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"The Indian industry has suffered huge losses. While the market has been practically restored with prices at normal levels, it will take one to two years for the industry to recoup losses," said Pawar.

Health Minister Anbumani Ramadoss said the preparedness and surveillance mechanism put in place in India over one and a half years before the outbreak in February this year had helped to reduce the adverse impact and contained the disease to one region.

"It has been decided to coordinate and collaborate in research and development and exchange of information to improve the preparedness to combat possible pandemics," he said.

The health minister pointed out that while the global health organisations have projected a requirement of $882 million for reasonable level of preparedness, the current gap in fund mobilisation was 65 percent.

WHO Regional Director for the South-East Asia Region Samlee Plianbangchang said the H5N1 strain of avian flu virus had crossed over the species barriers and already infected humans in 10 countries. So far 231 human cases of avian influenza have been reported with 133 or over 50 percent of them being fatal cases.

On the avian flu vaccine developed by the Indian Council for Agricultural Research (ICAR) for an indigenous strain of the disease, Pawar said: "Prior to commercialisation of the vaccine in tie-up with some private company, we need to conduct more field trials. This may require two to three months."

Limited field trials conducted by a Bhopal-based high security lab under ICAR have shown encouraging results, the minister said.

(Source: IANS)
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