The Order In Which Their Infectious Disease Prevention And Control, With Which Both Animal Suffering And People

Original Language Title: Kārtība, kādā veic to infekcijas slimību profilaksi un apkarošanu, ar kurām slimo gan dzīvnieki, gan cilvēki

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 298 in Riga in 2006 (April 18. No. 22) order in which make it infectious disease prevention and control, with which both animal suffering and people Issued in accordance with article 25 of the law of veterinary medicine (4) i. General questions 1. determines the order in which their infection (bacterial, viral, fungal or parasitic infections or infestations caused by diseases that directly or indirectly can be transmitted from animal to human (zoonoses)) on the prevention and combating of that sick animals and people (annex).
2. If the owner or keeper of the animal findings food products of animal origin are used for domestic consumption, is not subject to State supervision shall: 2.1. control of salmonellosis and Campylobacter in poultry and home grown wild birds;
2.2. the control of echinococcosis and trichinosis home and wild swine kautprodukto.
3. The merchant, the animal's owner, holder or a person authorised by the head of the laboratory was not immediately reported to the food and veterinary service full manufactures veterinarian (hereinafter the veterinarian) or a food and veterinary service laboratory in the Department of territorial studies observed or suspected zoonotic disease of animals with one of zoonoses.
4. food and veterinary service receives and collects information on: 4.1. outbreaks and diagnosis of zoonoses in animals;
4.2. any zoonotic disease, whose presence in the country confirmed the diagnosis of animal labor seen in;
4.3. animal clinical cases of zoonoses.
5. Prevention and eradication of zoonotic diseases in accordance with the requirements of these regulations: 5.1 determining salmonellosis in poultry agent (s. pullorum, s. gallinarum and s. Arizona);
5.2. cows, determining the causative agent of tuberculosis (m. Bovis);
5.3. setting the cows, Campylobacter proposing (C. ");
5.4. cows, sheep and goats brucellosis in determining agent (b. abortus and b. melitensis);
5.5. setting of listeriosis in sheep, proposing (l. monocytogenes);
5.6. pigs, setting the brucellosis agents (b. suis);
5.7. swine and equidae for kautprodukto, the causative agent of trichinosis (t. spiralis);
5.8. the swine kautprodukto, proposing the echinococcosis (e. granulos);
5.9. wild swine kautprodukto, agents of trichinosis (t. spiralis) and agents of echinococcosis (e. granulos);
5.10. rabies susceptible animals agents (including dogs, cats and the House (room) the ferrets) and wild animals, determining the presence of the agent of rabies;
5.11. against the anthrax agent susceptible animals (except dogs, cats and the House (room) the ferrets), determining the anthrax agent (b. anthrac).
6. If it is found to be animal or human disease to zoonoses or foods are a discovered zoonotic agents, government agencies ' public health agency "branch and the food and veterinary service of the territorial Department no later than two days by mutual information about writing: 6.1 place of detection of zoonoses;
6.2. the measures taken for the control of zoonoses.
7. the control of salmonellosis and trichinosis samples can be taken and sent to a laboratory accredited for the animal's owner, holder or businessman, but other zoonoses control samples are taken and sent to the food and veterinary service officer (hereinafter Inspector) or veterinarian.
8. The economic operator, the owner or keeper of the animal zoonoses laboratory examination or inspection results stored in not less than three years. Head of laboratory of zoonoses laboratory examination results shall be kept for not less than three years, but the isolated zoonotic agent: not less than six months, if the period of validity of the food is up to three months, or not less than one month after the expiration date, if the validity period of food products is longer than three months.
9. the preventive vaccination of animals is prohibited and the use of hiperimūn serum against brucellosis and anthrax (except in the cases referred to in these terms), as well as against salmonellosis and tuberculosis. Also banned tuberculosis or brucellosis in therapeutic treatment.
10. the inspector shall organise animal carcasses, animal waste, contaminated animal feed, product, or material recycling and destruction. Processing or destroyed in accordance with the European Parliament and of the Council of 3 October 2002 Regulation (EC) No 1774/2002 laying down health rules concerning animal by-products not intended for human consumption.
11. agents of salmonellosis (s. enteritidis and s. tiphymuri), as well as other zoonotic diseases, which are harmful to human health and the control of which procedure is laid down in these regulations, control and combat of the European Parliament and of the Council of 17 November 2003, the Regulation (EC) No 2160/2003 on the control of salmonella and other specified food-borne zoonotic agents.
12. monitoring of compliance with these provisions, and shall be carried out by the food and veterinary service.
II. Prevention of salmonellosis breeding birds and chicks 13. Salmonellosis agent s. pullorum and s. gallinarum preventive controls all types of breeding birds in flocks, but agent s. arizona salmonellosis-breeding Turkey flocks.
14. for preventive control of salmonellosis agents take: 14.1. feather and dust samples from hatchery;
14.2. the bedding or water samples from rearing facilities;
14.3. breeding bird blood samples.
15. agents of salmonellosis (s. pullorum, s. gallinarum and s. arizonae) preventive control before each season, laying not less than 10% of breeding birds flock to take blood samples.
16. agents salmonellosis (s. pullorum, s. gallinarum and s. arizonae) incubator preventive controls before each batch of eggs for incubation, but inserting a rearing premises – before inserting the rearing of chicks.
17. agents salmonellosis (s. pullorum, s. gallinarum and s. arizonae) meat company of the preventive control, taking random samples of faeces from the total for each 1000 birds slaughtered. The total sample is made up of 10 slaughtered bird faeces.
18. agents of salmonellosis (s. pullorum, s. gallinarum and s. arizonae) national monitoring and control of the meat plant, breeding birds, livestock rearing and hatchery Inspector not less frequently than once a year.
III. agents of salmonellosis (s. pullorum, s. gallinarum, s. arizonae) control measures in these terms is found to 19 that salmonella, the Inspector takes a sample of concerned. If the shed is more buildings, a sample is taken every building in which the birds.
20. If the Inspector finds salmonella in the sample, take the following measures: 20.1. zoonoses in the affected facility or the incubator entry to persons who are not directly associated with the infected bird feeding and care;
20.2. the birds are transported in and battle separately from the whole birds;
20.3. the infected bird cages of the transport vehicles, materials and objects of pure, washed and disinfected with products that guarantee the destruction of the agent salmonellosis;
20.4. manure, slurry and bedding used to place the biotermisk processing (disinfect self-heating of the product affected by the micro-organism, during which temperatures reach 60 ° C temperature provides the following no less than two weeks) the places where the environment is not polluted and no risk of spreading zoonoses to humans or animals;
20.5. the dead and killed birds destroyed in accordance with point 10 of these regulations;
20.6. to zoonotic diseases affected housing inlet and outlet placed with the disinfection solution-soaked carpets, which destroys the salmonellosis agents;
20.7. birds intended for meat, with the permission of an inspector or veterinarian can be sent to the slaughterhouse. Of these birds can spread the meat obtained after heat treatment that destroys the salmonellosis agents;
12.9. breeding birds with the Inspector's or veterinarian's permission can be sent to the slaughterhouse. As an alternative to breeding birds for dispatch to a slaughterhouse or disposal can be used for treatment with antibiotics, subject to legislative or regulatory requirements of the limitations in the use of veterinary medicinal products;
20.9. human consumption in unmarked eggs shall be destroyed in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 10, but labelled eggs with the permission of an inspector or veterinarian shall send the economic operator for the manufacture of egg products. The merchant for the manufacture of egg products eggs heat treated using techniques that guarantee the destruction of the agent salmonellosis;
20.10. the birds intended for meat, breeding birds, hatching eggs and day-old chicks shall be destroyed in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 10;
20.11. After all the bird, egg or hatching eggs to a hatchery designated by the export shed or under the supervision of an official veterinarian clean, washed and disinfected with products that destroy salmonellosis agent.
