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According to Resolution No. 19 (87th General Session of World Assembly, May 2019)

  • Negligible BSE risk

Members recognised as having a negligible BSE risk in accordance with Chapter 11.4. of the Terrestrial Code :

Argentina

Iceland

Panama

Australia

India

Paraguay

Austria

Israel

Peru

Belgium

Italy

Poland

Brazil

Japan

Portugal (2)

Bulgaria

Korea (Rep. of)

Romania

Chile

Latvia

Serbia (3)

Colombia

Liechtenstein

Singapore

Costa Rica

Lithuania

Slovakia

Croatia

Luxembourg

Slovenia

Cyprus

Malta

Spain (4)

Czech Republic

Mexico

Sweden

Denmark

Namibia

Switzerland

Estonia

New Zealand

The Netherlands

Finland (1)

Nicaragua

United States of America

Germany

Norway

Uruguay

Hungary

 

  • Controlled BSE risk

Members recognised as having a controlled BSE risk in accordance with Chapter 11.4. of the Terrestrial Code :

Canada

Ecuador

Greece

Chinese Taipei

France

 

Ireland

 

  • Zone(5) with a negligible BSE risk

Member Countries recognised as having a zone with a negligible BSE risk in accordance with Chapter 11.4. of the Terrestrial Code :

China (People’s Rep. of)

A zone designated by the Delegate of China in a document addressed to the Director General in November 2013, consisting of the People’s Republic of China with the exclusion of Hong Kong and Macau.

United Kingdom (Map)

one zone consisting of Northern Ireland as designated by the Delegate of the United Kingdom in a document addressed to the Director General in September 2016.

  • Zone(5) with a controlled BSE risk

Member Countries recognised as having a zone with a controlled BSE risk in accordance with Chapter 11.4. of the Terrestrial Code :

United Kingdom (Map)

two zones consisting of England and Wales, and Scotland as designated by the Delegate of the United Kingdom in documents addressed to the Director General in September and October 2016, and in December 2018.

(1) Including Åland Islands.
(2) Including Azores and Madeira.
(3) Excluding Kosovo administered by the United Nations.
(4) Including Balearic Islands and Canary Islands.
(5) For detailed information on the delimitation of the zones of the Members recognised as having a negligible or controlled BSE risk, enquiries should be addressed to the Director General of the OIE.

 

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