Sanitary requirements for export of carcasses of rodents from Canada to Japan
HA 2210 (Amended March 1, 2010)
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The establishments where the animals have been kept since birth meet the standards defined by the Minister of Health, Labour and Welfare of Japan:
- The construction of the establishments is appropriate in order to prevent the intrusion of animals from outside.
- Sanitary controls, such as disinfection, are periodically implemented.
- No outbreak of pests, rabies, monkeypox, hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome, hantavirus pulmonary syndrome, tularemia, and leptospirosis has been clinically reported in human beings and animals in the establishments for the past 12 months, and necessary measures are taken in order to prevent the outbreak of these infectious diseases.
- The data regarding the sanitary and feeding control of animals (including records of the introduction, breeding, death and shipment of animals) is recorded and kept adequately.
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