A tripartite meeting between the College of Veterinary Medicine, the Veterinary Hospital and Karbala Agriculture to develop a supportive plan for the prevention of communicable diseases, the most important of which is hemorrhagic fever, during the visit of the 10th of Muharram.

The Director of the Continuing Education Division at the College of Veterinary Medicine at Kerbala University, Dr. Rana Abdul-Amir Jawad participated within the tripartite meeting between the Holy Kerbala Veterinary Hospital, Kerbala Agriculture Departments and the College of Veterinary Medicine at Kerbala University.

    The meeting took place at the office of the Director of Al-Bayti Hospital for the purpose of developing an emergency plan to serve the pilgrims of Imam Hussein (peace be upon him) and to prevent hemorrhagic fever and maintain the safety for visitors from communicable diseases.

    The meeting resulted in the integration of sectors from the Veterinary Department, the Directorate of Agriculture and the College of Veterinary Medicine, and the formation of volunteer detachments to make the plan successful and provide all services.

   In addition to the health supervision of the slaughterhouses by examining the animals prepared for the slaughter before, during and after the slaughter in order to prepare healthy meat suitable for visitors to prevent the spread of diseases, including the Corona pandemic, to maintain public health. The Follow-up, Inspection and Monitoring Committee also monitors and inspects the processions to curb the phenomenon of illegal and unhealthy reflux, and prepares the veterinary clinic car, the mobile veterinary laboratory and the specialized staff for examination.

   And provide preventive health instructions from hemorrhagic fever through large mobile screens near the Husseiniya processions in implementation of prevention measures and awareness of dealing with animals and slaughter in regular places among visitors.

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