21. If shed finds salmonella, an inspector for laboratory investigations away from sample birds feed.
22. If the bird feed is found to have salmonella, Inspector: 22.1. investigation and sampling different bird feed manufacturing process;

22.2. emergency inspection of animal waste processing business.
23. at this point 20 of the rules of application of the measures referred to in the birds or hatching eggs can be inserted or if incubator facility: 23.1. disinfection has been carried out in the laboratory of control and a favorable outcome. In this case, the Inspector may cancel the limits;
23.2. before entering the season, 10% of the imported varieties of birds flock takes blood samples and the results are negative (the proponents of salmonellosis (s. arizonae, s. pullorum and s. gallinarum) is not detected).
24. If the meat has been found in the company of salmonellosis proponents: 15.0. use only kautprodukt food after heat treatment that guarantees the destruction of the agent, salmonellosis, or destroyed in accordance with point 10 of these regulations;
24.2. after the infected meat, lots of technological lines and transmission equipment that is in contact with the infected kautprodukt, under the supervision of an official veterinarian clean, washed and disinfected with products that destroy salmonellosis agents;
24.3. by this provision and 24.1 24.2. the taking of the measures referred to in point of technological lines, equipment, walls and floors of laboratory control sample. If the control results are negative (salmonellosis proponents is not detected), birds may be slaughtered.
IV. measures for the prevention of tuberculosis in cows 25. based on the previous year-conducted tests of bovine tuberkulinizācij, food and veterinary service grant herds following status: 25.1. T1 type flock-flock that before holding the status of animal health and allergic to the examination results are not known;
25.2. Type T2 herd, Flock, in which the health situation and the allergic test results are known, the animals are carried out studies and herd allergic lays claim to type T3 status;
25.3. Type T3 herds – flock that is free of tuberculosis.
26. type T1 and T2 herds all the animal tuberkulinizācij out who have reached the age of six months, but no less than once every six months to the time when the herd gets a type T3 status.
27. the animals are moved from one herd to another herd in the following order: 27.1. types of T1 herd animals can move to another type of T1 herd;
27.2. of type T1 herd animals can move to a type T2 herds subject to compliance with these provisions, the conditions of paragraph 28;
27.3. of type T2 herd animals can move to a type T1 herd;
27.4. of type T2 herd animals can move to another type T2 herds subject to compliance with paragraph 29 of these rules;
27.5. of type T3 herds the animals can move to T1 and T2 type herd;
17.1. from the type T3 herds the animals can move to type T3 and the Regiment, if these rules are met, paragraph 30.
28. When moving the animals from a herd on the T1 type type T2 herd, comply with the following conditions: 28.1. not less than 30 days before the transfer of the animals tuberkul niza. Tuberkulinizācij results to be negative;
28.2. not less than 60 days after the transfer of the animal shall be isolated. This time out the repeating tuberkulinizācij. Tuberkulinizācij of the results will be negative.
29. Moving the animals from a type T2 herd to another type T2 and the Regiment, comply with the following conditions: 29.1. not less than 30 days before the move animals in niza tuberkul. Tuberkulinizācij results to be negative;
29.2. before moving the animals must not be in contact with other animals of a lower health status.
30. moving animals aged more than six weeks from a type T3 herds to another type T3 herds, follow one of the following conditions: 30.1. not less than 30 days before the transfer of the animals tuberkul niza. Tuberkulinizācij results to be negative;
30.2. not less than 30 days after the transfer of animals isolates. This time animals tuberkuliniz. Tuberkulinizācij of the results will be negative.
31. the herd can be assigned a type T3 status if: 31.1. animals not observed clinical signs of tuberculosis;
31.2. animals which have reached the age of six weeks, at least two times with an interval of six months has made tuberculosis allergic studies and the results are negative. If the animals have been moved from their herd type T3 60 days after moving to investigate allergic;
31.3. the animals imported by stocking the first holding of linizācij tuberk and aged more than six weeks, take allergic investigates. The study shall be carried out within 30 days before or 30 days after the transfer. If the animals in the tuberkuliniz after the transfer, the horse herd before adding them to the isolated, not less than 30 days.
32. to save the herd type T3 status if: 32.1. these provisions are complied with and 31.3. in paragraph 19.3. these conditions;
32.2. the animals moved from another type T3 herds;
32.3. animals aged more than six weeks (except for the shed of calves born) every 12 months, carried out studies of tuberculosis.
33. If an administrative territory of Latvia (in the area) all herds is type T3 herds and the past two years conducted investigations have found that the number of positive animals allergic not exceeding 1% of the area in question: 33.1. tuberkulinizācij of animals may be carried out once every two years;
33.2. male fattening animals since weaned have not been in contact with other animals or brought from another type T3 herds may not take the examinations of tuberculosis if ensure that these animals are not used for natural mating during and after fattening sent to the slaughterhouse.
34. If an administrative territory of Latvia (in the area) all herds is type T3 herds and the past two years conducted investigations have found that the positive animals allergic not exceeding 0.2% number in the area: 34.1. tuberculosis studies in animals can be performed every three years;
21.3. tuberkulinizācij can be performed in animals that have reached the age of 24 months.
35. If an administrative territory of Latvia (in the area) all herds is type T3 herds and the past two years conducted investigations have found that the positive animals allergic not exceeding 0.1%, the number of the area in question by one of the following measures: 21.8. tuberculosis studies in animals can be performed every four years;
35.2. the animals imported prior to the herd allergic investigates. The study results will be negative;
35.3. all slaughtered animals check inspection. Kuloz of Tuber tissue damage typical histological and bacteriological investigation.
36. Type T3 status is not saved if: 36.1. failure to comply with the provisions of paragraph 32 of such requirements;
36.2. the study is allergic to positive;
36.3. the inspection has revealed lesions characteristic of tuberculosis;
36.4. the agent of tuberculosis (m. Bovis) bacteriological isolated;
22.7. the epizootiological studies the possibility of infection is found with tuberculosis.
