Animal sterilization program to be over by June 15

The Government has allocated MNT 756.6 million for sterilization of animals. The National Emergency Commission met yesterday to review measures being followed to ensure that there is no further loss of animals, after 8.1 million of them died in the dzud. The livestock census last December put the number of herders’ animals at around 40 million.

The UNDP Representative Office has spent MNT 2.1 billion so far on sterilization in Dundgovi, Uvurkhangai and Khovd aimags. The program is expected to be finished by June 15.

With temperatures rising, enteroviral infections are also up, with 1183 cases registered until June 1, 626 of them in Ulaanbaatar. Almost all the infected are under 14. The Commission decided to run an advertising campaign on protective measures to be followed.



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