susceptible species on the holding, slaughterhouse or

means of transport and handling their carcasses;



(b)) the results of the tests carried out on samples taken after the killing of animals

susceptible species;



(c)) in application of the derogation provided for in § 18 of this order, the number of killed and

processed animals of susceptible species and, where appropriate, the number of animals of susceptible

species which are to be slaughtered at a later time, and the time limit specified for their

the losers;



(d)) all information on the possible origin of the disease or the confirmation;



(e)) in the case of a primary outbreak or case of foot-and-mouth on

the slaughterhouse or means of transport, the genetic type of virus which is

the cause of the outbreak or the case;



(f)) in cases where animals of susceptible species have been killed in contact

holdings or in holdings containing animals of susceptible species

suspected of being infected with foot-and-mouth, information on:



I) the date of killing and the number of animals of susceptible species in all categories

killed in each holding and in cases where animals of susceptible

species in contact holdings were not killed, must be provided

information about the reasons for that decision;



II) the epidemiological link between the outbreak or case of foot-and-

mouth disease and each contact holding or the reasons for the

suspicion of foot and mouth disease in each suspected

holdings;



(iii) the results of the laboratory examinations) samples taken from the animals

susceptible species on holdings and in their killing.



5. If the animal disease notification system for any reason is temporarily

functional, use other means of communication.



Č. 3



The INVESTIGATION



1.



Clinical examination



1.1. All animals of susceptible species on holdings must be clinically

examined for signs or symptoms of foot and mouth disease.



1.2. Special emphasis is placed on the animals, which could be a high

likely to be exposed to the virus of foot and mouth disease, in particular animals

transported from risky holdings or animals in close contact with

persons or equipment, which has been in close contact with risk

holdings.



1.3. The clinical examination must take into account the transmission of foot-and-mouth

including the incubation period under section 2 (b). (f)) of this order, and the farming method

animals of susceptible species.



1.4. The relevant records kept on the holding must be in detail

reviewed, in particular with regard to data for the purposes of animal health

required by the legislation in accordance with the law of the European Union and

where appropriate, information on morbidity, mortality and abortion, clinical

examinations, changes in productivity and feed intake, purchase or sale

of animals, visits of persons who may be contaminated, and other

important information from the perspective of history.



2.



Sampling procedures



2.1. General provisions



2.1.1. serological sampling shall be carried out:



2.1.1.1. According to the recommendations of the epidemiological team established within

the Group of experts referred to in § 74 of this order, and



2.1.1.2. in support of tracing and-also with regard to the definition in

Appendix No. 1 to this notice as evidence of the absence of the disease-in the past.



2.1.2. The possible sampling under surveillance after an outbreak of the

launched 21 days after removal of the animals of susceptible species from the

infected or infected holdings, and after preliminary cleaning and

disinfection, unless otherwise provided for in this annex.



2.1.3. The taking of samples from animals of susceptible species shall be carried out in accordance with the

the provisions of this annex, if they are always in the focus of sheep, goats, or

other animals of susceptible species not displaying clear clinical symptoms,

and, in particular, if the animals were isolated from cattle and pigs.



2.2. Sampling on holdings



In farms with suspected foot and mouth disease, but without

clinical signs, sheep and goats, and on the recommendation of the epidemiological

groups and other susceptible species examined by the sampling protocol,


on the basis of at least 95% can be used with confidence of detecting 5% prevalence.



2.3. sampling in protection zones



They are to be in accordance with section 35 of the Ordinance repealed measures pursuant to section 20

up to 34 of this order, are all of a holding within the protection zone,

where sheep and goats have not been in direct and close contact with bovine animals in

period of at least 21 days prior to taking the samples, examined according to the Protocol

sampling, which can be at least 95% level of confidence of detecting 5%

the prevalence of.



The regional veterinary services may, however, allows for the epidemiological

the circumstances, and in particular in application of measures pursuant to § 35 para. 1 (b). (b))

This order, decide that the samples are taken at the earliest 14 days after

removal of animals of susceptible species from an infected or contaminated

economy and after preliminary cleaning and disinfecting, if subscription

sampling in accordance with point 2.3. When using the statistical parameters, the

that can be used with at least 95% level of confidence to determine the prevalence of 2%

disease in the herds.



2.4. sampling in surveillance zones



They are to be in accordance with section 43 of the Ordinance repealed under section 36 of the measures

up to 42 of this order, are subjected to a holding within the surveillance zone

that in the absence of clinical signs must assume

foot and mouth disease, in particular, where sheep and goats are kept. For

the purpose of this investigation, it is sufficient to model of multi-stage sampling,

If the samples are taken:



2.4.1. on holdings in all administrative units within the zone,

where sheep and goats have not been in direct and close contact with bovine animals during the period

at least 30 days prior to taking the samples, and



2.4.2. in so many holdings referred to above, how much is needed to

the findings at least one infected holding at least 95%

sure, if the estimated prevalence 2% equally distributed in

zone, and



2.4.3. from as many sheep and goats in each economy needed

to detect 5% prevalence of disease within the herd with at least 95% level of confidence, and

from all sheep and goats on the holding is less than 15 sheep and goats.



2.5. Sampling for the purpose of monitoring



2.5.1. for the purposes of monitoring in the zones outside the zones specified in accordance with the

the provisions of § 20 of this Ordinance, and in particular for the confirmation of absence of disease

with flocks of sheep and goats, which are not in close and direct contact with the

-vaccinated bovine animals or unvaccinated pigs, the Protocol is used

the OIE recommended sampling for the purposes of monitoring or log of the subscription

the samples referred to in paragraph 2.4. except against paragraph 2.4.2., that

assumes a 1% prevalence of disease within the herd.



3.



The number of samples to be determined in accordance with the requirements of paragraphs 2.2., 2.3. and

2.4.3. will increase to take into account the established diagnostic sensitivity

used by the test.



Č. 4



PRINCIPLES AND PROCEDURES FOR CLEANING AND DISINFECTION



1.



General policies and procedures



1.1. Cleansing and disinfection procedures pursuant to section 12 of this Decree are

be carried out under official supervision and in accordance with the instructions of the official

veterinarian.



1.2. The disinfectants to be used and their concentrations are officially

approved by the competent authority to ensure destruction of foot

and mouth disease.



1.3. the efficacy of disinfectants must not be reduced to a long

storage.



1.4. the disinfectants to be used and the procedures are selected having regard to the nature of the

the premises, vehicles and objects which are to be treated.



1.5. the conditions under which degreasing agents and disinfectants are used must

ensure that their efficacy is not impaired. In particular must be complied with

technical specifications prescribed by the manufacturer, such as pressure, minimum

the temperature and the required time. The effectiveness of the disinfectant

must not be reduced to interactions with other substances, such as e.g.

degreasing agents.



1.6. independently of the disinfectant used, the following General apply resource

rules:



1.6.1. litter, manure and human waste disposal are disinfectant

thoroughly impregnated;



1.6.2. all surfaces that may be contaminated, and in particular

floors, ramps and walls after the removal or, if possible, remove the

a device or installation that might reduce the effectiveness of the cleansing and

disinfection procedures, are washed by careful brushing and scrubbing of thoroughly;



1.6.3. then use disinfectant for a minimum period

the action prescribed by the manufacturer;



1.6.4. water used for cleaning is removed in such a way that

spreading foot and mouth disease, and in accordance with the instructions

the official veterinarian.



1.7. After washing, which use liquid under pressure, and after

disinfection, re-contamination must be avoided or previously purified

disinfected parts.



1.8. the washing, disinfecting or disposing of the unit,

installations, articles or compartments may be contaminated.



1.9. Cleansing and disinfection procedures referred to in this Decree shall be given

in the records of the keeper or in the case of means of transport in the records

the carrier, and if necessary to the official authorisation, must be approved by the

the supervising official veterinarian.



2.



Special provisions for cleaning and disinfection of the infected holdings



2.1. preliminary cleansing and disinfection



2.1.1. When the spending habits of the animals all necessary measures are taken,

to prevent or minimize the spread of foot and mouth disease. To

These measures among others. include the installation of temporary disinfection equipment,

ensure the protective clothing and showers, decontamination of used equipment,

tools and accessories and the interruption of power supply to the ventilation

device.



