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ANIMALS 16/03/21 Methods to Prevent Future Severe Animal Welfare Problems Caused by COVID-19 in the Pork Industry. FRONT. VET. SCI. 28/01/21 Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on the Welfare of Animals in Australia. Introduction In early 2020, humanity faced an almost unprecedented situation when a novel coronavirus named SARS-CoV-2, causing a disease known as COVID-19, changed life around the world (1).

FRONT. VET. SCI. 28/01/21 Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on the Welfare of Animals in Australia

The virus continues to cause death, illness, strain on health systems, societal disruption, and economic damage. AGROQUEBEC 18/01/21 PURDEL ET BIEN-ÊTRE ANIMAL - LES PORCHERIES À NIVEAU EN MARS, MALGRÉ LA COVID. TAGESSCHAU_DE 05/01/21 TRAD AUTO : Des atteintes au bien-être des animaux à cause de Corona ? Überfüllte Ställe, verletzte Tiere: Report Mainz liegen Aufnahmen aus Schweinebetrieben vor, die Verstöße gegen den Tierschutz zeigen.

TAGESSCHAU_DE 05/01/21 TRAD AUTO : Des atteintes au bien-être des animaux à cause de Corona ?

Die Betreiber sehen die Pandemie als Ursache. Doch Experten kritisieren die Haltung generell. Von Monika Anthes und Edgar Verheyen, SWR Es ist Mitte November, als Report Mainz einen landwirtschaftlichen Betrieb in der Nähe des Möhnesees in NRW besucht. Alfred Tigges betreibt dort eine Schweineproduktion mit mehr als 1000 Tieren. "Wir kriegen die Abteile nicht schnell genug geräumt. Landwirte machen Verluste mit jedem gemästeten Tier. FRONT. VET. SCI. 23/10/20 Economic and Social Impacts of COVID-19 on Animal Welfare and Dairy Husbandry in Central Punjab, Pakistan. Introduction The most recent strain of coronavirus COVID-19 belongs to the SARS-CoV-2 group.

FRONT. VET. SCI. 23/10/20 Economic and Social Impacts of COVID-19 on Animal Welfare and Dairy Husbandry in Central Punjab, Pakistan

This COVID-19 pandemic started from the Wuhan, Hubei Province, China (1, 2). FRONT. VET. CI. 30/09/20 COVID-19 Effects on Livestock Production: A One Welfare Issue. Introduction The emergence of a novel pandemic disease should not have taken the world by surprise.

FRONT. VET. CI. 30/09/20 COVID-19 Effects on Livestock Production: A One Welfare Issue

Within the last century, the 1918 influenza pandemic infected an estimated 500 million people and killed 17–50 million (1). More recently, the 2009 swine flu pandemic infected about 61 million and killed an estimated 284,000 (2). Both pandemics were H1N1 influenza viral diseases and it is perhaps natural that the focus for predicting future pandemics was on influenza, with a Web of Science search for “pandemic AND prediction” showing that 290 out of 415 articles since 2010 include “influenza” [e.g., (3)] whereas only 15 include “coronavirus” [e.g., (4)].

However, recent SARS and MERS outbreaks showed that coronaviruses are strong candidates for zoonotic pathogen spillover (5). PARLEMENT EUROPEEN - Réponse à question E-004099/2020 COVID-19, reduction in slaughtering capacity and consequences for animal welfare. FRONT. VET. SCI. 01/09/20 COVID-19 effects on livestock production: A One Welfare issue. 1USDA-ARS Livestock Behavior Research Unit, United States 2Moorepark Animal and Grassland Research Centre, Teagasc, Ireland The COVID-19 pandemic highlights that we exist in a global community.

FRONT. VET. SCI. 01/09/20 COVID-19 effects on livestock production: A One Welfare issue

From a single city, it spread to 188 countries across the world and infected 25 million people by August 30, 2020. Decades of modelling pandemics predicted potential consequences, but COVID-19’s impact on the food supply chain, and specifically livestock production was unexpected. Clusters of cases among workers in meat processing plants evolved quickly to affect human, animal and environmental welfare in several countries.

In processing plants, the hygiene focus is on product quality and food safety. Keywords: Poultry, pigs, Livestock Production Chain, One Welfare, COVID-19 Received: 21 Jul 2020; Accepted: 01 Sep 2020. CURRENT BIOLOGY 10/08/20 How the COVID-19 pandemic highlights the necessity of animal research. PETA 17/08/20 Breaking: USDA Is Failing to Test Animal Flesh for Coronavirus. As if going to the grocery store during a pandemic weren’t stressful enough, certain food choices may be increasing your risk of catching COVID-19.

PETA 17/08/20 Breaking: USDA Is Failing to Test Animal Flesh for Coronavirus

Imported chicken from Brazil and packaging of imported shrimp from Ecuador, both contaminated with the novel coronavirus, have found their way into China. As the world scrambles to deal with the danger of this deadly new pathogen, guess which country isn’t testing meat for it? Even though our country leads the world in coronavirus cases and deaths and there have been report after report of COVID-19 outbreaks in slaughterhouses, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is failing to take the pandemic seriously (yet again) by not testing meat for the virus. The U.S. imports billions of pounds of meat per year, including from Latin American countries that have reported similar COVID-19 outbreaks in slaughterhouses.

