Any natural or legal person must carry out the following actions against avian flu:
-Install foot baths in poultry farms with a solution based on quaternary ammonium or glutaraldehyde in the entry and exit places. In addition, all equipment, tools, materials, clothing, footwear, vehicles, among others, must be disinfected.
-Comply with the quarantine established by Senasa in the properties affected with highly pathogenic avian influenza, with the purpose of preventing the entry and exit of live domestic birds and risk products, persons and unauthorized vehicles, or others.
-Have authorization to enter properties positive for highly pathogenic avian influenza, and use personal protective equipment. When leaving the premises, they must leave this equipment in a deposit containing quaternary ammonium or glutaraldehyde.
-Install signs with the following text in the entrance areas to properties positive for highly pathogenic avian influenza: “Entry is prohibited due to Quarantine Control measures.”
-Coordinate with Senasa personnel the slaughter and elimination of all domestic birds found in the focus where highly pathogenic avian influenza and risk materials (products, bedding, feathers, manure, etc.) have been detected, and burial at a depth of at least 2 meters. Clean and disinfect the facilities, equipment and utensils, as well as the tools used for burial.
-Before carrying out the repopulation of the farms, carry out a sentinelization with birds free of highly pathogenic avian influenza, which must be serologically monitored at 15, 30 and 45 calendar days, all the results must be negative for this disease.
-Strengthen biosecurity and surveillance measures on farms or places where their domestic birds are located.
Report to Senasa any sign of disease in birds or decrease in poultry production.