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Avian Flu News Tracker
posted by admin on 02/08/06

Tuesday, August 1

2:45 a.m.: Hundreds of dead chickens found in Bali, Indonesia, have tested positive for the H5N1 strain of bird flu, an animal health official said. Around 300 birds died of the virus over the past week.

Monday, July 31

5 p.m.: A new study from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention suggests that it might be more difficult for the current deadly avian-flu virus to spark a pandemic than originally feared. In the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, CDC scientists concluded that one of two main paths the H5N1 virus could take to adapt itself to humans -- mixing genes with a common human-flu virus -- isn't likely easily to form a lethal superbug that jumps from one human to another. More.

10:45 a.m.: Thailand's health minister told officials to work "24 hours a day" to fight bird flu, as the country scrambled to cope with an unexpected resurgence of the deadly virus. Pinij Jarusombat visited the northeastern province of Nakhon Phanom to review control measures with the governor and health officials.
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8:30 a.m.: Tyson Foods reported a wider-than-expected loss in the third quarter. The world's largest meat processor, which has embarked on a $200 million cost savings plan, blamed the oversupply of meat on the market, as the industry continues to face falling demand partly because of persistent fears over avian flu.

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