2.1.2. The carcases of killed animals must be sprayed with disinfectant

the device and removed from the holding in sealed and leak-proof

the packaging for the purpose of processing and disposal.



2.1.3. When carcases of animals of susceptible species for the purpose of processing

and delete the parts of the holding in which these animals was

housed and any parts of other buildings, spaces, etc. the contaminated

When you spend, slaughter or post-mortem examinations sprayed

disinfectants approved for this purpose.



2.1.4. Any tissue or blood which may have escaped at the time of slaughter or

post-mortem examinations, and all gross debris from buildings, courtyards,

equipment, etc. are carefully collected and disposed of, together with the bodies.



2.1.5. the Used disinfectant must remain on all desktops

at least 24 hours.



2.2. final cleaning and disinfection



2.2.1. All surfaces of the grease and dirt from the degreasing

Agent and washed with cold water.



2.2.2. After washing with cold water are the areas sprayed again

disinfectant.



2.2.3. After 7 days are once again treated degreasing agent,

rinsed with cold water, sprayed with disinfectant and then

rinsed with cold water.



3.



Disinfection of contaminated bedding, manure, slurry and manure



3.1. The fixed part of the manure and used bedding are stored on the pile,

as far as possible with the addition of 100 kg granulated quick lime to 1 cubic meter

manure in order to achieve the temperature of at least 70 ° C throughout the

meeting, sprayed with disinfectant and left in place

at least 42 days during which should be meeting either obscured, or

translated, to ensure the heat treatment of all layers.



3.3. The manure, manure and slurry shall be stored for at least 42

days after the last addition of infective material. This period may be

extended heavy contamination or manure or under adverse

weather conditions. This period may be shortened when you add

disinfectant, which changes the pH sufficiently throughout the

mass for the purpose of destruction of foot-and-mouth.



4.



Special cases



4.1. If they cannot be, for technical or safety reasons made

the cleaning and disinfection operations in accordance with this Decree, must be

of the building or premises cleaned and disinfected as soon as possible,

in order to prevent the spread of foot and mouth disease, and at least 1 year

must remain unoccupied by animals of susceptible species.



4.2. By way of derogation from points 2.1. and 2.2. in case of an open economy

Air regional animal health management to provide for special cleaning and

disinfection procedures taking into account the type of holding and the climatic

terms and conditions.



4.3. By way of derogation from point 3, the regional veterinary services provide

specific disinfection procedures for manure, slurry and manure, if scientifically

demonstrated that the procedure ensures the effective destruction of the FMD virus

mouth disease.



Č. 5



THE RE-POPULATION OF HOLDINGS



1.



The General principles



1.1. The re-population can be initiated soon after 21 days from the

perform a final disinfection of the holding.



1.2. the animals for restocking can enter into the economy only

the following conditions:



1.2.1. animals do not come from the zones, which are subject to veterinary

restrictions in relation to foot-and-mouth disease;



1.2.2. Regional animal health management must have the certainty that in animals

intended for restocking can be detected any eventual residual


foot and mouth disease virus, either on the basis of clinical signs in the case of

cattle or pigs, or laboratory examination in the case of other types of

susceptible to foot-and-mouth disease, which is carried out at the end of

the observation period referred to in paragraph 1.3;



1.2.3. to ensure an adequate immune response referred to in paragraph 1.2.2. u

animals for restocking the animals must:



1.2.3.1. either come from or be moved from a holding located

in the zone with a radius of at least 10 km centred in that

the economy, in which there is an outbreak of foot-and-mouth at least

for a period of 30 days, or



1.2.3.2. must be subjected to tests in accordance with annex 13 to this

the decree for the presence of antibodies against the foot-and-mouth with

negative results, carried out on samples taken prior to

the entry of the animals into the economy.



1.3. Regardless of the type of farming used in the establishment must

restocking must meet the following conditions:



1.3.1. the animals must be stopped in all units and buildings of the competent

the economy;



1.3.2. in the case of holdings with more units or buildings may not

Re-introduction in all units or buildings at the same time.



No animal of a species susceptible to foot-and-mouth disease, however, may not leave the

economy, until they were all newly pledged animals in all

units and buildings carried out all procedures for restocking;



1.3.3. during the first 14 days after the arrest, animals must be clinically

examined every 3 days;



1.3.4. in the period between 15. and 28. on the day after the reintroduction of the animals must be

a clinical examination, once a week;



1.3.5. the first 28 days after the last new arrest must be all

animals clinically examined and for the purpose of testing for antibodies against

foot and mouth disease virus samples must be taken in accordance with the

the requirements of point 2.2. Annex No. 3 to this notice;



1.4. the re-population of the Procedure shall be deemed to have been terminated if the measures referred to in

point 1.3.5. has been carried out with negative results.



2.



The extended measures and derogations



2.1. Regional Veterinary Administration may order:



2.1.1. the use of indicator animals (biological indicators), especially

in the holdings that can be difficult to clean and disinfect, and particularly in the

holdings under the open sky. Detailed rules on the application of

indicator of animals may be established by the authorities of the European Union;



2.1.2. the additional safeguard and control measures within the framework of restocking.



2.2. Regional Veterinary Administration may derogate from the measures

referred to in points 1.3.2. -1.3.4. of this annex, if done restocking after

the expiry of 3 months from the occurrence of the last outbreak in the zone with a radius of 10 km

centred on the holding in which the restocking is done.



3.



Restocking in connection with emergency vaccination



3.1. the re-population of the vaccination zone established pursuant to § 51 of this order, the

be implemented either in accordance with paragraphs 1 and 2 of this annex, or in accordance with

§ 57 para. 1 (b). and) or para. 2 (a). a) points 1, 3 and 4 of this

the Decree.



3.2. The regional veterinary services may authorise the restocking of the vaccinated

animals in holdings situated outside the vaccination area after

implementation of the measures referred to in § 60 of this order and under the following conditions:



3.2.1. exceeding the proportion of vaccinated animals used for restocking exceeds 75

%, the vaccinated animals for at least 28 days after the last arrest

animals of susceptible species randomly tested for the presence of antibodies to

non-structural proteins using statistical parameters according to the

point 2.2. Annex No. 3 to this Decree and for non-vaccinated animals is true

the provisions of paragraph 1, or



3.2.2. If the market share does not exceed 75% of the vaccinated animals are non-vaccinated

animals regarded as an indicator of animals and apply the provisions of paragraph

1.



Č. 6



RESTRICTIONS ON THE MOVEMENT OF EQUIDAE



1.



Minimum measures



If at least one confirmed outbreak of foot-and-mouth in accordance with

section 11 of this order, it is necessary to ensure that equidae dispatched in not

other Member States, if they are not in addition to the licence of the horse under Act No.

154/2000 Coll., on the breeding, breeding and registration of livestock and

amending certain related laws (plemenářský Act), as amended by

amended, accompanied by an animal health certificate in accordance with § 19 para.

5 of Decree No 382/2003 Coll., on animal health requirements for trade

animal welfare and animal health conditions of their imports from third countries.



2.



The recommended additional measures



2.1. the measures when the exit ban Applies to regional health

a complete ban on the movement of management according to § 8 paragraph. 3 of this order, the

be the transport of equidae from holdings under restrictions laid down section 5 and 11 of this

the Decree authorised for equidae which need special veterinary

treatment in premises without animals of susceptible species, these are fulfilled

terms and conditions:



2.1.1. the case must be documented by the veterinarian is to

24 hours a day, 7 days a week;



2.1.2. the consent must be available to the clinic of destination;



2.1.3. the transport must be authorised by the regional veterinary services

are to achieve 24 hours a day, 7 days a week;



2.1.4. the equidae must be transported, accompanied by evidence of horses;



2.1.5. can be reached by the official veterinarian must be informed about the route

before departure;



2.1.6. the equidae must be groomed and cared for an effective disinfectant

a means;



2.1.7. the equidae must be transported in means of transport specified

for the transport of horses, which is recognizable as such and is cleaned and

disinfected before and after use.