Our country’s lack of testing meat for the virus affects not only Americans but also the entire rest of the planet. FRONT. VET. SCI. 18/08/20 Animal Welfare and Livestock Supply Chain Sustainability under COVID-19 Outbreak: An Overview. 1Other, Egypt 2Department of Animal and Fish Production, Faculty of Agriculture, Alexandria University, Egypt 3National Institute for Agricultural and Food Research and Technology (INIA), Spain 4Departamento de Reproducción Animal.

FRONT. VET. SCI. 18/08/20 Animal Welfare and Livestock Supply Chain Sustainability under COVID-19 Outbreak: An Overview

INIA spain, Spain 5Departamento de Reproducción, Spain 6Faculty of Health Sciences, Technological University of Pereira, Colombia 7Research Department, Faculty of Health Sciences, Technological University of Pereira, Colombia The COVID-19 pandemic caused by the emergence, around the end of December 2019, of a new strain of coronaviruses (SARS-CoV-2) has caused both a public health and a socio-economic crisis worldwide during the 2020. The lockdown imposed to cope with the outbreak of the disease have dramatically challenged and negatively affected all the economic sectors of the modern global economy. Keywords: SARS-CoV-2,, Pandemic,, animal welfare,, livestock farming,, Food security Received: 12 Jul 2020; Accepted: 18 Aug 2020. PARLEMENT EUROPEEN - Réponse à question E-002961/2020 Lutte contre les filières d’importation d’espèces sauvages.

FRANCE 3 22/07/20 Eure : des refuges pour animaux submergés. ANIMAUX ONLINE 22/07/20 La crise sanitaire a-t-elle transformé les liens avec nos animaux ? Par la force des choses, nos animaux de compagnie sont devenus nos compagnons de confinement.

ANIMAUX ONLINE 22/07/20 La crise sanitaire a-t-elle transformé les liens avec nos animaux ?

Pour le meilleur… ou pour le pire ? Cette situation inédite pour la majorité des propriétaires d’animaux risque de modifier profondément notre relation avec eux ainsi que la leur avec nous. WILLAGRI 03/04/20 L’IOT AU SERVICE DU BIEN-ÊTRE ANIMAL PENDANT LE TRANSPORT. MAA 01/04/20 COVID-19 : FAQ alimentation, sécurité sanitaire et protection animale. En France – et contrairement aux États-Unis –, les mesures de distanciation ont été recommandées dès les premiers cas de Covid-19 sur le territoire et imposées réglementairement par décret du 23 mars pour tout établissement restant ouvert.

MAA 01/04/20 COVID-19 : FAQ alimentation, sécurité sanitaire et protection animale

Les abattoirs ont été traités au même titre que les autres entreprises. Un guide de bonnes pratiques à l’attention des abatteurs ainsi que des fiches réflexes ont été diffusés par le ministère de l’Agriculture et de l’Alimentation et par le ministère du Travail début avril. Le Ministre Didier Guillaume a adressé un courrier à l’attention des représentants nationaux d’abattoirs le 7 avril et les fédérations nationales se sont formellement engagées au respect des mesures barrière. Le respect des mesures de distanciation et d’hygiène relève du responsable d’abattoir. ONE VOICE 04/04/20 En Norvège, la chasse aux phoques autorisée sans inspecteurs de protection animale !

Parmi les marins qui prennent part à la chasse, plusieurs membres d'équipage ont été reconnus coupables de cruauté envers les animaux après plusieurs infractions lors de la chasse aux phoques en 2009.

ONE VOICE 04/04/20 En Norvège, la chasse aux phoques autorisée sans inspecteurs de protection animale !

En 2010, ces membres d'équipage ont reçu certaines des amendes les plus élevées jamais infligées pour cruauté envers les animaux en Norvège. Les chasseurs ont été condamnés sur la base des documents d'un rapport des inspecteurs de protection animale et de preuves enregistrées sur vidéo. Autorisés à « tuer à volonté » Nous nous associons à NOAH-pour la défense des animaux, notre partenaire norvégien au sein de la Fur Free Alliance, coalition qui défend les animaux élevés et tués pour leur fourrure, dont nous sommes le représentant français.

AFP 26/05/20 Coronavirus : 47 personnalités tirent la sonnette d'alarme sur la situation des associations et refuges de protection animale, "à l'agonie" MRCVS_CO_UK 11/06/20 Report highlights impact of COVID-19 on companion animal welfare. The report calls on the animal health community to encourage people to contact their vet with any new pet health concerns. NOAH calls for collaborative approach to mitigate the ongoing impact of the crisis. MRCVS_CO_uk 22/07/20 Government warned of a possible 'pet crisis'"We need the government to determine the impact COVID-19 has had on puppy farming, smuggling and unlawful selling of puppies and kittens."Blue Cross calls for review of COVID-19 impact on an. "We need the government to determine the impact COVID-19 has had on puppy farming, smuggling and unlawful selling of puppies and kittens. " Blue Cross calls for review of COVID-19 impact on animal welfare. The UK could face crisis in areas of pet welfare if warning signs are not addressed early, a report by national charity Blue Cross has concluded.

The report, Impact of COVID-19 on Pets and Owners, sets out recommendations for the government to protect pets and their owners as the country emerges from the pandemic. It suggests that the government determine the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak on issues such as puppy farming, puppy smuggling and third-party sales of puppies and kittens. The report notes that, at a time when less rehoming can take place, many animals are being purchased online without owners necessarily considering the long-term costs or commitments.