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Bovine tuberculosis, a disease monitored in both domestic and wild animals

Updated on 24/03/2021

Bovine tuberculosis is an animal disease transmissible to humans that primarily affects cattle herds. France has enjoyed disease-free status since 2001. A few outbreaks persist in certain départements but these are currently covered by specific surveillance and management measures, enabling this status to be maintained. Here is an overview of this disease, its situation in France and the role played by the Agency.

Keywords : Bovine tuberculosis, Zoonosis, Animal diseases

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