2.2. Checking of equidae in relation to the protection zones and surveillance zones



2.2.1. The movement of equidae outside the protection and surveillance zones

is not subject to any other conditions than under Decree No 382/2003 Coll.

animal health requirements for trade in animals and animal health

the terms of their imports from third countries.



2.2.2. The movement of equidae within the protection and surveillance zones

defined in accordance with section 20 of this Decree shall be subject to the following conditions:



2.2.2.1. the use of equidae kept on holdings situated in the protection zone

and the surveillance zone in which there are animals of susceptible species are kept, may

be allowed in the protection zone, subject to appropriate cleaning and

disinfection and shall not be limited in areas located in the zone

supervision;



2.2.2.2. equidae may be transported without restrictions in traffic

the resource specified for the transport of horses to a holding in which they are not

kept animals of susceptible species;



2.2.2.3. the regional veterinary services may, in exceptional cases,

authorise the transport of equidae in dedicated or registered means of transport

transport of horses from a holding in which they are not kept

animals of susceptible species to another holding where they are kept

animals of susceptible species and situated within the protection zone,

subject to cleansing and disinfection of the transport prostředkí;



2.2.2.4. the movement of equidae on public roads, pastures

belonging to holdings which are not kept animals of susceptible

species, and cvičištích can be enabled.



2.2.3. The collection of semen, and embryos of the equine species the egg cells from the

donor animals in holdings where animals are kept

susceptible species in the protection zone and the surveillance zone and the transport of semen

the egg cells and embryos of the equine species to equidae to recipients in

holdings where animals of susceptible species are kept,

are not limited.



2.2.4. Visit owners of equidae, veterinary surgeons,

inseminátorů and podkovářů in holdings in the surveillance zones in which

animals of susceptible species are kept, but which are not subject to the restrictions

pursuant to section 5 and 11 of this Decree shall be subject to the following conditions:



2.2.4.1. the equidae are kept separate from animals of susceptible species and the amount of

the said persons are effectively prevented from access to animals of susceptible

species;



2.2.4.2. all persons referred to in point 2.2.4. must be registered;



2.2.4.3. means of transport and persons referred to in point 2.2.4. are

cleaned and disinfected.



Č. 7



TREATMENT OF THE PRODUCTS FOR THE PURPOSE OF DESTRUCTION OF FOOT-AND-MOUTH



PART and products of animal origin



1. Meat products treated with at least one of the treatments referred to in the first

columns of table 1 of annex III to Directive 2002/99/EC of 16 December 2002. December

2002 laying down the animal health rules governing the production, processing,

distribution and introduction of products of animal origin intended for human

consumption.



2. Hides and skins conforming to the requirements provided for in article 20 and annex VIII

Chapter VI (b). And point 2 (a). c) or (d)) of Regulation (EC) No 1774/2002.



3. Sheep's wool, ruminant hair and pig bristles complying with the requirements

in accordance with article 20 and annex VIII chapter VI (b). A, point 1 of Regulation (EC)

No 1774/2002.



4. products derived from animals of susceptible species which have undergone:



and) either a heat treatment in a hermetically sealed container with a value of

Fo 3.00 or higher, or



(b)) a heat treatment in which temperature is achieved at least


70 ° C for at least 60 minutes.



5. Blood and blood products of animals of susceptible species used for

technical purposes, including pharmaceuticals, in vitro diagnostic reagents and

laboratory reagents which have undergone at least one of the treatments

referred to in annex VIII, chapter IV (a). (B) paragraph 3 (b). sub-item (e))

II) Regulation (EC) No 1774/2002.



6. the rendered Lard and rendered fats which have undergone the heat

treatment in accordance with annex VII, chapter IV (a). (B) point 2 (b). (d)) and below

IV) Regulation (EC) No 1774/2002.



7. Feed for pet animals and DOGCHEWS, which

comply with the requirements referred to in annex VIII, chapter II (a). (B) in point 2, 3

or 4 of Regulation (EC) No 1774/2002.



8. the game trophies of ungulates which comply with the requirements referred to in

Annex VIII, Chapter VII (a). And section 1, 3 and 4 of Regulation (EC) No.

1774/2002.



9. Animal casings which in accordance with Chapter 1 of the annex No. 1 to

Decree No. 379/2003 Coll., on animal health requirements for trade in

animal products, not covered by specific legislation,

and the animal health conditions of their imports from third countries, cleaned,

scraped and either salted for 30 days, or after the sodium chloride

scraping and were protected from re-contamination or dried after treatment before

.



(B) the origin of the Products neživočišného



1. Straw and roughage, which



and have been treated with either)



I) steam in a closed Chamber for at least 10 minutes and at a minimum

the temperature of 80 ° C, or



II) formalínovými vapours (Formaldehyde gas) operating in a closed

Chamber for at least 8 hours and at a minimum temperature of 19 ° C when

using the usual sales solutions with 35-40% concentration, or



(b)) have been stored in bales or bales in indoor spaces

located at least 2 km from the nearest outbreak of foot and

foot-and leave the premises before the expiry of at least 3 months from

their cleaning and disinfection in accordance with § 12 of this Decree and in no

the case before lifting restrictions in the protection zone.



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PART and the treatment of fresh meat



1. fresh meat without bones:



Meat (all parts of domestic bovine animals, including the species Bison Bison and Bubalus

bubalis, swine, sheep, goats and solipeds which are fit for human

consumption) with bránicemi, but excluding offal, from which they were removed

bones and the main accessible lymphatic glands.



2. Trimmed offal:



-heart from which lymphatic glands have been completely removed, the connective tissue

and the fat;



-liver from which lymphatic glands have been completely removed, the connective tissue

and the fat;



-whole masseter muscles, incised in accordance with subparagraph (a). and section and paragraph 41)

part VIII (health inspection after slaughter) of annex 1 to the Decree

No 202/2003 Coll., on animal health requirements for fresh meat, minced

meat, meat preparations and meat products from which they are completely

removed lymph nodes, connective tissue and adhering fat;



-languages with epithelium, but without bone, cartilage and tonsils;



-lungs from which the trachea and bronchial tubes have been removed and

the Mediastinal and bronchial lymphatic glands;



-other offal without bone or cartilage from which have been completely removed

lymph nodes, connective tissue, adhering fat and mucous membranes.



3. The maturing:



-maturation of carcasses at a temperature above + 2 ° C for at least

for 24 hours;



-the pH value measured in the middle of the longissimus dorsi muscle of m less than

6.0.



4. You must use effective measures against cross-contamination.



(B) additional measures for the production of fresh meat of susceptible animals

species originating in the surveillance zone



1. fresh meat, excluding heads, viscera and offals, intended for

placing on the market outside the protection zone and surveillance zone is produced when

compliance with at least one of the following additional conditions:



and) ruminants:



(I) the animals have been inspected) pursuant to § 23 para. 2 of this order and



II) the meat is treated under points 1, 3 and 4 of part A;



(b)) all animals of susceptible species:



even the animals have remained on the holding) at least 21 days and are identified and

registered in a way that allows you to trace the holding of origin, and



(ii)) the animals have been inspected in accordance with § 23 para. 2 of this order and



III) the meat is clearly identified and is suspended under official supervision

at least 7 days and is not released into circulation until the end of the period

the suspension officially ruled out any suspicion of being infected with a virus

foot and mouth disease on the holding of origin;



c) all animals of susceptible species:



I) animals in the holding of origin for a period of 21 days ban

the movement, during which it was not, by virtue of the holding no animal

species susceptible to foot-and-mouth disease, and



(ii)) the animals have been within 24 hours after loading supervised in accordance with article 23 of the

paragraph. 2 of this order and



III) samples taken in accordance with the statistical requirements referred to in point

2.2. Annex 3 to this notice during the 48 hours of loading have been with

a negative result should be examined for antibodies against FMD virus

mouth disease, and



IV) meat is suspended under official control for 24 hours and is not freed

into circulation until repeated clinical examinations of animals on the farm

the origin of the excluded the presence of infected animals or animals suspected

from the disease.



