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Country: Republic of Korea (South Korea)

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Permit requirements

 No import permit required.

Health certificate

 Species: Live bird(s)                                                                      Destination: Republic of Korea

 1. Name and address of the government authority of the exporting country: Department of  Agriculture. 18 Marcus Clarke Street, Canberra, ACT, 2601

 2. SHIPMENT INFORMATION:

 2.1 Name of vessel or flight number:                                                    

 2.2 Place of boarding or loading:            

 2.3 Date of boarding or loading:         

 3. SANITARY INFORMATION:

 I,………………………………………….,  the undersigned, a duly authorised Government Veterinary Officer certify that:

 1. Highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) (strike out option that does not apply):

    1. Australia has been free of HPAI for at least 1 year prior to export.

      OR
       
    2. Australia has not been free of HPAI for at least one year prior to export. However, the Minister of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs of the Republic of Korea has recognised that Australia is implementing stamping-out policy effectively, and therefore the HPAI freedom period has been shortened*. Australia has been free of HPAI for at least _______________ prior to export.
      *Timeframe to be negotiated between the Republic of Korea and Australia.

 2. The boxes/containers used for transportation of the birds for export are new and have not been used previously, or have been thoroughly cleaned and disinfected prior to use with an effective disinfectant approved in Australia.

 3. During transportation within Australia from the conclusion of pre-export quarantine until export to the Republic of Korea, the birds for export were not in contact with any other poultry, day-old chicks, birds or their products with a lower health status. 

  4. During transportation within Australia, the birds were not transported through areas subject to restrictions due to avian disease and were transported in a manner to prevent contamination by pathogens of infectious or contagious poultry diseases. 
 

 5. The export flight is not scheduled to pass through any port in a country/zone not approved by the Republic of Korea and the bird has been packed for transport in a manner to prevent contamination by pathogens of infectious or contagious poultry diseases. 

 6. For commercial birds:

    a)  The commercial birds are exported to the Republic of Korea by freight using a shipping company, air shipping company or road transportation company.

     b) The birds were hatched and raised in Australia or have resided in Australia for at least the last 30 days.  

    c) The birds have been isolated for the past 21 days (or since hatching) in a government approved facility. The birds were examined by a Government Veterinary Officer within 72 hours of export and were found to be free of any clnical signs of infectious or contagious disease.

    Name and address of pre-export quarantine facility: ­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­ .......................................................­­........
    ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………

 7. For pet birds:
 

    a) The pet birds are non-commercial live birds that are accompanied by the importer*.
    *Pet birds must travel on the same flight to the Republic of Korea and pass quarantine with the owner.
     

    b) The birds were examined by a Government Veterinary Officer within 72 hours of export and were found free of any clinical signs of infectious or contagious disease.

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Last updated: 3/07/2022 11:16 PMCreated: 15/01/2015 12:35 PM