Foot and Mouth Disease is still not contained in the Kavango East and Kavango West regions as new cases continue to be detected. Nampa reports that this was revealed by a veterinarian official in the Ministry of Agriculture, Water and Land Reform responsible for the north and north-eastern regions on Monday. Dr. Kenneth Shoombe told reporters the Directorate of Veterinary Services was thought to have contained the outbreak, but new cases are still being discovered. The FMD outbreak was first detected on 28 September 2020 at Hoha village in Ndiyona. Meanwhile, in order to mitigate and control the spread of the disease, Shoombe said they are busy with vaccinations in high-risk areas coupled with continuous surveillance.