06/03/1970 UK announces "indefinit ban" on import of pets
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The British Government announced an indefinite ban on the importation of pets. The ban was supposed to last until Britain's policy on rabies was examined thoroughly by committee. This followed an outbreak of rabies in Newmarket. All dogs and cats had to stay in quarantine for an extended amount of time.
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