V. agents of tuberculosis (m. Bovis) control measures in cows, 37. If the affected facility study of zoonoses are allergic positively: 37.1. prohibited the importation of animals or leave the holding, except in the case by the inspector or the veterinarian's permission to send them to a slaughterhouse for immediate slaughter. After slaughtering the veterinarian take samples for biological, bacteriological and histological investigation;
37.2. the positive allergic to animals or animals that raise suspicion, isolated.
38. the isolated animals inspector or the veterinarian again tuberkuliniz.
39. This provision 37. measures referred to in paragraph 1 shall be repealed if the repeating tuberkulinizācij the negative results.
40. If the repeating tuberkulinizācij get confirmation that the animals are sick, zoonotic diseases in the affected flock shall: 24.9. continue to make this provision 37. measures referred to in paragraph 1;
40.2. the positive allergic animals marked to ensure traceability;
40.3. milk obtained from animals positive allergic, after heat treatment that guarantees the destruction of the causative agent of tuberculosis, can be fed to zoonotic diseases in the affected animals in the holding;
40.4. milk obtained from animals negative allergic, can send the milk processing or processing operator to a heat treatment that guarantees the destruction of the causative agent of tuberculosis;
25.2. the positive or suspicious allergic animal kautprodukt can be used for the production of animal feed or, taking into account the results of the inspection, food production, ensuring that there will not be a common zoonotic agent;
40.6. After positive allergic slaughter of the accommodation facilities, equipment, tools, vehicles, ramps and transition, under the supervision of a veterinarian, clean, washed and disinfected with products that destroy agents of tuberculosis;

40.7. manure, slurry and used litter placed animals don't go places biotermisk treatment of domestic energy consumption with disinfectants, which destroy the agent of tuberculosis, and stored for not less than three weeks;
25.4. sewage and slurry if they do not collect or store as manure is added to storage disinfected disinfectants, which destroy the agent of tuberculosis.
41. the positive animals slaughtered allergic within 30 days after the diagnosis, except in the following cases: 25.5. If females to calving time is remaining for three months and if the results leads to the suspicion of tuberculosis, but there is no specific clinical signs of tuberculosis. Such female animals three months can be sent to the slaughterhouse;
41.2. If the entire herd must be slaughtered at least 20 animals and slaughter, for technical reasons it is not possible to take within the prescribed period.
42. After removal of the positive animal allergic: 42.1. whole animals with the permission of an inspector or veterinarian can be sent to a slaughterhouse for immediate slaughter;
26.2. the herd may be restored, if all animals aged over six weeks, tuberkuliniz and twice obtained negative results;
26.3. Type T3 status of the herd may be restored, if animals aged more than six weeks, two times with negative tuberkulinizācij results. Tuberkulinizācij carried out the first time 60 days after the positive allergic animal slaughter, the second time – not less than four months and not later than 12 months after.
Vi. Prevention of brucellosis in cows 43. based on the previous year-conducted laboratory studies of brucellosis ERS, the food and veterinary service grant herds following status: 43.1. B1 type flock-flock, of which the animal health situation, the results of the laboratory examinations or vaccination against brucellosis on the day of the determination of status is not known;
26.8. Type B2 herd-animal herd health status, laboratory examination results and vaccination measures against brucellosis are known, the animals are carried out in a flock for serological investigation and lays claim to B3 type or type B4 status;
43.3. B3 type flock-flock, which is relatively free of brucellosis;
43.4. B4 flock-flock that is free of brucellosis.
44. The movement of animals from one herd to another in the following order: 44.1. from a herd of animals, type B1 can move to another type of herd B1;
44.2. from a herd of animals, type B1 may move to the type B2 herds subject to compliance with the provisions of paragraph 45 of the above requirements;
27.5. of type B2 herd animals can move to B1 type herd;
27.6. of type B2 herd animals can move to another type B2 herds subject to compliance with the provisions of paragraph 46;
27.7. from B3 and B4 herds the animals can move to type B1 and B2 herd;
27.7. B3 type animals of the herd can move to B4 flock and vice versa.
45. moving animals from B1 to B2 herd of type type and of the Regiment, observe the following procedures: 45.1. animals aged more than 12 months, no later than 30 days before the move investigates serologically. The study results will be negative;
28.1. move animals isolated for at least 60 days. Animals aged more than 12 months, repeatedly investigated by serological and added to the herd, if the study results are negative.
46. When moving the animals from the herd to another type B2 type B2 herd, of the following order: 46.1. animals aged more than 12 months, no later than 30 days before the move investigates serologically. The study results will be negative;
46.2. before moving the animals must not be in contact with other living tidbits that are of a lower health status.
47. B3 and B4 herds status laboratory investigations conducted under one of the following conditions: 29.3. two times with an interval of not less than three months and not more than 12 months, having blood samples for serological examination;
47.2. three consecutive times with an interval of three months having milk samples for the detection of antibodies and six weeks later, blood samples for serological studies.
48. The herd can be assigned a type B4 status: No 29.9. the animals have been vaccinated against brucellosis, except females which have been vaccinated, not later than three years before the status;
30.0 to status no less than six months are not observed in animal brucellosis characteristic clinical signs;
48.3. all animals aged more than 12 months, is tested in accordance with the rules set out in paragraph 47 of the order;
30.1. the animals have been moved from other B4 herds;
30.1. brought animals aged more than 12 months, no later than 30 days before or after their insertion is carried out on the herd for a study using serum agglutination titre, and lower than 30 ml IV;
30.2. atvesto animals that have no serological examinations carried out in accordance with the provisions of section 30.1. the requirements laid down in the isolated and added to the herd after the corresponding results.
49. B3 and B4 herds to save the status of laboratory investigations are conducted using one of the following methods: 30.5. three times with an interval of three months having milk samples for investigation with the ring;
30.6. three times with an interval of three months having milk samples for investigation with complement fixation reaction;
49.3. on two occasions with an interval of three months having milk samples for investigation with the ring and six weeks later, blood samples for serological examination;
49. on two occasions with an interval of three months having milk samples for investigation with the Elisa test, and six weeks later, blood samples for serological examination;
30.8. on two occasions with an interval of not less than three months and not more than 12 months, blood sampling for serological studies.
50. The herd keeps type B4 status if: 50.1. animals investigated in accordance with the provisions in paragraph 49 of the above requirements and come from other B4 herds;
50.2. brought animals aged more than 12 months, no later than 30 days before or after their insertion is carried out on the herd for a study using serum agglutination titre, and lower than 30 ml IV;
50.3. atvesto animals that have no serological examinations carried out in accordance with this rule 52.2. the requirements referred to in point, isolated and added to the herd after the corresponding results.
51. This rule 50.2. the animals referred to in point may not be investigated if the serological ones: 51.1. is brought from the State or its administrative territory (district), in which the last two years, brucellosis, no more than 0.2% of herds;
51.2. is brought from B4 herds;
51.3. during transport does not come into contact with animals of a lower health status.