2. Trimmed offal are marked with the health mark referred to in

Part XI, section B of the annex 1 to the Decree No. 202/2003 Coll.

animal health requirements for fresh meat, minced meat, meat preparations

and meat products, as amended, and subject to one of the

the treatment referred to in point 1 of part A of annex 7 to this Decree.



3. other products are treated in accordance with § 31 of this Decree.



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TREATMENT OF MILK FOR THE PURPOSE OF DESTRUCTION OF FOOT-AND-MOUTH



PART AND



Milk and milk products for human consumption



The following treatments are recognised to provide sufficient guarantees

for the effective destruction of foot and mouth disease virus in milk and milk

products for human consumption. It is necessary to take all necessary

measures that prevent milk or milk products came after

processing into contact with any potential source of FMD virus

mouth disease.



1.



Milk for human consumption must be subject to at least one of the following

methods:



1.1. sterilisation at least f03;



1.2. UHT treatment (a);



1.3. HTST treatment (b), carried out twice for milk with a pH of 7.0 or

higher;



1.4. HTST treatment of milk with a pH below 7.0;



1.5. HTST combined with another physical treatment:



1.5.1. either by reducing the pH below 6 for at least one hour, or



1.5.2. additional heating to a temperature of at least 72 ° C or higher,

associated with dryness.



2.



Milk products must either be treated with one of the above ways,

or be produced from milk treated in accordance with paragraph 1.



3.



Any other treatment decisions the European Union institutions, in particular for

raw milk products with extended ageing process, including the reduction of

a pH below 6.



PART (B)



Milk and milk products not intended for human consumption and milk and milk

products for animal nutrition



The following treatments are recognised to provide sufficient guarantees

for the effective destruction of foot and mouth disease virus in milk and milk

products not intended for human consumption or for feed

animals. You must take all necessary measures to prevent

milk or milk products have come into contact with after processing

any potential source of FMD virus.



1.



Milk not intended for human consumption and milk for animal consumption must be

subject to at least one of the following ways:



1.1. sterilisation at least f03;



1.2. UHT treatment ^ (a) in conjunction with another physical treatment referred to in

paragraph 1.4.1. or 1.4.2.;



1.3. HTST treatment ^ (b), carried out twice;



1.4. HTST combined with another physical treatment:



1.4.1. either lowering the pH below 6 for at least one hour, or



1.4.2. additional heating to a temperature of at least 72 ° C or higher,

associated with dryness.



2.



Milk products must either be treated with one of the above ways,

or be produced from milk treated in accordance with paragraph 1.



3.



Whey destined for feeding to animals of susceptible species and produced from milk

treated in accordance with paragraph 1 may be removed before 16 hours

after coagulation of milk and its pH value before being transported to farms

porcine animals must be less than 6.0.



(a) UHT = ultra high temperature treatment (Ultra High Temperature) when

132 ° C for at least one second.



(b) a HTST = high temperature short time pasteurization (High Temperature

Short Time) at a temperature of 72 ° C for at least 15 seconds, or treatment with

equivalent to the pasterizačním effect, which is to achieve a negative reaction

the phosphatase test.



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CRITERIA FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF PROTECTIVE VACCINATION AND GUIDELINES FOR EMERGENCY PROGRAMS

VACCINATION



1. the criteria when deciding to implement protective vaccination (^ *)

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The decision of the

Kritéria -----------------------------------

For vaccination against vaccination

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The density of population of susceptible animals high low

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Clinically affected species prevailing ruminants pigs

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The movement of potentially infected

animals or products out of

zone demonstrated the unproven

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The probability of airborne

the virus from the infected farms high low or zero

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Appropriate available vaccine is not available

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The origin of the outbreaks (discoverability) unknown known

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The curve of the incidence of outbreaks, the spike in weak or slow

the increase in

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The layout of the outbreaks of large-area bounded by

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The public response to the destruction of herds

animals by systematic spending

(method of stamping-out) strong weak

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The acceptability of regionalization after vaccination yes no

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2. Additional criteria for making decisions for the implementation of the emergency

vaccination



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The decision of the

Kritéria -----------------------------------

For vaccination against vaccination

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The acceptability of regionalisation for the third

a country known unknown

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Economic evaluation of competing under the assumptions based on assumptions

control strategies, damping damping would

strategy strategy

vaccination has led to emergency

vaccination has led to significantly higher

economic to significantly

the loss of higher

in the agricultural economic

and non-agricultural losses

sectors in the agricultural

and non-agricultural

sectors

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According to the assumptions cannot be rule

24/48 hours effectively used in two

the following days 1 Yes No

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Significant social and psychological impact

liquidation of herds of animals yes no

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The existence of large farms

with intensive animal rearing in the bands

with a low density of herds of animals yes no

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1 Rule 24/48 hours means:



and the infected herds on holdings), pursuant to section 11 of this Ordinance cannot be

destroyed by the method of stamping-out within 24 hours of confirmation of the disease, and



(b) preventive culling of potentially infected) or contaminated

animals cannot be safely carried out within 48 hours.

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3. the definition of areas with a high density of livestock



3.1. when deciding on the adoption of measures in accordance with this Decree,

and, in particular, measures pursuant to § 51 para. 2 of this order of the veterinary

In addition to a thorough epidemiological assessment of management will consider the definition

areas with a high density of livestock referred to in point 3.2. or

Alternatively, under section 38 (a). j) Decree No. 299/2003 Coll., on measures for the

the prevention and control of diseases and diseases transmissible from animals to man

and apply a stricter definition.



The definition may be amended on the basis of new scientific data

by decision of the institutions of the European Union.



3.2. Animals of susceptible species



The animals of susceptible species is an area with a high density of herds of animals

the geographical area with a radius of 10 km around a holding of animals

susceptible species suspected of being infected or infected with foot-and

mouth disease, it is the density of animals of susceptible species higher than 1000

pieces per km2.



The economy must be located either in a sub-region as defined

in section 2 (a). q) of this order, in which the density of animals of susceptible

species higher than 450 head per km2 or at a distance of less than 20 km from the

This sub-area.



(*) In accordance with the report of the Scientific Committee on animal health and for the proper

treatment of animals in 1999.



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cancelled



Č. 12



THE BIO-SECURITY STANDARDS FOR THE LABORATORIES AND ESTABLISHMENTS HANDLING

LIVE FOOT-AND-MOUTH



1. the laboratories and establishments handling live foot and

-must meet or exceed the minimum requirements referred to in

' Minimum standards for laboratories working with the foot and

mouth disease in vitro and in vivo "(Minimum standards for Laboratories

working with foot-and-mouth virus in vitro and in vivo) established

The European Commission for the control of foot-and-mouth on 26. the meeting in

Rome in April 1985, as amended in 1993.



2. the laboratories and establishments handling live foot and

mouth disease must be inspected at least twice every five years,

one of the checks shall be carried out without prior notice.



3. The monitoring group is made up of at least



-one expert from the Commission,



-one expert in foot and mouth disease,



-one independent expert for questions of bio-security in the

laboratories are exposed to microbiological risks.



4. The inspection team shall submit a report to the Commission and the Member States in

accordance with decision 98/139/EC.



Č. 13



DIAGNOSTIC TESTS AND STANDARDS FOR DIAGNOSIS OF FOOT-AND-MOUTH AND

FOR THE DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS OF OTHER VESICULAR VIRUS DISEASES



In the context of this annex, the "test" means a laboratory diagnostic procedure

and "standard" reference reagent that has become an internationally recognised

standard on the basis of comparative tests carried out by the various

laboratories.



PART AND



Diagnostic tests



1. Best practices



Diagnostic tests listed in the manual of standards for diagnostic tests

and vaccines of the OIE, hereinafter referred to as "OIE Manual", as "the prescribed

"tests for international trade reference tests for the diagnosis of

vesicular diseases in the European Union. National reference laboratories

must adopt standards and tests that are at least as strict as

standards and tests as defined in the OIE Manual.



The Commission may decide to adopt more stringent testing procedures than

procedures are defined in the OIE Manual.



