African Swine Fever in Germany is not limited to 1 location. The German authorities communicated the shooting of an infected wild boar 60km to the north of the first set of outbreaks. Meanwhile, the virus has also travelled north in Western Poland.
The new German case was discovered near the hamlet Bleyen, in Märkisch-Oderland district, which is close to the border with Poland and about 60km north of the already known infection zone. That included 36 infected wild boar so far, of which 28 were found in the Oder-Spree district and 9 in the Spree-Neisse district.