In Thailand, tracking animal health to prevent human disease
Clip: 01/24/2019 | 6m 56s
Viruses like avian flu, Ebola and Marburg often fester in animals before moving into human populations. Animals in regions that are geographically remote present particular challenges for disease containment. But in Thailand, local residents are using technology, including digital scanning, to track animals and stop outbreaks before they start. Special correspondent Fred de Sam Lazaro reports.
Aired: 01/24/19Video has closed captioning.
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