2. alternative procedures



The use of tests defined in the OIE Manual as "alternative tests"

or other tests that are not listed in the OIE Manual is enabled, if it is

demonstrated that the performance of the test achieves or exceeds the

sensitivity and specificity parameters according to the OIE Manual or by attachments

the relevant legislation of the European Union (depending on which

parameters are more stringent).



National reference laboratories that perform diagnostic tests for

the purpose of a national or international trade or commerce within the

The European Union, must make and store the necessary records, which can be

demonstrate that their testing procedures comply with the relevant

the requirements of the OIE or the European Union.



3. the Standards and quality control



The national reference laboratories shall regularly participate in standardisation

activities and external quality assurance exercises organised by the

the European Union's reference laboratory.



In the framework of such exercises can the European Union reference laboratory

take into account the results of the tests of certain national reference laboratories,

within a reasonable period participated in quality assurance exercises organised by the

one of the international organisations responsible for outsourcing

the quality of diagnosis of vesicular virus diseases, such as OIE,

The food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations

or of the International Atomic Energy Agency.



The national reference laboratory shall carry out internal programs provide

the quality. The conditions for these programs may be established by decision of the

institutions of the European Union. Until the adoption of detailed provisions of the program

the OIE guidelines for laboratory quality evaluation (OIE Guidelines for

Laboratory Quality Evaluation) (OIE standards Commission, September 1995).



As part of the quality assurance national reference laboratories,


that their commonly used tests correspond to the requirements for sensitivity and

accuracy, as defined in the OIE Manual, or in annex 14 to this

the Decree (depending on which parameters are more stringent).



4. the procedures for the recruitment and screening tests and standards for diagnosis

vesicular virus diseases



Tests and standards for vesicular virus diseases

be adopted by decision of the institutions of the European Union.



The Commission may take into account the scientific recommendations that arose from the discussions

national reference laboratories organized reference laboratory

Of the European Union.



5. checking the conformity of the



Data from standardisation and external quality assurance exercises

organised by the European Union reference laboratory are evaluated

at the annual meetings of the national reference laboratories and

notified to the Commission, which is reviewing the list of national reference

laboratories according to the list of national laboratories in the Member States

authorized to handle live foot-and-mouth virus, published on the

the website of the State Veterinary Administration.



The lab, which tests do not correspond to the prescribed requirements

sensitivity and specificity, the Commission requests that within a reasonable period

to adjust their procedures to ensure that they comply with those

requirements. Unless the laboratory within the prescribed period the

level of performance, the results of its tests after this period in

The European Union recognised.



6. selection and transport of samples



A reasonable part of the sampling of field materials shall be sent to some

of the laboratories referred to in the list of national laboratories in the Member States

authorized to handle live foot-and-mouth virus published on

the website of the State Veterinary Administration. However, if these are not

samples are available, or are not suitable for carriage, can be used

the primary material culture from the same host species or material

cell culture from a small number of passages.



You need to tell the history of the primary material or cell culture.



Samples for vesicular virus diseases can be

transported at 4 ° C, does not exceed the estimated transit time

to the receiving laboratory for 24 hours.



For the transport of samples of oesophageal-hltanového reacted (pharyngeal curette)

It is recommended that solid carbon dioxide (dry ice) or liquid nitrogen, in particular

If you cannot eliminate the delays at airports.



Special measures are required for the safe packaging material

obtained from animals suspected of foot-and-mouth in the carriage of

within the country and between countries. These measures shall, in particular, to prevent the infringement of the

containers or escape from the containers and the risk of contamination, but are also important

for the receipt of samples in a satisfactory condition. Freezing liners have priority

before the melting ice to prevent the possibility of water leaks from the package.



Before sending the samples must be informed in advance by the laboratory of destination and

the adoption of these samples must be previously agreed.



Must be complied with the laws of the Member States concerned on the

transport of samples.



PART (B)



Standards



Protocols of the OIE Manual provides for vesicular virus diseases

the reference procedures for virus isolation, detection of antigens and antibodies.



1.



Foot-and-mouth disease



1.1. Antigen detection



Standards survey foot and mouth disease virus Antigen shall be established

by decision of the institutions of the European Union, following consultation with a reference laboratory

Of the European Union.



The standard inactivated antigens of all seven serotypes are available in

the world of the OIE/FAO reference laboratory for foot-and-mouth disease (WRL).



The national reference laboratories shall ensure that their detection system

Antigen match these minimum standards. Reference laboratory

The European Union, they may, where appropriate, recommend a dilution of these antigens in

order to obtain the strong or weak positive results.



1.2. Virus isolation



The standards for the detection of foot-and-mouth down

by decision of the institutions of the European Union, following consultation with a reference laboratory

Of the European Union.



Isolates of foot and mouth disease virus strains are available in the world

the OIE/FAO reference laboratory for foot-and-mouth disease (WRL).



The national reference laboratories shall ensure that the tissue culture systems

used for the isolation of foot and mouth disease were susceptible to all

serotypes and strains of laboratory diagnostic capacity.



1.3. nucleic acid detection methods



The standards for the detection of RNA virus foot and mouth down

by decision of the institutions of the European Union, following consultation with a reference laboratory

Of the European Union.



For the purposes of standardisation, the Commission may order the future implementation

comparative tests of sensitivity of the detection methods of RNA between national

reference laboratories.



The Commission may, having regard to the practical difficulties of a longer term storage

nucleic acids in order to establish a standard reagent to ensure

quality detection of viral RNA was present in the reference

the laboratory of the European Union.



1.4. Antibody detection (structural proteins)



The standards for the detection of antibodies against the foot-and-mouth is

down by decision of the institutions of the European Union, following consultation with the reference

laboratories of the European Union.



In the framework of the ' FAO Phase XV Standardisation Exercise in Foot-and-Mouth

Disease Antibody Detection "was in 1998 defined the normalized

antiserum against strains 01-Manisa, A22-Iraq and C-Noville FMD virus

mouth disease.



The Commission may arrange that standardised reference sera for the main

variants of foot and mouth disease virus antigens was adopted as a result

standardisation exercises between the European Union and reference laboratory

the national reference laboratories. This reference sera are used

the national reference laboratories in the European Union as standards.



1.5. Antibody detection (non-structural proteins)



The standards for the detection of antibodies against the foot-and-mouth is

down by decision of the institutions of the European Union, following consultation with the reference

laboratories of the European Union.



The Commission may arrange that standardised reference Sera was taken

as a result of standardisation exercises between reference laboratories

The European Union and national reference laboratories. This reference

Sera used the national reference laboratories in the European Union as a

standards.



2.



Swine vesicular disease



Diagnosis of swine vesicular disease shall be carried out in accordance with the

decision 2000/428/EC and the diagnostic manual.



3.



Other vesicular virus diseases



If necessary, the Commission may decide that a standards laboratory

diagnosis of vesicular stomatitis or vesicular Exanthema of swine

shall be determined by decision of the institutions of the European Union.



Member States may maintain the laboratory capacity to diagnose

other vesicular virus diseases than foot and mouth disease, and

swine vesicular disease, IE. vesicular stomatitis and vesicular

Exanthema of swine.



The national reference laboratories, which intend to maintain the diagnostic

capacity for these viruses can obtain reference reagents from the world

the OIE/FAO reference laboratory for foot-and-mouth disease (WRL), Pirbright

or from the relevant OIE reference laboratories.



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ANTIGEN AND VACCINE BANK OF THE EUROPEAN UNION



1. terms of supply and storage of concentrated inactivated

the Antigen supplied to the Community antigen and vaccine Bank of the European Union:



and) each antigen consists of a single homogeneous batch;



(b)), each batch is divided so that it can be stored for 2

separate geographical sites under the responsibility of the designated areas

Antigen and vaccine banks of the European Union;



(c) corresponds to the minimum requirements of the antigen) of the European Pharmacopoeia and

the relevant provisions of the OIE Manual;



(d)) the principles of good manufacturing practice are complied with throughout the period of the

process, including the storage and finishing of the vaccine

the reconstituted from antigens;



e) if it is not in the texts referred to in subparagraph (c)) provides otherwise, the antigen is

cleaned up so that the non-structural proteins of the virus have been removed

foot and mouth disease. Cleanup at least ensures that the residual

the content of non-structural proteins in vaccines reconstituted

This Antigen does not result in detectable amounts of antibodies against

non-structural proteins in animals that have been vaccinated and once

then once re-vaccinated.



