In Semda, 2 more cows perish; lumpy virus may be to blame

Two cows died in the districts worst lumpy skin disease affected Semda village of Depalpur tehsil . Officials are investigating the deaths of the cattle with symptoms of lumpy skin disease .

Indore: On Thursday morning, two more cattle died in the districts worst lumpy skin disease affected Semda village of Depalpur tehsil, prompting local authorities to initiate a detailed investigation of the cattle with symptoms of lumpy skin disease in order to isolate them and provide symptomatic care as well as raising public awareness and disinfecting the area with chemicals.Locals said on Thursday morning that the virus had killed only five animals, according to the department's study.Two cows that died early this morning were male, and their immunity could be the cause.The investigation into the dead animals was ongoing.

In addition, vaccination is available within a 5-kilometer radius of the epicenter.Similarly, villagers are being encouraged to spot ill animals and dos and donts quickly, according to home minister and minister in charge for Indore district Narottam Mishra, who expressed dissatisfaction with the disease on his visit to Indore.The animals, not only humans, are worthy of forgiveness.The lumpy bug has invaded Rajasthan, and it has now spread to 26 districts in the state.