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Eid al-Adha: Ministry of Environment calls for avoiding random slaughter in the streets

The Ministry of Environment called Today, Thursday, on citizens to avoid random slaughter in the streets and in front of homes, buildings and public places.

A ministry statement indicated that random slaughter in the streets and in front of homes, buildings and public places leads to environment pollution and meat pollution due to dust, soil and disease vectors, which constitutes a fertile environment for about 300 diseases that spread throughout the year.

The Ministry of Environment called for precautions to be taken to avoid the risk of animal to human communicable diseases in livestock markets, farms and animal gatherings, especially with the high temperature, where it is recommended to wear healthy gloves, masks and protective glasses, the thorough washing of hands with soap and water after touching the sacrifice animal and avoid direct contact with it.

The statement also stressed the importance of slaughtering sacrifice animals in approved slaughterhouses and subject them to veterinary supervision to ensure that the animal is examined before and after slaughter and its suitability for human consumption.

The same source added that randomly throwing the sacrifice animal waste will pollute the environment and harm the cleaners, who are forced to work overtime on the day of Eid.

In the same context, the ministry recommended respecting the time of waste collection during the holidays and cooperating with cleaning agents.

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