2. the conditions for the formulation, production, bottling, labelling and distribution

of vaccines reconstituted from concentrated inactivated

the Antigen supplied to the Community antigen and vaccine Bank of the European Union:



and quick preparation of the composition) of vaccine of the Antigen referred to in article 81

Directive 2003/85/EC;



(b) the production of safe, sterile) and effective vaccine potency

at least 6 PD50 in accordance with the prescribed tests the effectiveness of the European

Pharmacopoeia and suitable for use in case of emergency vaccination of ruminants

and pigs;



(c) the composition of the preparation of) the capacity of storage of the concentrated

inactivated Antigen:



I) up to one million doses of vaccine within four days of instruction from the Commission;



II) up to four million additional doses of vaccine within 10 days of instruction from the

Of the Commission;




d) fast filling, labelling and distribution of the vaccine referred to in

the specific needs of the area where vaccination is carried out.



Annex 15



THE FUNCTIONS AND DUTIES OF NATIONAL REFERENCE LABORATORIES



Functions and duties of the national reference laboratories referred to in § 66 of this

the decree for the diagnosis of FMD and other vesicular

diseases:



1. all national reference laboratories handling live virus

foot-and-mouth comply with high safety

' Minimum standards for laboratories working with the foot and

mouth disease in vitro and in vivo "(Minimum standards for Laboratories

working with foot-and-mouth virus in vitro and in vivo) established

The European Commission for the control of foot-and-mouth on 26. the meeting in

Rome in April 1985, as amended by Appendix 6 (ii)) messages from 30. the meeting in

Rome (1993).



2. The national reference laboratories to continuously provide services for

vesicular virus diseases and are equipped with a

qualified to provide quick initial diagnosis.



3. The national reference laboratories are inactivated reference strains

all serotypes of foot-and-mouth, immune Sera against these viruses

and all the other reagents needed for quick diagnosis. For

confirm the negative diagnoses should be constantly prepared relevant

cell culture.



4. the national reference laboratories are equipped and skilled for

extensive serological surveillance.



5. a primary outbreak is suspected, appropriate samples are taken and in

accordance with the Protocol urgently transported to the national reference

the lab. For a quick response when a suspicion of foot and mouth disease

the regional Veterinary Administration shall ensure that the on-the-spot ready

the necessary equipment and material for sampling and transport to the national

reference laboratory.



6. for all viruses, which are newly introduced into the European Union, shall be determined

Antigen and the genome. This characteristic of the national reference

the laboratory is equipped for this purpose, or shall, at the earliest

opportunity to send a sample of the virus from the primary case for confirmation and

Another characteristic of the European Union's reference laboratory, which also

provide information on the facilities of the relationship of field strain to vaccination

strains in the Community antigen and vaccine Bank of the European Union. The same procedure

are followed for viruses that they obtain from the national reference laboratories

third countries in situations where there may be characteristics of the virus for

The European Union useful.



7. The national reference laboratories shall provide the relevant epidemiological

information your state veterinarian, who shall forward it to

the European Union's reference laboratory.



8. the national reference laboratories shall cooperate with the reference laboratory

The European Union, to ensure that field collaborators of the State

veterinary care as part of their training had possibility to get acquainted

with clinical cases of foot-and-mouth in the national reference

laboratories.



9. the national reference laboratories shall cooperate with the reference laboratory

The European Union and other national reference laboratories on

improvement of diagnostic methods and exchange relevant materials and

information.



10. The national reference laboratories shall participate in standardisation activities and

external quality assurance exercises organised by the reference

laboratories of the European Union.



11. The national reference laboratories use the tests and standards that

meet or exceed the criteria referred to in annex 13 to this Decree.

The national reference laboratories shall provide the Commission on request the data that

show that used the tests meet or exceed these requirements.



12. the national reference laboratories are able to identify viruses of all

vesicular disease and encephalomyocarditis virus in order to avoid

delay in diagnosis and subsequent implementation of control measures

the regional Veterinary Administration.



13. The national reference laboratories shall cooperate with other laboratories

designated by the competent authorities for performing tests, for example. serological,

When that does not work with live FMD virus. These

laboratories do not detect a virus in samples taken from

suspected cases of vesicular diseases. These laboratories may not

meet the standards of biosafety in accordance with point 1 of annex 12 to this

the Decree, but their procedures to prevent the potential spread of must effectively

foot and mouth disease virus.



Samples giving inconclusive results of the tests are passed to the national

reference laboratory, which performs confirmatory tests.



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THE FUNCTIONS AND TASKS OF THE EUROPEAN UNION REFERENCE LABORATORY FOR FOOT-AND

MOUTH DISEASE



The functions and duties of the reference laboratory for foot-and the European Union

mouth disease:



1.



It assures the link between the national laboratories of the Member States and all

Member States to provide the optimal methods of diagnosis of foot and

mouth disease in livestock, and differential diagnosis, where necessary,

other vesicular viral diseases, in particular:



1.1. regularly receives field samples from Member States and countries

geographically or commercially linked to the European Union in the field of trade in

animals of susceptible species or products derived from such animals, with

given the global and regional monitoring of the epidemiological situation, estimates and

Alternatively, predicts the risk related to the new virus strains and

Special epizootiological situations and identifies the virus, in the case of

necessary, in close cooperation with the regional reference laboratory designated by the

The OIE and the world reference laboratory of the OIE/FAO for foot and

mouth disease (WRL);



1.2. typing and full antigenic and genomic

vesicular virus from the samples referred to in point 1.1. and shall, without delay, inform the

results of the examination to the Commission, the Member State concerned and the competent national

the reference laboratory;



1.3. creating and maintaining an up-to-date collection of vesicular virus strains;



1.4. building up and maintaining an up-to-date collection of specific Sera against tribes

vesicular viruses;



1.5. to advise the Commission on all matters of selection and use of the vaccine strains

foot and mouth disease.



2.



Supports the work of the national reference laboratories, in particular:



2.1. stores and supplies reagents to the national reference laboratories and

materials for the diagnosis of foot-and-mouth such as. virus and/or

inactivated antigens, standard sera, cell lines and other reference

reagents;



2.2. collects knowledge about foot and mouth disease virus and the other

related viruses for the rapid differential diagnosis;



2.3. supports the harmonisation of diagnosis and ensuring professional excellence

tests in the European Union by organising and operating periodic

comparative trials and external quality assurance exercises Diagnostics

foot and mouth disease in the European Union and regularly passes

results of such trials to the Commission, the Member States and the national reference

laboratories;



2.4. carry out research studies for the improvement of methods of disease control in

cooperation with the national reference laboratories and in accordance with the annual

the working plan of the European Union reference laboratory.



3.



Provides information and conducts further training, in particular:



3.1. collecting data and information on the methods of diagnosis and

differential diagnosis used in national reference

laboratories and passes this information to the Commission and the Member States;



3.2. accepts and carries out the necessary arrangements for the further training of professionals

in laboratory diagnosis with a view to harmonising diagnostic

techniques;



3.3. keeps pace with developments in the epidemiology of foot and mouth disease;



3.4. organise an annual meeting at which representatives of the national

reference laboratories to revise diagnostic techniques and development

cooperation.



4.



In agreement with the Commission carries out the experiments and field tests for improvement

control of foot-and-mouth.



5.



During the annual meeting of national reference laboratories

content of the annex No. 13 of this Decree, which defines the tests and standards

diagnosis of foot and mouth disease in the European Union.



6.



Works with the national reference laboratories of candidate countries in

accordance with this annex.



7.



The European Union's reference laboratory is working in accordance with accepted

strict safety regulations pursuant to the "minimum standards for

laboratories working with foot-and-mouth virus in vitro and in vivo "

(Minimum standards for Laboratories working with foot-and-mouth virus

in vitro and in vivo) laid down by the European Commission for the control of

foot and mouth disease at 26. the meeting in Rome in April of 1985, as amended by

Appendix 6 (ii)) messages from 30. meeting of the European Commission for the control of

foot and mouth disease 1993, referred to in annex 12 to this

the Decree.



