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Yes, wash your shoes at the airport – but we can do more to stop foot-and-mouth disease ravaging Australia

By Susan Hester, Associate Professor, University of New England
Aaron Dodd, Research Fellow - Biosecurity, The University of Melbourne
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Passengers arriving in Australia from Indonesia will be directed to wash their shoes after the federal government ramped up efforts to prevent foot-and-mouth disease entering the country.

But effective biosecurity involves more than just what happens at the airport. Australia operates one of the most comprehensiveThe Conversation

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