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Peste des petits ruminants

OFFICIAL STATUS

CONTROL PROGRAMME

 

GENERAL INFORMATION

List of PPR free Members

According to Resolution No. 21 (87th General Session of World Assembly, May 2019)

  • PPR free Members

Members recognised as free from PPR according to the provisions of Chapter 14.7. of the Terrestrial Code :

Argentina

Denmark

Liechtenstein

Portugal (3)

Australia

Ecuador

Lithuania

Romania

Austria

Estonia

Luxembourg

Singapore

Belgium

Eswatini

Madagascar

Slovakia

Bolivia

Finland (1)

Malta

Slovenia

Bosnia and Herzegovina

France (2)

Mauritius

South Africa

Botswana

Germany

Mexico

Spain (4)

Brazil

Greece

New Caledonia

Sweden

Canada

Hungary

New Zealand

Switzerland

Chile

Iceland

Norway

Thailand

Chinese Taipei

Ireland

Paraguay

The Netherlands

Colombia

Italy

Peru

United Kingdom (5)

Croatia

Korea (Rep. of)

Philippines

United States of America (6)

Cyprus

Latvia

Poland

Uruguay

Czech Republic

 

 

  • PPR free zone(7)

Members recognised as having a zone free from PPR according to the provisions of Chapter 14.7. of the Terrestrial Code :

Namibia: (Map)

one zone located south to the Veterinary Cordon Fence, designated by the Delegate of Namibia in a document addressed to the Director General in November 2014.

 

(1) Including Åland Islands.
(2) Including French Guiana, Guadeloupe, Martinique, Réunion, Saint Barthélémy, Saint Martin, Saint Pierre and Miquelon.
(3) Including Azores and Madeira.
(4) Including Balearic Islands and Canary Islands.
(5) Including Cayman Islands, Falkland Islands, Guernsey (incl. Alderney and Sark), Isle of Man, Jersey, and Saint Helena.
(6) Including American Samoa, Guam, Northern Mariana Islands, Puerto Rico and US Virgin Islands.
(7) For detailed information on the delimitation of the zone of the Member recognised as PPR free, enquiries should be addressed to the Director General of the OIE.