8.



The European Union's reference laboratory according to cooperate, where appropriate with the Commission,

in matters of security measures adopted by the national reference

the laboratory in the diagnosis of foot-and-mouth.



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CRITERIA AND REQUIREMENTS FOR CONTINGENCY PLANS



Contingency plans must comply with at least the following requirements:




1. Ensure the legal powers necessary for the implementation of the contingency

plans and enable rapid and successful eradication campaign.



2. Ensure access to emergency funds, budgetary means and

financial resources in order to cover all aspects of the fight against

foot and mouth disease epidemic.



3. There shall be a string of commands that provide fast and effective

the decision-making process during the foot and mouth epidemic. Central

decision-making unit is responsible for the strategic direction of control strategies

and the head of the veterinary services is a member of this unit.



4. Within the framework of the State Veterinary Administration shall in the case of an outbreak of

immediately set up a functional national disease control centre (in the

The Czech Republic National Centre for disease control), which coordinates

the implementation of all decisions taken by the central decision-making unit. Is

appointed as permanent operational Coordinator who is responsible for the rapid

the establishment of the Centre.



5. The regional Veterinary Administration have detailed plans in the case of

an outbreak of foot-and-mouth allow you to quickly set up a local

disease control centres (Regional Centre in the Czech Republic

disease control) for the implementation of the measures and measures for the protection of

the environment at the local level.



6. the competent authority shall ensure the cooperation between the national emergency

disease control centre, the local disease control centres and

the competent authorities and institutions for the protection of the environment

appropriate coordination of veterinary activities and those of the protection of

of the environment.



7. Is created a permanent working group of experts, if necessary in

cooperation with other Member States, that their expertise

supports the competent authority in optimum readiness for outbreaks.



8. It is necessary to prepare the adequate resources, including staff, facilities and

laboratory capacity, to ensure a rapid and effective campaign.



9. is available to current working Guide. A detailed, comprehensive and

virtually all activities, describes the guidelines and control measures

used in the control of outbreaks of foot-and-mouth.



10. Detailed plans for emergency vaccination.



11. Staff regularly participate in:



11.1. training in clinical signs, epidemiological enquiry

and control of epizootic diseases;



11.2 alarms in real time alert exercises carried out by:



11.2.1. twice in 5 years, with the first exercises should not be initiated

later than 3 years after the approval of the plan, or



11.2.2. within 5 years after the effective control and eradication of outbreaks of large

the epidemic, or



11.2.3. one of the two exercises referred to in paragraph 11.2.1. is replaced by the exercise

in real time, which is required in the framework of the contingency plans for

other major epidemic diseases affecting terrestrial animals, or



11.2.4. by way of derogation from paragraph 11.2.1. and subject to the relevant

the provisions in the contingency plan, Member States with limited conditions

animals of susceptible species, participate and contribute to the exercise in real time

carried out by neighbouring Member States and to all animals of susceptible species

the foot and mouth disease are carried out in accordance with point ii of alert exercises) (a).

(g)) of annex 7 to this Decree.



11.3. It is supported by the training on communication techniques for authorities,

farmers and veterinarians to provide ongoing health campaign

preparedness.



12. Contingency plans to take into account the resources needed to

cope with the large number of outbreaks occurring within a short period of time and that

antigenně are caused by a few different serotypes or strains as

for example. MJ. in case of intentional spread of foot and mouth disease.



13. without prejudice to veterinary requirements, contingency plans

prepared so that in the event of an outbreak of foot-and-mouth have been

Carcases and waste disposed of without endangering human health and

using processes or methods which prevent any avoidable

damage to the environment, and in particular:



I) with minimum risk to soil, air, surface and groundwater,

plants and animals,



II) with minimum nuisance through noise or odours,



III) with minimum adverse effects on the countryside or places of special

interest.



14. These plans contain information about suitable locations and businesses for

processing or disposal of carcasses and animal waste in the event of

of the outbreak.



15. the competent authorities shall ensure that farmers, rural residents and

the population in General were permanently informed. Population affected

the belt has a direct and accessible contact (inter alia through the

crisis lines), and the national and regional media.



Č. 18



PART AND



Measures confirmed foot and mouth disease in wild animals



1. as soon as it is confirmed by the primary case of foot-and-mouth in

wild animals of susceptible species, the Veterinary Administration to restrict

the spread of the disease, without delay:



and notify the primary case) in accordance with Annex 2 to this Decree;



(b) appoint a group of experts consisting of) veterinarians, hunters

Wildlife, biologists specialising in wildlife and epizootology.

The Group of Experts cooperates with the competent authority to:



I) studying the epidemiological situation and defining an infected area in the

accordance with the provisions referred to in section 4 (b). (b)), part B;



(ii) establishment of other appropriate measures) for the contaminated zone to the already

used measures pursuant to subparagraphs (c) and (d))); These measures may

include the closure of the fishery, and the ban on the feeding of wild animals;



III) Assembly of the eradication plan, which is submitted to the Commission in accordance

with part B;



IV) carrying out checks on the effectiveness of the measures taken for the eradication of

foot and mouth disease in the infected area;



(c)) shall order the official surveillance holdings keeping animals of susceptible species in the

the defined infected area and shall in particular order that:



I) an official census has been conducted for all animal species and categories

susceptible species on all holdings; breeder census updates.

The Census shall be presented on request and for each inspection can

be inspected. In open-air holdings, however, may be the first

a census carried out an estimated;



II) all animals of susceptible species in holdings located in the

infected area have been kept in their living quarters or some other place where

they can be isolated from wild animals. Wild animals

may not have access to any material which may subsequently come into

contact with animals of susceptible species on holdings;



III) no animal of a susceptible species will not enter or leave the

left the holding, with the exception of a permit from the competent authority with

regard to the epidemiological situation;



(iv)) in the entrances and exits of buildings where they are housed animals of susceptible

species, and the economy as a whole to be used effective ways

disinfection;



in) all persons who are in contact with wild animals,

apply the appropriate health measures to reduce the risk of spread

foot and mouth disease virus and which may include a temporary ban on entry

to a holding keeping animals of susceptible species for the people that were in the

contact with wild animals;



vi) all dead or infected animals of susceptible species with symptoms

foot-and-mouth, which is located on the holding have been examined for

foot-and-mouth disease;



VII) no part of a wild animal that has been fished or

found dead, and any material or equipment that could be

contaminated by infected with foot and mouth disease, were not transferred to the

a holding where animals of susceptible species are kept;



VIII) animals of susceptible species, their semen, embryos or egg cells

has not been moved from the infected area for intra-European

the Union;



d) arrange that all wild animals which have been caught or

found dead in the defined infected area are inspected by an official

veterinarian and examined for foot and mouth disease that was

officially excluded or confirmed foot and mouth disease in accordance with the

the definition of outbreak in annex 1 to this notice. The carcasses of all wild

wild animals found positive as regards foot-and are

processed under official supervision. If this examination on the foot and

-a negative result, the measures referred to in section 30 paragraph 2. 4

the second sentence of the Decree No 201/2003 Coll., on animal health requirements for

fresh poultry meat, rabbit meat, farmed game meat and meat

wild game meat. Parts not intended for human consumption are handled

under official supervision;



e) shall ensure that the foot-and-mouth virus isolate lab

examined for the identification of the genetic type of virus and its antigenic

characteristics in relation to existing vaccines strains.



2. Bore foot-and-mouth disease in wild animals in the zone

Member State adjacent to the territory of another Member State,

the Member States concerned shall cooperate in establishing the control measures.



3. by derogation from the provisions in paragraph 1 may be specific measures taken


by decision of the institutions of the European Union, if there is a case of foot and

mouth disease in wild animals in the zone of the Member State where the

extensive breeding domestic animals of susceptible species makes it impossible to use

some of the provisions referred to in point 1.



