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|Author(s) :||C. Bruschke & B. Vallat|
Recognising how difficult it is for some countries to fully eliminate animal diseases from their territory as a whole or to maintain an animal disease free status in parts of their national territory, the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) has introduced the concepts of ‘zoning’ and ‘compartmentalisation’ for the purposes of disease control and international trade.
Avian influenza – Compartmentalisation – International trade – Newcastle disease – OIE standards – World Organisation for Animal Health – Zoning.