Surveillance 23 March 2021

Rat and mouse - intensive surveillance

Jaclyn Pearson Biosecurity for LIFE Officer, United Kingdom

Intense surveillance: The actions required to responding to possible signs of rats or mice.

If they have breached your prevention measures and barriers, you need to detect them as soon as possible and respond accordingly.


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