GERMANY: Nation waits for first foot and mouth outbreak
Germany's agricultural industry is on tenterhooks as the country's health officials wait anxiously to see if foot-and-mouth disease had spread to the country. Vets yesterday found sheep that showed antibodies to the ailment but had apparently not contracted the disease. Preliminary probes on the sheep that have shown foot and mooth antibodies has tested negative for the virus itself. A third and conclusive test is currently being carried out.
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