That is what a statement released by the press service of Crimea’s Prosecutor’s Office says.
“Natalya Poklonskaya, Crimea’s Prosecutor General, forwarded a letter to Crimea’s Veterinary Committee and Rosselhoznadzor branch demanding that repeat testing for swine flu be conducted in the village of Aromatnoye of the Belogorsky district. The decision has been necessitated by multiple complaints about conflicting swine flu lab tests received from the villagers,” reports the press service.
The samples collected in the village will be sent for testing to Russia’s Research Institute for Veterinary Virus Study and Microbiology.
It was reported earlier that Crimea’s occupation administration imposed quarantine all over the peninsula due to a swine flu outbreak.
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