52. The herd keeps type B4 status, if the animals are brought from the B3 type stocking and 52.1. animals transported: not less than 18 months;
52.2. animals which have been vaccinated against brucellosis, the vaccination was carried out not earlier than 12 months before dispatch to the B4 herds, as well as not less than 30 days before the insertion is carried out on the herd B4 examinations using the complement fixation test and the titre, obtained less than 30 ml IV.
53. Type B4 status is lost when: 53.1. failure to comply with the provisions of 47, 48, 49, 50, 51 and 52 of the type referred to in paragraph 1;
53.2. in laboratory investigations have identified serologically positive animals.
54. If serologically positive animals, brucellosis eradication has been slaughtered and it is not possible to take samples again for laboratory investigations of the herd may be restored type B4 status if all animals aged more than 12 months, have twice investigated using serum agglutination titre, and lower than 30 ml IV.
55. The provisions referred to in paragraph 54 of the laboratory investigation for the first time carried out 30 days after the serologically positive animal destruction, and for the second time, 60 days after the first test.
56. If brucellosis eradication during serological positive animals are isolated, they can be added to the herd and restore type B4 status if: 56.1. samples have been taken for laboratory examination again;
56.2. the study carried out using the serum agglutination titre, and lower than 30 ml IV;
56.3. the study carried out using the complement fixation test, and produced negative results.
57. the brucellosis eradication measures enforcement in the herd it B4 previous status may be restored if one of the following conditions is fulfilled: 57.1. all animals are destroyed;
57.2. following serologically positive animal slaughter animals who have reached the age of 12 months, twice is investigated, and serological test results are negative.

58. The provisions referred to in paragraph 57 of the laboratory investigation for the first time carried out 30 days after the serologically positive animal destruction, and for the second time, 60 days after the first test. Grūsno animals second time serologically examined by 21 days after the last animal of calving.
59. the herd can be assigned a B3 type status if: 59.1. in the last six months have been observed in animal brucellosis characteristic clinical signs;
59.2. all animals aged more than 12 months, is tested in accordance with this provision, paragraph 49;
59.3. female animals have been vaccinated with live strain 19 vaccine until six months of age or with a live 45/20 adjuvant vaccine to 15 months of age.
60. The herd keeps B3 type status if: 60.1. under this provision the 49 laboratory investigations have been carried out for you;
60.2. in accordance with rule 50.2 and 50.3 the point and 51 animals are moved from B4 herds;
60.3. the animals have been moved from other B3 type herds and the following requirements are met: 60.3.1. animals aged more than 12 months, at least 30 days before or after the move to investigate using: 60.3.1.1. complement fixation test, and the results are negative;
60.3.1.2. serum agglutination reaction, and you get the title, below the 30 ml IV;
60.3.2. female animals up to 30 months of age which have been vaccinated against brucellosis with live strain 19 vaccine, investigates via: 60.3.2.1. serum agglutination reaction, and obtained titre from 30 to 80 ml, 60.3.2.2 IV. complement fixation test, and the results obtained are up to 30 EEC units in the case of animals vaccinated not later than 12 months before the study is complete, or up to 20 EEC units If the animals have been vaccinated earlier than 12 months before the study.
61. B3 type status is not saved if: 61.1. it is not met, this provision and paragraph 59.60 of such requirements;
61.2. in laboratory studies identified serologically positive animals.
62. If serologically positive animals have not been vaccinated against brucellosis, is killed, and it is not possible to repeatedly take samples, the herd may be restored, B3 type status if all animals aged more than 12 months, twice investigated using serum agglutination titre, and lower than 30 ml IV. Laboratory investigations for the first time carried out 30 days after the serologically positive animal destruction, and for the second time, 60 days after the first test.
63. If brucellosis eradication during serologically positive animals have not been vaccinated, but are isolated, they can be added to the herd and restore the B3 type status if: 39.2. samples have been taken for laboratory examination again;
39.3. the study carried out using the serum agglutination titre, and lower than 30 ml IV;
63.3. the study carried out using the complement fixation test, and produced negative results.
64. the eradication of brucellosis serological positive animals during a laboratory examination results are considered negative if the animals that are under the age of 30 months have been vaccinated with live strain 19 vaccine and obtained the following results: 64.1. serum agglutination test titre obtained from 30 to 80 ml IV;
64.2. complement fixation test results up to 30 EEC units in the case of animals vaccinated 12 months prior to the laboratory investigation, or 20 EEC units, in the case of animals vaccinated earlier than 12 months before the investigation.
65. B3 type status after the brucellosis eradication measures can be restored by the end if one of the following conditions: 65.1. all animals on the holding have been slaughtered;
65.2. non-vaccinated animals aged more than 12 months are serologically examined twice (with 60-day intervals) and the obtained results are negative. First animals investigates not earlier than 30 days after the serologically positive animal slaughter;
65.3. grūsno animals second time serologically investigates not earlier than 21 days after the last animal of calving;
65.4. with strain 19 live vaccine vaccinated animals up to 30 months of age are serologically examined, and obtained the following results: 65.4.1. complement fixation test titre obtained from 30 to 80 ml IV;
65.4.2. a serum agglutination test results up to 30 EEC units in the case of animals vaccinated 12 months prior to the laboratory investigation, or 20 EEC units, in the case of animals vaccinated earlier than 12 months before the investigation.
VII. proposing brucellosis (b. abortus) control measures in cows, 66. If a herd serologically diagnosed in brucellosis, zoonoses in the affected shed: 66.1. investigation and to provide clarification of the results of the monitoring of the herd;
66.2. serologically positive animals or animals that cause suspicion, isolated;
66.3. susceptible animals with the Inspector's or veterinarian's permission can be sent to a slaughterhouse for immediate slaughter. Shed, which is raised after the bulls, fattening serologically positive animals may be imported into the isolation of castrated animals by fattening sent to the slaughterhouse;
66.4. repeatedly take samples for laboratory examinations.
67. If the laboratory investigation results show that the outbreak of brucellosis in the herd: 67.1. This provision and 66.1 66.2. the measures referred to in subparagraph;
67.2. prior to isolation of animals shall be marked to ensure traceability;
67.3. from serologically positive animals produce milk after heat treatment that destroys the causative agent of brucellosis, fed to animals on the holding;
41.9. from serologically negative animals for milk after heat treatment that destroys the causative agent of brucellosis, led to the milk processing or processing plant;
67.5. placenta, abortējušo fruit, dead calves born dead or destroyed in accordance with point 10 of these regulations;
67.6. litter, manure or slurry, if it has been in contact with serologically positive animals without calves live births, placenta or other sources of zoonoses, after impregnation with disinfection solution buried in places where they do not present a danger of contamination;
67.7. manure or slurry, which is collected from serologically negative animals after impregnation with disinfection solution places the biotermisk treatment in places where they do not present a danger of contamination, and stored for not less than three weeks;
mm. slurry storage places disinfectants, which destroy the agent of brucellosis;
67.9. serologically positive animals slaughtered within 30 days after the diagnosis. This animal kautprodukt by heat treatment that destroys the causative agent of brucellosis, the use in animal feed or, taking into account the results of the inspection, food production, ensuring that there will not be a common zoonotic agent.
