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The Bird flu Hits Denmark.

In Denmark there are now confirmed reports of nine more cases of the deadly H5N1 strain of the bird flu virus in ducks, the confirmation was given// by the country's veterinary authorities, two days after nine tufted ducks were found to be H5-infected. The press reports states that the ducks were found in the South of the country in the town of Aeroeskoebing, on the island of Aeroe. ....Authorit...

Fear Of Bird Flu In Denmark: First Case Reported

The first suspected case of bird flu from the Denmark Danish capital of Copenhagen has raised fears about the possibility of a bird flu outbreak// in the region. ....According to official reports, a 25-year old man, believed to be afflicted with bird flu has been transferred to the Royal Hospital in Copenhagen from the hospital in Nykoebing on the island of Falster for further observation and ma...

Reports Of Denmark’s First Case Of Human Bird Flu Fals

The spokesman for the Imperial Hospital in Copenhagen said on Saturday, that Denmark's first suspected case of bird flu in a human has been proved false. // ....The result of an examination by specialists of a man who had been brought to the hospital during the night showed that he was not infected, the spokesman said. A 25 yr old man, was thought to be infected was transferred from a hospital i...

First Case Of H5N1 Bird Flu In Poultry In Denmark

According to reports reaching from Copenhagen, the Danish authorities on Thursday have reported the country's first case of H5N1 bird flu virus in poultry. // ....The Danish Veterinary and Food Administration have announced that the bird flu virus was detected in a private farm near the city of Kerteminde in the southern part of Denmark. They also said that around a hundred chickens, ducks and...

Suicide Bids Tripled Among Denmark Asylum Seekers Since 2001

The number of suicide attempts among asylum seekers in Denmark has proportionally tripled since 2001 in what is a "desperate cry of despair," according to a study published Thursday . ......Sixty-seven asylum seekers of the 10,797 refugees living in camps -- or 0.6 percent of the total -- tried to end their lives in 2001, according to a study by the Danish Association to Help Refugees said. ......
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