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Northeast States Sound Bird Flu Alert

...d Veterinary Department Monday. A total of 1,863 fowls have died of the virus with 37,883 culled since the outbreak of the virus in February, the statement said....

China Confirms New Human Bird Flu Case

...r of Fujian, ordered compulsory inoculation of all fowls to prevent an outbreak of the epidemic. He asked the health, stock-raising and forestry authorities at all levels to be on high alert and monitor the situation closely. Li, a 44-year-old farmer in Jian'ou city, developed symptoms of fever, cough an...

A Rehearsal To Deal With Possible Bird Flu Outbreak Conducted In Vietnam

...assumed some of them contacted the virus from dead fowls 5 days before. The situation was specifically designed to treat bird flu patients, deal with the outbreaks, and also carry out preventive measures. Vietnam has so far witnessed 93 bird flu cases, including 42 fatalities, in 32 localities since 20...

Egypt reports fresh bird flu infection

...y H5N1 strain of the bird flu virus among domestic fowls has been discovered in Egypt, the official news// agency MENA reported Saturday. The Health Ministry said that new infection was discovered in Luxor, some 680 km south of Cairo. Tests on domestic birds at the city's Najaa al-Abayda Lab turned up po...

New human H5N1 bird flu case in Indonesia

...ss in a big, densely populated country where a few fowls in the back yard is common. Since 2003, bird flu has claimed 148 lives globally. GYT...

Culling of 2,000 fowls in Indonesia

... on 27th and 28th August. Previously, around 3,528 fowls were killed. Totally, 5,528 birds would have been ...that after the depopulation, vaccination of 70,000 fowls would be done. There are plans for vaccinating 3,00,000 fowls in Garut. The count of human beings ...

Thailand May Seek Help Of Pharmacies For Screening Bird Flu

...d poultry or live in areas where a large number of fowls died of unknown causes, the pharmacists will recommend the patients to meet the doctor immediately," he said. He also added that the drugstores were in a good position to help out since many unwell people self-prescribe. "A lot of people catch the ...

Screening of bird flu patients by pharmacies in Thailand

...d poultry or live in areas where a large number of fowls died of unknown causes, the pharmacists will recommend the patients to meet the doctor immediately," he said. “One reason for the increasing number of patients who are being included in the bird flu watchlist each day is because the country is ente...

Australia Ready to Meet the Challenges of Bird Flu

...g Australia. But Gardner Murray said that water fowls which are responsible for transmitting the disease do not normally migrate to Australia. Hence the risk of migratory birds introducing the H5N1 strain of avian influenza into Australia is substantially less than for most other countries. On the o...

Nigerian Farmers To Import Bird Flu Vaccine From Israel

...e states, worst hit by the infection where 102,000 fowls have been infected, based on reports of Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development. Massive culling of 48, 000 birds in other regions (Katsina, Kaduna, Zamfara, Bauchi and Plateau) have been taken up in an attempt to contain spread of the...

Bird Flu in Southern Russia

.../ . The avian flu in Russia was detected in wild fowls and migratory birds. It was detected in six Russian regions of the Republics of Kabardino-Balkaria, Dagestan, Chechnya, Kalmykia, Krasnodar and Stavropol Territories. This was a confirmed report as the reports were given by well trained official...

New Bird Flu Cases In Germany Prompts Massive Culling Of Poultry

...ollection of carcasses. Recently, nearly 12 dead fowls have been found to harbor the deadly virus. The Institute for Animal Health in Riems had identified about 18 dead swans and 3 geese, which the officials believe, could be responsible for the spread of bird flu from Russia. The whooper swans (migrator...

India should increase precautionary measures against Bird flu

...ds like wild duck and fowl as these wild ducks and fowls are natural reservoirs of avian flu and unlike chicken, they don't die of it and when these birds come in contact with domestic chicken, they spread the virus. The Animal Disease Laboratory is testing diseases among animals and has confirmed that not...

Bird Flu: India faces threat from China this winter

...n flu virus this winter.// "These wild ducks and fowls are natural reservoirs of avian flu and unlike chicken, they don't die of it. When these birds come in contact with domestic chicken, they spread the virus," said Mr.V.S. Chauhan, Director of International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechno...

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