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swine fever has already forced the calling of over two and a half million peaks in Vietnam and now its feet that thirty percent of all hogs in mainland China could also be infected the outbreak has been ongoing since last August and humans are immune to the disease but it's continuing spread is raising concerns over the food supply for the entire region you cannot really remove it with %HESITATION methodologies that we have them at the moment and if you call lots of pigs the again that's not going to stop the spread so so that's I've I've actually I've actually said before this is in my view for these reasons the most complex and largest and a disease outbreak that we've ever had on this planet earlier this month China's agriculture ministry reported that the country's breeding had declined by a record twenty four percent massive loss for the world's largest pork producer also on Thursday nearby Laos confirmed its first cases , but this Shanghai butchery some faced a lot she says the business is good and she can survive having been in the industry for twenty , the disease kills almost all swine engine fix