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Bird Flu Virus in a Dead Mallard and a Gull near Budapest, Hungary

A government spokesman said that new cases of bird flu in a dead mallard and a gull were found in two different places near Budapest, and in two dead swans// in southern Hungary. ..Previously the government has confirmed eight case of the H5N1 virus detected in swans outside Budapest. ....The mallard was found in Szentendre, a town north of Budapest, while the gull was found in Szazhalombatta,...

Hungary Develops New Bird Flu Vaccine

A newly developed bird flu vaccine would soon be launched for commercial use in Hungary following clearance by the national pharmaceutical agency //. The Prime Minister, Ferenc Gyurcsany, made the announcement. ....Hungary initiated fight against the much dreaded bird flu, last year. Vaccine trials conducted on animal and human models have yielded promising results. The bird flu vaccine is claim...

Hungry for respite: Bird-flu virus ruffles poultry in Hungary

Budapest: A highly pathogenic H5 avian flu virus has caused disturbance among Hungary's health authorities, after they discovered its presence in poultry //. The farm ministry announced that it is still not sure if the strain belongs to the lethal H5N1. ....Following the detection of the virus in a farm in southeast Hungary, habited by nearly 3000 geese, officials have ordered culling of nearly...

Bird flu Virus Among Poultry in Hungary Confirmed to be H5N1

The chief veterinarian has confirmed that the bird flu virus found in poultry in Hungary last week was the highly infectious H5N1 strain infectious to humans as well //. ....As chief veterinarian Miklos Suth said,‘This afternoon we received confirmation from the British laboratory that it was the highly pathogenic H5N1 strain of avian influenza which had infected poultry in Hungary.’ ....This i...

Fowl Fall in Hungary-Bird Flu Strikes

Bird flu has struck the European Union after a break of six months. Officials from Hungary reported the outbreak of bird flu or avian influenza// in a holding of 3000 geese, and the death of 40 geese. The remaining geese have been culled. .. Though the virus has been confirmed as the deadly H5N1 strain, samples are being sent to the EU’s laboratory in Britain. .. Stringent measures are on to c...
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