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NAIA Customs on the lookout for virus-tainted poultry products

Bureau of Customs at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) are on alert against possible entry of poultry products from Brazil following a ban order by the Department of Agriculture.

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NAIA Customs District Collector Carmelita M. Talusan said the ban was issued after shipments of chicken wings from Latin American countries were found positive of COVID-19.
In furtherance with the standing order of Commissioner Rey Leonardo B. Guerrero to strengthen border control in all ports amidst continuing threats of COVID-19 virus, BOC-NAIA personnel are committed 24/7 to guard the country’s primary airport and its warehouses against attempts to import poultry products from Brazil in compliance to the latest advisory.
Since January of this year, Port of NAIA has confiscated a total of 775.6 kgs of meat products without permits which arrived from countries with cases of African swine fever.
We will continue to strengthen vigilance against entry of illegal goods and importations that pose health risks and will ensure safeguards to protect Filipino consumers, Talusan added.

Source: Manila Bulletin (

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