Part (B)



The plans for the eradication of foot and mouth disease in wild animals



1. without prejudice to the measures referred to in section A, Member States shall submit to the

The Commission, within 90 days from the confirmation of a primary case of foot-and-

mouth disease in wild animals a written plan of the measures for the eradication of

disease in the zone defined as infected and of the measures for the economy in the

This band.



2. the Commission shall examine whether the plan allows you to achieve the envisaged goals.

Plan, where appropriate, with amendments, is approved by decision of the institutions of the European Union.

The plan may subsequently be amended or supplemented in the light of the development of

the situation.



They relate to the changes of the new defining the infected area, the State

veterinary services shall ensure that the Commission and the other Member States were

These changes shall be immediately informed.



If the changes to other provisions of the plan, the State Veterinary Administration

shall submit the amended plan to the Commission, which will inspect it and, if appropriate, approve.



3. once the measures referred to in point 1 of the approved plan shall replace,

that was determined during approval of the plan, the initial measures under part

And.



4. the plan referred to in point 1 contains the following information:



and) results of the epidemiological investigations and controls carried out in accordance

with part A and the geographical distribution of the disease;



(b)) defined infected area within the territory of the Member State concerned.

When defining the infected area of the Veterinary Administration takes into account:



I) the results of the epidemiological investigations and geographical distribution

the disease;



II) conditions of wild animals in the zone;



III) larger natural or artificial obstacles to movements of wild animals;



(c)) the organisation of close cooperation between biologists specialized on free

living animals, hunters, hunting organisations, the institutions of protection

wild animals and veterinary services (animal and public health);



d) information campaign to increase hunters for the adoption of

measures in the framework of the eradication plan;



e) specific efforts made to determine the number of places to stay and groups freely

wild animals with limited contacts with other groups of wild

animals in and around the infected area;



f) approximate number of groups of wild animals referred to in point (e)), and

their size in and around the infected area;



g) specific efforts made to determine the extent of the disease in wild

animals on the basis of examination of wild animals that have been caught

the hunters or found dead, and by laboratory testing, including

epidemiological investigations, broken down by age categories;



h) measures to limit the spread of the disease when the movement of wild

animals and/or contact between the groups of wild animals; This

measures may include prohibition of hunting;



I) measures for the reduction of wild animals, and in particular

young animals of susceptible species in herds of wild animals;



j) requirements, which must comply with the hunters in order to avoid

the spread of the disease;



k) deleting of wild animals that have been found

dead or was caught, that is based on:



I) processing under official supervision, or



II) examination by the official veterinarian and laboratory tests

in accordance with annex 13 to this Decree. The carcasses of all wild

animals found positive as regards foot-and are handled under the

official supervision. If they have these examinations for foot and mouth disease

the negative results, the measures referred to in section 30 paragraph 2. 4 second sentence

Decree No. 201/2003 Coll., on animal health requirements for fresh

poultry meat, rabbit meat, farmed game meat and meat of

wild game. Parts not intended for human consumption are handled under the

official supervision;



l) epidemiological investigation of all wild animals susceptible

species that has been caught or found dead. As part of this investigation

is to fill in a questionnaire which supplies information about:



I) geographical area where the animal was found dead or caught;



(ii)), the date on which the animal was found dead or caught;



(iii)) to the person who found or caught the animal;



IV) age and sex of the animal;



in) when caught: symptoms before hunting;



(vi)) when you find: the State of the carcase;



VII) laboratory findings;



m) monitoring and preventive measures for the economy

animals of susceptible species situated in the defined infected area, and

or in its surroundings, including the transport and movement of animals of susceptible species

inside, out of the zone and to this zone; These measures include

at the very least a ban on the movement of animals of susceptible species, their

semen, embryos or egg cells from the infected area for the purpose of

trade within the European Union;



n) other criteria for lifting the measures taken to eradicate

of the disease in the defined area and the measures applied to holdings in the zone;



about) surveillance and coordinating authority in the execution of the services, which are

responsible for the implementation of the plan;



p) system, which the expert group compiled in accordance with subparagraph (a). (b))

point 1 of part and regularly evaluate the results of the eradication

the plan;



q) measures for the purpose of monitoring the disease, which are conducted

first 12 months after the last confirmed case of foot and

mouth disease in wild animals in the defined infected area; This

measures for the purpose of monitoring shall be carried out for at least 12 months, and

shall at least include the measures that are already in use in accordance with the

letters g), k) and (l)).



5. Every six months, the Commission and the other Member States passed a message

on the epidemiological situation in the defined area and the results of the eradication

the plan.



6. More detailed rules for drawing up the plans for the eradication of foot-and-

mouth disease in wild animals may be adopted by decision of the authorities

Of the European Union.



1) Council Directive 2003/85/EC of 29 April 2004. September 2003, laying down the

Community measures for the control of foot-and-mouth, deleted

Directive 85/511/EEC and decisions 89/531/EEC and 91/665/EEC and amending

Directive 92/46/EEC.



2) Act No 246/1992 Coll., on the protection of animals against cruelty, as amended by

Act No. 162/1993 Coll., Act No. 193/1994 Coll., Act No. 243/1997 Coll.

Constitutional Court declared under no. 30/1998 Coll. and Act No.

77/2004 Sb.



3) European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1774/2002 of 3 October 2002.

October 2002 laying down health rules for animal by-products

origin not intended for human consumption, and the implementing rules

to him.



4) the annex to Commission decision 2000/807/EC of 11 December 1997. December 2000 on the

laying down the codified form and the codes for the notification of animal diseases pursuant to

Council Directive 82/894/EEC and repealing decisions 84/90/EEC and 90/442/EEC.



5) Act No. 79/1997 Coll., on pharmaceuticals and on amendments and additions to some

related laws, as amended by Act No 143/2000 Coll., Act No.

153/2000 Coll., Act No. 138/2002 Coll. and Act No. 129/2003 Coll.



6) § 7 et seq.. Decree No. 299/2003 Coll., on measures for the prevention and

control of diseases and diseases transmissible from animals to humans.



7) Law No 120/2002 Coll., on conditions for the placing of biocidal products and

active substances on the market and amending certain related provisions in

amended by Act No. 186/2004 Sb.



8) § 55 of the Decree No 382/2003 Coll., on animal health requirements for

trade in animals and animal health conditions for imports from them

third countries.



9) point 5 of part A, section II of chapter III of annex VIII to Regulation

The European Parliament and of the Council (EC) No 1774/2002.



10) Act No. 240/2000 Coll., on crisis management and amending certain acts

(emergency law), as amended by Act No. 320/2002 Coll.



11) § 4 paragraph 2. 1 and § 5 para. 2 (a). and Act No. 13)/1997 Coll., on

road safety.



12) part XI, section B of the annex 1 to the Decree No. 202/2003 Coll.

animal health requirements for fresh meat, minced meat, meat preparations

and meat products.



13) Decree No. 202/2003 Coll.



Decree No. 201/2003 Coll., on animal health requirements for fresh

poultry meat, rabbit meat, farmed game meat and meat of

wild game.



14) part XI of the annex No. 1, parts III and VI of Annex No. 3 to Decree No.

202/2003 Coll.



15) Decree No. 380/2003 Coll., on animal health requirements for

trade in semen, the egg cells and embryos and on animal health

the terms of their imports from third countries.



16) Decree No. 372/2003 Coll. on veterinary checks at

trade in animals.



17) for example, Decree No. 202/2003 Coll., Decree No. 201/2003 Coll. and

Decree No. 203/2003 Coll., on animal health requirements for milk and milk

products.



18) Article. 4 (4). 3 Council Directive 2003/85/EC.



19) Act No. 79/1997 Coll.



20) Decree No 245/1996 Coll., to implement section 5 para. 3 of the law of the Czech

the National Council no 246/1992 Coll., on the protection of animals against cruelty, as amended by

Act No. 162/1993 Coll.




21) Council Directive 93/119/EC of 22 December 2004. December 1993 on the protection of animals

at the time of slaughter or killing.



22) § 3 (1). 3 Decree No. 380/2003 Coll.



23) Decree No 298/2003 Coll. on the national reference laboratories and

reference laboratories.



24) section 11 of the Decree No 382/2003 Coll.