New Welsh group to tackle antimicrobial resistance in animals

  21 May 2019

A new initiative to prevent antibiotic resistance to bacteria in animals and its spread in the environment has been set up in Wales.

Minister for Environment, Energy and Rural Affairs, Lesley Griffiths announced that the Animal and Environment Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) Delivery Group for Wales held its first meeting on Monday (May 13).

The group will aim to prevent and control infectious diseases in animals and ensure antibiotics are used responsibly in Wales.

It will also put together an implementation plan and put it into action over the next five years alongside public health counterparts in Wales.

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