IRAN - Two new outbreaks of lumpy skin disease have been reported in dairy cows.
The outbreaks were reported in two villages in the west of the country.
In total, six cases were reported.
The source of the outbreak is thought to be due to the usual vectors and the ilegal movement of animals.
This is the first time that lumpy skin disease has been identified in Iran.
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