The consequences of a declaration that premises are an 'infected place' vary according to the disease1.
Typically, once the appropriate authority is notified of the existence, or suspected existence, of certain diseases, the area becomes subject to certain restrictions2.
Movement and activity in infected places are typically governed by rules, which vary according to the disease. Commonly appearing rules regulate (or prohibit) the movement of animals save under licence; the removal of carcases, fodder, litter, dung or other things save under licence or with permission; and the removal of milk or other products without permission. They may require premises and vehicles
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