(a) Any area where birds or poultry infected with Newcastle disease are located will
be designated as a quarantined area. A quarantined area is any geographical area, which may be a premises or all or part
of a State, deemed by epidemiological evaluation to be sufficient to contain all birds
or poultry known to be infected with or exposed to Newcastle disease. Less than an entire State will be designated as a quarantined area only if the State
enforces restrictions on intrastate movements from the quarantined area that are at
least as stringent as this subpart.
(b) Any area designated as a quarantined area because of Newcastle disease will remain
designated as a quarantined area until all of the requirements of § 82.14 have been met.
(c) The following areas are quarantined because of Newcastle disease: There are no areas
in the United States quarantined because of Newcastle disease.
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