68. Accommodation rooms, their equipment, materials and objects, transport means and their equipment, as well as ramps and transitions that have been in contact with the vector of zoonoses, the supervision of the official veterinarian clean, washed and disinfected with products that destroy brucellosis agents.
69. the Pasturage of zoonotic diseases in the territory of the affected sites use resume no earlier than 60 days after the serologically positive animal slaughter. This condition may be waived if the pasture for castrated bulls and fattening these animals are sent to the slaughterhouse or similar holdings shed.
70. After the slaughter of the serological positive facility may take the following actions: 70.1. leave the susceptible animals to a slaughterhouse for immediate slaughter;
70.2. fattening of castrated bulls shed to import animals of the same kind;
70.3. leave the Fed bucks on castrated the same type of housing where they are sent to the slaughterhouse after fattening;
70.4. move the animals if the serological studies show no presence of zoonoses;
70.5. imported breed animals, if they are under 12 months and before the import is serologically examined the type of herd. If the imported animals have been vaccinated, serological examinations carried out at 18 months of age.
VIII. Prevention of Campylobacter and for measures against bovine Campylobacter-71. agents (c. feta) shall be carried out by the laboratory breeding bulls and cows that miscarriage.
72. agents of breeding bulls Campylobacter (c. feta) presence checks twice a year, investigating or prepūcij the washings of the semen samples three times with an interval of 10 days.
73. Cows, miscarriage, which samples the proposing of Campylobacter (c. feta) examinations are taken from the womb, or fruit.
74. Breeding bulls or cows for breeding or milk may be used, if not found in laboratory studies of Campylobacter trigger. Sick animals are isolated and after fattening sent to slaughter.
75. the shed in which found Campylobacter, take the following measures:

75.1. the isolation of animals sick, its equipment and accommodation equipment under the supervision of an official veterinarian clean, washed and disinfected with products that destroy agents of Campylobacter. Vehicles, ramps and transitions are washed and disinfected after the transport of infected animal;
75.2.20 days after washing and disinfection of animals are then random;
75.3. the sick animal milk is sent to the merchant for the dairy heat treatment that destroys the Campylobacter's agent;
75.4. laboratory testing of water samples, taken it to water the animals. Animals may be watered from the natural water reservoirs if they have not found a zoonotic agent;
75.5. litter, manure or slurry, if it has come into contact with a source of zoonoses, after impregnation with disinfectant solution to be buried;
75.6. litter, manure or slurry, if it has come into contact with healthy animals after impregnation with disinfection solution places the biotermisk treatment in places where they do not present a danger of contamination, and stored for not less than three weeks;
47.0. slurry (if it is not collected according to these rules and the bottom point 75.5 75.6. conditions) disinfected repositories, adding disinfectants, which destroy agents of Campylobacter.
76. If the agent is Campylobacter found in drinking water, the inspector shall organise animal watering with water that is not zoonotic agent.
77. the shed may be inserted into the animals, if: this provision made 77.1.76. measures referred to in paragraph 1;
77.2. repeatedly in laboratory studies have not found Campylobacter in the initiator (c. feta).
IX. preventive measures of brucellosis in sheep and goats sheep and goats 78. accommodation type B2 may be granted or a brucellosis-free status if: 78.1. over the last 12 months, the animals have been observed characteristic of clinical brucellosis;
78.2. animals have not been vaccinated against brucellosis, except those for which vaccination was carried out not later than two years before the status of the award;
78.3. animals aged more than six months, twice with an interval of six months are serologically examined and the results are negative;
78.4. after taken for serological examination in accordance with this rule 78.3. the requirements laid down in point, shed is in animals it is born, or animals come from herds B1 or B2 type according to the rules in paragraph 84;
78.5. storage is located in the administrative area (the area), which is recognized as brucellosis-free.
79. keep type B2 herd status: 79.1. it is situated in an area which has not been recognized as brucellosis-free;
79.2. shed animal is placed in accordance with the rules referred to in paragraph 84;
79.3. all non-castrated male animals aged more than six months, is investigated and serologically with negative results;
49.3. shed that is 50 and more sexually mature females of, 25% of them are serologically examined and the results are negative. Accommodation in which there are fewer than 50 such animals serologically investigates all animals (100%);
49.4. all in the previous investigation shed imported animals have been serologically investigated and the results are negative;
79.6. each year, the animals over six months old, random is serologically investigated and the results are negative.
80. If the administrative area (the area) is not assigned the brucellosis-administrative areas (district) status, but it more than 99% of the herds of sheep and goats is a type B2 herd status, food and veterinary service every three years organizes this flock serological investigation, ensuring that herd, not type B2 herds, are exposed to brucellosis eradication measures.
81. the type B2 herd status is not saved if the herd: 81.1. finds the animals for which there is a suspicion that they might be ill with brucellosis. The food and veterinary service type B2 herd status may temporarily stop, if the animals are isolated or destroyed until approved or rejected the suspicion of animal disease;
81.2. Notes with brucellosis sick animals.
82. a food and veterinary service may temporarily stop for both troop type B2 status, while the herd: 82.1. slaughter all infected or susceptible against zoonotic agent;
82.2. two times (at least three months apart) serologically investigates all animals older than six months, and the results are negative.
83. where the suspected presence of brucellosis in the herd type B2 in the brucellosis-administrative area (the area), or the suspicion that the animals could be ill with brucellosis, acute food and veterinary service shall forthwith notify the Commission and the other Member States and the European Union: 83.1. ensure all these herds in infected animals and against zoonotic agent slaughter of susceptible animals;
51.7. constantly inform the European Commission and the other Member States of the European Union on the situation in combating zoonoses and its development;
epizootiological studies carried out 83.3. to determine the causative agent of brucellosis in the place of origin, pathways and potentially infected objects;
83.4. herds that are associated with the epizootiological infected herd two times (at least three months apart) serologically investigates all animals older than six months.
type B2 herd 84. animals can be inserted from another type B2 herd or of the flock, type B1 if they: are identifiable, 84.1. have not been vaccinated against brucellosis or vaccinated not later than two years before the move, except for female animals older than two years who were vaccinated up to seven months of age;
52.3. not later than six weeks before the transfer are isolated and this time two times (at intervals of six weeks) are serologically examined and the results are negative.
85. for brucellosis free State or its administrative territory (district) status, food and veterinary service develop appropriate strategies, in which one of the following conditions: 85.1. State or its administrative territory (district) not less than 99.8% of the ovine or caprine livestock is a type B2 herd;
85.2. State or its administrative territory (district): 85.2.1. not less than five years, details of the situation as regards brucellosis in sheep and goats;
85.2.2. not less than five years has been officially free of brucellosis;
85.2.3. not less than three years has prohibited animal vaccination against brucellosis.
