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A forum on African Swine Fever has attracted international interest as countries work on sharing information and keeping it contained. (Stephanie Ho and USDA Undersecretary Greg Ibach)
EDS: Many USDA officials are at the African Swine Fever Forum, which is hosted by the Canadian government and runs April 30 and May 1.