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African Swine Fever: Where it Exists and What’s at Stake - Shared screen with speaker view
Awilda Calderon
38:24
Good afternoon. And thank you for the invite.
Gary Flory
38:50
Good afternoon Jack.
Barb Porter-Spalding
39:09
Hey Dr. Fernandez! great to 'see' you! thanks for helping out on these webinars!!
Maristela Brito Vicente
39:27
Boa tarde.. Maristela Brito Vicente. INDEA MT. Cuiabá Mat Grosso.
Dr. Jack Shere
51:45
Hello Gary. How are you?>
Gary Flory
54:02
I'm doing great. Adjusting to a more virtual world but finally doing some in-person training and research in the US. Working as ASF issues in Vietnam, the Philippines, the Dominican Republic, and Lithuania.
Dr. Jack Shere
54:49
good for you.
Dr. Jack Shere
55:00
Good for you!!!
Jacob Vuillemin
01:07:41
With ASF endemic in Sardinia, how has Italy continued shipping pork to countries like China? Do they have some kind of agreement or special status for that Island?
Ola Nayyef
01:13:38
omg this is gross!!!!
Carol Ehlers
01:22:13
How is the southern boarder being monitored like what is happening at airports concerning banned pork being brought through Mexico-? What do we know? Who is in charge? How do we know that our government services get how very very very serious this situation is? What policies and/or laws are in place to protect our industry from smugglers of pork products that are to be banned?
Dwight Keller
01:26:33
Dr. Webb, what % of swine movements are international and what % is interstate?
Mark Tengowski
01:33:45
We made a vaccine for COVID-19 in ~120 days. Why is the industry so slow to develop a p72 capsid protein (or other protein of interest for protective Ab formation). Is this financial rather than scientific?
Adrian Zorrilla Roman
01:34:23
How probable in your opinion is que the us gets an ASF outbreak in mainland, and how probable in puerto rico?
Thomas Overbay
01:35:02
The presentations were quite good. It was noted that the sessions are being recorded. Are the presentations available for download and, if so, how is that achieved?
Gay Miller
01:37:42
There was news I saw that said China believes that ASF will be permanently endemic there. Given what you all may know about the circumstances in China, do you think this is the likely case?
Kristina McElroy
01:38:14
I appreciate having the private public presenters today. Thank you for hosting this USDA.
Eilyn Fabregas
01:39:50
What steps are being taken to prevent possible spread of ASF from DR into neighboring islands like Puerto Rico? There's illegal incursion of foreign nationals from DR into PR and these may bring possible contaminated materials into PR with terrible consequences to the pig industry in PR and possibly mainland.
Dwight Keller
01:45:08
International imports and international exports of live pigs, not just exports.
Kristina McElroy
01:57:40
better safe than sorry
Hallie Zimmers
02:05:15
www.aphis.usda.gov
Kavishti Kokaram
02:06:46
https://www.cfsph.iastate.edu/ - excellent resource
Timothy Snider
02:07:09
Thanks. Excellent webinar.
Dudley Hoskins
02:07:30
Thanks so much Dr. Shere, Hallie and Team USDA!
Lisa Doerr
02:07:45
Thanks so much!
Jade Fessler
02:07:51
Thank you all!
Awilda Calderon
02:07:55
Thank you