86. The food and veterinary service after this rule 85 status established in the country or its administrative territory (district) random organized by one of the following examinations: 53.5. first year: 86.1.1. proposing a study of brucellosis in yards or in slaughterhouses to ensure that investigations are conducted for a 99% confidence level and the result indicates that infected less than 0.2% of total number of herds;
86.1.2. serological examinations not less than 10% of the ovine and caprine animals over six months, and the results are negative;
86.2. at the second and subsequent years: 86.2.1. brucellosis proposing studies into yards or slaughterhouses to ensure that studies are obtained in 95% degree of confidence and the result indicates that infected less than 0.2% of total number of herds;
86.2.2. serological examinations not less than 5% of the ovine and caprine animals over six months, and the results are negative.
87. Sheep and goat accommodation may be granted the status of a type B1 or conditionally from a brucellosis-free status if: 87.1. the past 12 months have been a characteristic of clinical brucellosis;
87.2. vaccinated animals are identifiable and vaccination has been carried out up to seven months of age;
101.8. vaccinated animals aged more than 18 months, no less than two times (at intervals of six months) are investigated and serologically with negative results;
87.4. non-vaccinated animals aged more than six months, no less than two times (at intervals of six months) are investigated and serologically with negative results;
After serological studies 87.5. taken in accordance with this rule and section 87.4.101.8. the requirements laid down in the shed is in animals it is born or brought in from other type B1 herds under this provision in paragraph 96.
88. The herd keeps B1 type status if: 88.1. each year, the animals are selectively investigated and serologically with negative results;
88.2. all non-castrated male animals aged more than six months and who have not been vaccinated, is investigated and serologically with negative results;
88.3. all non-castrated male animals over 18 months of age which have been vaccinated, are investigated and serologically with negative results;
88.4. all in the previous investigation shed imported animals have been serologically investigated and the results are negative;

88.5. shed that is 50 and more sexually mature females of, 25% of them are serologically examined and the results are negative. Accommodation in which there are fewer than 50 such animals serologically investigates all animals (100%).
89. B1 type status is not saved if the herd: 89.1. finds the animals for which there is a suspicion that they might be ill with brucellosis. The food and veterinary service B1 type status of the herd may be temporarily suspended if these animals are isolated or destroyed until approved or rejected the suspicion of animal disease;
89.2. Notes with brucellosis sick animals.
90. a food and veterinary service may temporarily stop B1 type status, while the herd: 90.1. all slaughtered infected or susceptible against zoonotic agent;
90.2. two times (at least three months apart) serologically examined by animals: 90.2.1. vaccinated and over 18 months, and the results are negative.
90.2.2. which have not been vaccinated and are older than six months, and the results are negative.
91. B1 type animal herd you insert from the same type of Flock, herd, or of the type B2 food and veterinary service of the existing stock, which has no particular status if: 91.1. animals are identifiable;
91.2. to this shed in the last 12 months have been free from brucellosis animals characteristic clinical signs;
91.3. animals during the last two years have not been vaccinated against brucellosis, except where the animal is vaccinated up to seven months of age. Animals can vaccinate not later than 15 days before the transfer;
91.4. not later than six weeks prior to moving the animals are isolated, non-vaccinated animals are two times (at intervals of six weeks) are investigated and serological results are negative.
92. B1 type can be assigned a type B2 herd status: 57.2. is at least two years have elapsed since the B1 type status award;
92.2. two years following the herd has not been vaccinated against brucellosis;
the animals are introduced into the 92.3. in accordance with this rule 91. the requirements referred to in paragraph 1;
92.4. end of the second year all the animals who have reached the age of six months are serologically examined and the results are negative.
X. agent of brucellosis (b. melitensis) eradication measures in sheep and goats, 93. If in the laboratory investigations have identified serologically positive animals zoonoses in the affected shed 93.1. serologically positive: animals and animals for which there is a suspicion that they might be sick, or all against zoonotic agent susceptible animals sent for slaughter in two weeks time after notification of results of laboratory examinations of the owner or holder of the animals. Kautprodukt by heat treatment that destroys the causative agent of brucellosis, the use in animal feed or, taking into account the results of the inspection, food production, ensuring that there will not be a common zoonotic agent;
epizootiological studies carried out 93.2. in order to ascertain the sources of zoonoses and zoonotic diseases spreading routes;
93.3. placenta, abortējušo fruit, dead infants born or dead animals are destroyed in accordance with point 10 of these regulations;
93.4. litter, manure, slurry, if it has been in contact with serologically positive animals without calves live births, placenta or other sources of zoonoses by impregnating with disinfectant solution to be buried;
93.5. manure or slurry, if it is collected from serologically negative animals after impregnation with disinfection solution places the biotermisk treatment in places where it does not pose a danger of contamination, and stored for not less than three weeks;
93.6. slurry storage add disinfectants, which destroy the agent of brucellosis;
After the destruction of the animals 93.7. shed, its equipment, inventory, vehicles that are transporting animals susceptible, the ramps and transition, under the supervision of a veterinarian, clean, washed and disinfected with products that destroy brucellosis agents.
94. Type B2 herd limits can be waived if: 94.1. storage, its furnishings and equipment washed and disinfected;
94.2. two times (at intervals of three months) are serologically examined animals aged more than six months, and produced negative results.
95. B1 type herd limits can be waived if: 95.1. storage, its furnishings and equipment washed and disinfected;
95.2. twice (with an interval of three months) are investigated: serological 95.2.1. non-vaccinated animals aged more than six months, and negative results;
95.2.2. vaccinated animals aged more than 18 months, and produced negative results.
96. the limitation in time of the accommodation of the animals can be sent to a slaughterhouse for immediate slaughter.
XI. Prevention of the Climate and for measures against sheep to establish climate-97. agents (l. monocytogenes) presence, laboratory examinations, samples taken from sexually mature in teķ and sheep.
98. the proposing of the Climate controls are carried out once a year in the following order: 98.1. herd, which is no more than 10 animals, samples taken from all animals (100%);
98.2. herd, which has more than 10 animals, samples taken from 10% of the animals.
99. Shed that listeriosis has been made of this provision, paragraph 75 of these measures, except in specified 75.4.
100. the shed can be inserted if the animals: 100.1. the provision made for the measures referred to in paragraph 75 (excluding 75.4. in point);
100.2. the repeated in laboratory studies have not found Listeria in the initiator (l. monocytogenes).
XII. Brucellosis prevention and control measures of swine brucellosis-free 101. yards of serological controls are carried out in the following order: 101.1. brucellosis of breeding boars agent presence checks not less than twice a year;
101.2. sows brucellosis presence proposer checked at least every two years;
remontcūk the agent of brucellosis 101.3. presence check before natural mating during.
102. The swine vaccination against brucellosis is prohibited.
103. If brucellosis serological studies found in: 103.1. serological positive animals isolates;
103.2. serologically negative animals with the Inspector's or veterinarian's permission can be sent to the slaughterhouse;
103.3. samples for repeat laboratory investigation to determine the diagnosis.
