UK: Negative tests for FMD in France, Denmark and Belgium as the virus remains under control in the UK
With the foot and mouth crisis entering its third week there is renewed hope that the worst effects of the agriculture disaster have now subsided. Tests on livestock suspected of carrying foot and mouth disease in France, Denmark and Belgium proved negative on Monday, meaning no cases of the disease have yet been confirmed in live animals on continental Europe.
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