EFSA advises tougher measures to fight bluetongue disease

Faced with a resurgence of the virus over the past twoyears, most notably in France, the European Commission asked the agency toreview control measures and options for safe trade of animals from infectedareas.

In a new scientific opinion, EFSA experts

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