(Bloomberg) -- South Korean authorities said African swine fever was detected in two more dead wild boar near the inter-Korean border area, raising the tally to five, Yonhap News Agency reported.
The two infected carcasses were found just south of the demilitarized zone border with North Korea, the report said.
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