Canadian Food Inspection Agency says it cannot eradicate salmon virus as quarantined fish sent to New Brunswick processing plant
Monday, January 28th 2013 1:20:12pm
• Has the CFIA lost control of the ISA Virus?
• What are the human health consequences?
• Where did the ISA Virus come from?
• Is it true that the last four ISA outbreaks in Eastern Canada are strains of the virus which were previously unknown?
• What impact will these fish farm related ISA Virus strains have on wild fish stocks such as Atlantic cod, herring and salmon?
• Should I be worried about the frequent number of viruses (ISA, piscine reovirus and salmon alpha virus) being found in Canadian fish farms (such as in Newfoundland and Nova Scotia)?
• Is the CFIA doing enough?
• Is the CFIA’s current response to ISA Virus in Eastern Canada the correct response?
• Are you concerned that ISA infected salmon from Nova Scotia is being prepared for “market” in New Brunswick?
• Should I worry about eating farmed salmon or feeding my pets food which could contain ISA Virus?
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January 28th, 2013