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Avian influenza - European Commission

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The virus was then identified in wild birds, poultry farms and or captive bird holdings (e.g. in zoos) in 19 Member States: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Poland, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Romania, and the United...

The number of visitors to the Košice region keeps increasing ...

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In the year-to-year comparison, the UNESCO caves, ferrata of Kyseľ and sailing down the river Hornád in the Slovak Paradise keep end up, but this also holds true for the ...The number of visitors was for almost 2 months affected by the bird flu in the beginning of the season, in April it was especially affected by bad weather.

Bird flu will continue to flare into 2017 | DW Environment | DW ...

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Jan 3, 2017 ...The outbreak of avian flu that decimated farmed and wild birds around the world and in Germany in 2016 doesn't show signs of letting up in 2017. ...While there is no definitive conclusion, for Brunner it is hard to believe an ill bird would be able to fly the long distances on migratory routes - yet a chicken put...

Informative da Promed

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AVIAN INFLUENZA (44): SLOVAKIA, H5N8, POULTRY, WILD BIRDS. he number of confirmed cases of bird flu in Slovakia keeps increasing. Since late December [ 2016] the State Veterinary and Food Administration (SVPS) has registered 7 outbreaks of avian flu at local poultry farms and the number of outbreaks of the...

H5N1 avian influenza: Timeline of major events

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Jan 25, 2012 ...infection with this virus. Feb 2003. Two human cases of avian influenza. H5N1 infection (one fatal) are confirmed in a Hong Kong family with a recent travel history to Fujian Province, China. A third family member died of severe respiratory disease while in mainland. China, but no samples were taken.

Flu News Europe | Home

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Since week 40/2017, a relatively low number of influenza viruses have been detected in sentinel and non-sentinel specimens. From sentinel sources, a slightly higher proportion of type B viruses compared to type A viruses has been detected. Approximately ...Influenza intensity, spread and dominant virus type/ subtype...

Secret of the 1918 Spanish flu epidemic uncovered | Daily Mail Online

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Apr 29, 2014 ...Arizona researchers say exposure to an earlier strain left people vulnerable when the virus mutated with bird flu (pictured) to form the pandemic ...The deadly flu virus attacked more than one-third of the world's population, and within months had killed more than 50 million people – three times as many as...

Bird flu (avian influenza) factsheet | Viva!

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The dramatic growth of farmed poultry production in recent decades has also led to increased density of flocks and subsequent close contact with faeces, allowing ...No. Dr Perry Kendall, chief medical officer for British Columbia, Canada, said that the province's H7N3 bird flu outbreak in 2004 showed the chickens kept...

Avian flu - concerns to human health

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Jun 1, 2015 ...WHO is particularly concerned about the recent rapid increase in human H5N1 cases in. Egypt and the ...H5N8 – the new highly pathogenic strain of the avian flu virus found in Member States – enquiring ....in Europe, many families in poorer countries of the world keep small flocks of backyard poultry.

International Health Alerts | Travel Health Alerts

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In tropical Asia, influenza activity began to decline in India but continued to decrease in southern China and Hong Kong SAR. ...WHO also notes, the number of yellow fever cases has increased over the past two decades due to declining population immunity to infection, deforestation, urbanization, population movements...

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