104. the brucellosis diagnosis of zoonotic diseases in the affected facility shall take one of the following measures: 104.1. serological positive animals isolated marked to ensure traceability, and sent to a slaughterhouse within two weeks;
104.2. all animals susceptible sent for slaughter in two weeks time after notification of results of laboratory examinations of the owner or holder of the animals. Kautprodukt by heat treatment that destroys the causative agent of brucellosis, the use in animal feed or, taking into account the results of the inspection, food production, ensuring that there will not be a common zoonotic agent.
105. in the affected holding of brucellosis: 105.1. this rule 103.1 and 103.2. measures referred to in subparagraph;
105.2. placenta, abortējušo fruit, dead or dying infants born destroyed in accordance with point 10 of these regulations;
105.3. litter, manure, slurry, if it has been in contact with serologically positive animals, stillborn, placental animals or other sources of zoonoses by impregnating with disinfectant solution to be buried;
105.4. manure and slurry if it is collected from serologically negative animals after impregnation with disinfection solution places the biotermisk treatment in places where it does not pose a danger of contamination, and stored for not less than three weeks;
105.5. slurry storage add disinfectants, which destroy the agent of brucellosis;
After the destruction of the animals 105.6. shed, its equipment, inventory, vehicles that are transporting animals susceptible, the ramps and transition, under the supervision of a veterinarian, clean, washed and disinfected with products that destroy brucellosis agents.
106. the brucellosis in the affected animals shed can be inserted if the storage, its: 106.1. facilities and equipment are cleaned, washed and disinfected;
106.2. the animals moved from herds free from brucellosis;
106.3. not less than 30 days before the transfer of the animals are isolated, this time they are serologically examined and the results are negative. Animals can be serologically to investigate after arrival, if the animals before attaching the herd be isolated for 30 days.
107. for brucellosis-free status of the sites: 107.1. animals, except fed animals who have reached the age of six months, for three consecutive years, twice a year (with a six month interval) investigates and serologically with negative results;
107.2. fed animals serologically monitored at the slaughterhouse, taking random samples.
108. This rule 107.2. animals referred in the slaughterhouse sampling follows: 108.1. If the group is up to 25 animals, samples shall be taken from the 25% animal;
108.2. If the group is more than 25 animals, samples are taken from the 10% animal.

XIII. the prevention of Trichinosis and echinococcosis and control measures of domestic swine, equidae and pigs of kautprodukt 109. equidae slaughtered pigs, domestic and wild swine in carcases of the trichinosis inspection agents in the laboratory (t. spiralis) presence. Domestic swine and wild swine kautprodukto in proposing of echinococcosis (e. granulos) presence check inspection.
110. in order to determine the presence of agents of trichinosis, samples shall be taken from the muscular part of the diaphragm, the lingual muscle root parts, intercostal muscles or from another striated muscles, where it is not possible to remove the samples from the above mentioned places.
111. Samples of echinococcosis and agents for trichinosis detection for equidae and domestic swine slaughterhouse veterinarian or take his assistant inspection time. Samples from wild swine trichinosis and echinococcosis-kautprodukt in the presence of the agent having the owner or keeper of the animal, or if they are sent to a processing plant, the veterinarian.
112. the samples the presence of agents of echinococcosis investigation taken from the internal organs (liver, kidney).
113. Kautprodukt-can be distributed and used for further processing, if the results of the laboratory examinations of the trichinosis inspection agents and the agents for echinococcosis is negative.
114. If laboratory studies of trichinosis in the notes agent, kautprodukt by heat treatment that destroys the cooling agent of trichinosis, permitted for use in foods.
115. If the inspection finds the agents, parasites echinococcosis affected organs are destroyed in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 10. Carcase and other kautprodukt can use only food after heat treatment that destroys the agent of echinococcosis.
116. Finding trichinosis or agents of echinococcosis, Inspector of the investigation and find out the animal housing and the source of the infestation.
117. With trichinosis or infected animals shed echinococcosis can grow, if they do not observe the signs of disease and after fattening sent to the slaughterhouse.
118. If the trichinosis or agents of echinococcosis found wild swine kautprodukto, acting in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 114. and 115.
XIV. Rabies prevention measures 119. Laboratory investigation carried out to determine rabies in the following cases: 119.1. If it is suspected that the disease of animals susceptible to rabies agent (except for dogs, cats and ferrets (rooms)), or they are clinically ill;
119.2. suspected hunt wild fur and predators to rabies;
119.3. If animals susceptible to rabies agent (except for dogs, cats and ferrets (room) of the House), has been in contact with sick animals, which raises the suspicion of rabies, and animals of a post-mortem laboratory studies are positive;
119.4. If wild animals are found in the body and it is suspected that these animals had been ill and died with rabies.
120. Rabies vaccinated dogs, cats, House (rooms) ferrets vaccinated if: the grit with rabies 120.1. sick animals or animals for which there is a suspicion that it is sick with rabies;
120.2. they come into contact with animals who are clinically ill with rabies or suspect cases of rabies;
120.3. they come into contact with animals of a post-mortem laboratory studies on the presence of the agent of rabies are positive.
121. Animals which are susceptible to rabies agent (except for dogs, cats, House (rooms) the ferrets), vaccinated against rabies in the first, fifth and the twenty-eighth day of the vaccine manufacturer or in accordance with the procedure laid down in the annotation, if: the grit with 121.1. rabies sick animals or animals for which there is a suspicion that it is sick with rabies;
121.2. they come into contact with animals who are clinically ill with rabies or suspect cases of rabies;
121.3. they come into contact with animals of a post-mortem laboratory studies on the presence of the agent of rabies are positive.
122. Rabies Unvaccinated dogs, cats and the House (room) the ferrets who have been in contact with 120.1, 120.2, this provision.. or 120.3. the animals referred to below, apply one of the following measures: 122.1. not less than 10 nights there in isolation under official veterinary supervision and after isolation kills (euthanased), laboratory investigates the corpses and destroyed after an investigation in accordance with paragraph 10 of these regulations;
122.2. not less than six months kept in isolation under official veterinary supervision. A month before the end of the quarantine period the animals are vaccinated, and quarantine conducted immunity end tension control, which may not be less than 0.5 per ml blood IV. If in the laboratory studies obtained a lower result, animal vaccinated repeatedly.
123. the preventive vaccination of rabies: 123.1. puppies, kittens and the House (room) the ferrets – starting from the age of three months;
123.2. adults dogs, cats and ferrets home (room) – each year;
123.3. home-bred wild animals and wild animals, in accordance with the rabies eradication programme.
XV. the agent of rabies eradication measures 124. food and veterinary service Director, set up a working group for carrying out the epizootiological inquiry. The working group gathers the following information: 124.1. prevalence of rabies of wild predators in the affected area;
124.2. the animal health situation in nearby yards. When the presence of rabies is found (or suspicion thereof) urban area, the animal health situation of the control of zoonotic diseases also affected the location next to the existing neighbourhoods;
124.3. bitten animals and people, as well as those who have been in contact with the sick animal.
