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The Vietnamese tourist has been banned from visiting Australia for three years, after that they can’t explain they had to bring food into the country.
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The unnamed 45-year-old woman arrived at the airport in Sydney on a Saturday with a suitcase filled with 22 pounds of food, which included items that represented a risk for the introduction of the African swine Flu, according to the report. Almost half of the women in the case of perishable goods, allegedly to be comprised of cooked and uncooked pork.
The woman was sent back to Vietnam.
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As of September, 63 of the counties in the South-east Asian nation have been affected by an outbreak of the deadly disease. Around 4.7 million pigs have been killed in the outbreak, Reuters reported last month. This figure is currently over 5.4 million, the Food and agriculture organization of the United Nations, is confirmed.
The woman was found with 22 pounds of black foods-in her case, after landing at the airport in Sydney, Australia.
“In the midst of what is potentially the biggest animal disease event the world has seen, it beggars belief that anyone would deliberately try to bring in the pork, along our border,” Minister of Agriculture), Bridget McKenzie, said in a statement released to the BBC by the operator.
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The African swine flu spread across the south-east, Africa, Europe, and Asia, home to 60 per cent of the pig population is reported to be focused on.
“Bio-security threat is real, and it can be devastating to our national pig herd of African swine fever were to set up business in Australia,” the Ministry of Agriculture, told Yahoo Finance.
Australia has been the increase of efforts to get the swine flu from infiltrating into the country through the intensification of the inspections of mailed parcels and passenger baggage, especially on international airports. According to Yahoo Finance, the fragments of the fatal disease have been detected in about 48% of the tested seized products at the end of September.
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The African swine flu has been one of the most dangerous diseases of pigs, but it is not known to affect humans.