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Disease introduction simulation exercises

This page is used to disseminate on the web announcement received from Member Countries on disease introduction simulation exercises taking place in their countries.

These simulation exercises are also disseminated to OIE's Delegates and to the subscribers of the OIE-Info Distribution List before their implementation.

Most of the time, these simulation exercises are meant to test and practice, based on an established national contingency plan. The OIE encourages its Member Countries to share their experiences about the preparation of generic and/or disease specific national contingency plans and has dedicated a specific web page for National contingency plans.

Location Disease Date
UruguayAvian Influenza

11 to 14 December 2006

CyprusAvian Influenza

9 to 12 October 2006

AlbaniaAvian Influenza

6 and 7 December 2006

LithuaniaClassical swine fever

5 and 6 December 2006

ArgentinaExotic swine disease

28 November to 1 December 2006

AustraliaFoot and mouth disease

20 to 22 November 2006

SenegalAvian Influenza

7 and 8 November 2006

JamaicaAvian Influenza

2 and 3 November 2006

Dominican RepublicAvian Influenza

23 to 26 October 2006

Hong Kong (SAR-PRC)Avian Influenza

20 October 2006

SingaporeAvian Influenza

4 October 2006

PanamaAvian Influenza

25 to 28 July 2006

ItalyAvian Influenza

18 to 21 July 2006

El SalvadorAvian Influenza

11 to 14 July 2006

PeruAvian Influenza

10 to 13 July 2006

SloveniaFoot and mouth disease

27 to 29 June 2006

AlgeriaAvian Influenza

21 June 2006

PolandClassical swine fever

19 to 23 June 2006

AustraliaFoot and mouth disease

16 to 19 May 2006

Brunei DarussalamAvian Influenza

4 April 2006

NicaraguaAvian Influenza

3 to 7 April 2006

MoroccoAvian Influenza

14 March 2006

SingaporeHighly pathogenic avian influenza

17 February 2006

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