"The premises remains under restriction pending the outcome of official tests" - Defra.
A temporary disease control zone has been declared in West Norfolk following a suspected case of foot-and-mouth disease (FMDV).
The temporary 10km control zone was placed around premises near Feltwell, Kings Lynn, on Thursday (June 23).
It orders that no animal is moved into or out of the control zone, 'except where the movement is necessary to complete a journey started before the creation of the zone'.
Defra said in a statement: “Following suspicion of vesicular disease in pigs, and as a precaution to prevent the spread of disease, a 10 km Temporary Control Zone has been declared around a premises Near Feltwell, Kings Lynn and West Norfolk, Norfolk.
“The premises remains under restriction pending the outcome of official tests.”
FMDV is a notifiable disease of cloven-hoofed animals, including cattle, sheep and pigs. It is highly infectious, spread through direct contact with an infected animal or indirectly through equipment, vehicles and clothing.
The last outbreak of FMDV in Great Britain was in 2007.
Full details of the restrictions are available at gov.uk