125. the carcases shall be disposed of in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 10, if: 125.1. animals before death have been clinically ill;
125.2. have found positive laboratory studies;
125.3. animals are killed in accordance with the provisions of section 122.1. those requirements.
126. If rabies susceptible animals agents (other than dogs, cats and ferrets (room) of the House) residence is found in animals that have been bitten by rabies-animal, or animal sick had been in contact with the sick animals: 126.1. It isolates and vaccinated in accordance with this provision, paragraph 121;
126.2. all susceptible animals which are not isolated, vaccinated in accordance with this provision, paragraph 121;
126.3. veterinarian frequented zoonoses affected housing, observe animals and shall draw up a report;
126.4. animal residence under the supervision of an official veterinarian clean, washed and disinfected with products that destroy agent of rabies;
epizootiological studies carried out 126.5. under this provision the 124 pun kt.
127. the foodstuffs of animal origin can be distributed after heat treatment that destroys the rabies virus if they get: 127.1. shed that had been clinically ill with rabies in animals;
127.2. the shed where the animals have been in contact with sick animals or clinical, post-mortem animal laboratory studies are positive;
127.3. This provision from 126.1. animals referred to.
128. Rabies affected accommodation restrictions lifted if: 128.1. after washing and disinfection obtained positive laboratory control results;
128.2. isolated animals are observed for not less than 15 days;
128.3. animals of susceptible species on the holding have been vaccinated.
XVI. Anthrax prevention and eradication measures 129. If there is a suspicion of the presence of animals with anthrax: 129.1. all animals shed clinically investigated;
129.2. animals which leads to the suspicion of the disease, isolated;
129.3. of the bodies or forcibly slaughtered animals samples laboratory examinations;
129.4. in accordance with the instructions of the official veterinarian at the exit and entrance to the accommodation places with disinfectant solution impregnated carpets;
129.5. any animal is prohibited, except if they are isolated.
130. This provision 129. the measures referred to in paragraph 1 shall be repealed if the risk in studies of laborat anthrax agent (b. anthrac) produced negative results.
131. If anthrax is suspected, and the carcases of the slaughtered animals forced section or any division is prohibited. If performing these steps, fauna of suspected anthrax cases, they stop and sanitized clothing, shoes and hands.
132. If in the laboratory studies finds anthrax agent, zoonotic diseases in the affected facility shall take one of the following: 132.1. all animals are destroyed in accordance with point 10 of these regulations;
132.2. clinical or suspicious after suffering destruction of animals in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 10 of the remaining animals vaccinated.
133. Anthrax-affected shed: 133.1. continues to make that rule 129 and 132. measures referred to in paragraph a must;
133.2. slaughter of animals is prohibited, surgical manipulation of nature, the body section, skinning, or any other activity for which blood can get into the environment;

133.3. animal waste, manure, animal feed, contaminated equipment, products of animal origin destroyed in accordance with point 10 of these regulations;
133.4. vaccinated animals are allowed to move no earlier than 14 days after vaccination;
133.5. grazing can be used if there is a complete animal vaccination;
accommodation rooms, 133.6. inventory and equipment, which was not burned, the supervision of the official veterinarian clean, washed and disinfected with products that destroy the anthrax agent;
133.7. persons who have been in contact with animals, disinfect their clothing, shoes and hands. People with wounds or other skin disorders, prohibited from contact with animals;
133.8. after animal transport vehicles, their equipment, transition and ramp supervision of the official veterinarian clean, washed and disinfected with products that destroy the anthrax agent;
133.9. shed been denied entry, with the exception of the owner of the animal, and the supervisory bodies of the holder of the vehicle;
133.10. shed banned unauthorised residence;
133.11. prohibited animal watering from the natural water reservoirs;
133.12. where it is found in the case of animal death, veterinarian takes samples of anthrax agent presence laboratory investigates you;
133.13. the inspector shall organise epizootiological studies of the prevalence of zoonoses surveillance in the territory of origin and the potential zoonotic foci.
134. The discovery of an outbreak of anthrax, livestock products from the affected sites was left by the agent during the period of incubation, destroyed in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 10.
135. This provision 133. measures referred to in paragraph 1 shall be cancelled if: 135.1. the animals have been destroyed or have been vaccinated;
135.2. housing, after cleaning and disinfecting detergents obtained favorable results in laboratory control;
135.3. after the last death of animals have passed not less than 15 days.
136. zoonoses in the affected animals shed inserts after deregulation and not earlier than 14 days after vaccination against anthrax.
137. The animals in the affected of anthrax shed vaccinated each year.
XVII. final question 138. Be declared unenforceable in the Cabinet of 30 April 2002, the provisions of no. 175 "arrangements made to infectious disease prevention and control, with which both animal suffering and people" (Latvian journal, 2002, no. 67).
Informative reference to European Union directives, the regulations include provisions resulting from: 1) of the Council of 26 June 1964 directives 64/432/EEC on animal health problems affecting intra-Community trade in bovine animals and swine;
2) Council of 17 May 1977 Directive 77/391/EEC introducing Community measures for the eradication of brucellosis, tuberculosis and leucosis in cattle;
3) Council 13 December 1977 Directive 78/52/EEC establishing Community criteria for national plans of bovine brucellosis, tuberculosis and enzootic-bovine-leukosis accelerated eradication;
4) Council of 28 January 1991 Council Directive 91/68/EEC on animal health conditions governing intra-Community trade in ovine and caprine animals;
5) Council of 17 March 1997 Directive 97/12/EC amending and updating Directive 64/432/EEC on health problems affecting intra-Community trade in bovine animals and swine;
6) Council of 24 June 1998 Directive 98/46/EC amending Directives 64/432/EEC A, D (chapter I) and F of veterinary problems affecting intra-Community trade in bovine animals and swine;
7) Council of 14 December 1998 Directive 98/99/EC, amending Directive 97/12/EC amending and updating Directive 64/432/EEC on health problems affecting intra-Community trade in bovine animals and swine;
8) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 16 May 2000, Directive 2000/20/EC amending Council Directive 64/432/EEC on health problems affecting intra-Community trade in bovine animals and swine;
9) Council of 11 June 2003 Directive 2003/50/EC amending Directive 91/68/EEC, as well as to strengthen controls on the movement of sheep and goats.
Prime Minister, the Defense Minister of Agriculture Minister a. Slakter location – Environment Minister r. vējonis Editorial Note: rules shall enter into force on 22 April 2006.
Annex to the Cabinet of Ministers of 18 April 2006, regulations no 298 zoonotic list no PO box
Zoonoses name 1.
Brucellosis (b. melitensis, b. abortus, b. suis) 2.
Echinococcosis (E. granulos) 3.
Campylobacter (c. feta) 4.
Listeriosis (l. monocytogenes) 5.
Anthrax (b. anthrac) 6.
Salmonellosis (s. pullorum, s. gallinarum, s. arizonae) 7.
Tuberculosis (m. Bovis) 8.
Trichinosis (t. spiralis) 9.
Rabies in Agriculture Minister-Minister of environment r. vējonis