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Avian Flu News Tracker
posted by admin on 07/08/06

Sunday, August 6

12 p.m.: The Journal's Nicholas Zamiska reports: The World Health Organization said it will make sequences of the bird flu virus from Indonesia public after the country's health minister agreed late last week to their release amid a chorus of calls from scientists for greater transparency. More.

Saturday, August 5

3 p.m.: A 27-year-old man has died of bird flu, making him the second person killed this year by the disease in Thailand, a health ministry official said. Dr. Thawat Suntrajarn, chief of the Department of Communicable Disease Control, only could say the man came from Uthai Thani province in the country's north. He could not say when the man died or how he contracted the deadly virus.

12 a.m.: Vietnam's animal health workers killed 53 wild storks at a theme park in Ho Chi Minh City after random tests showed two of the birds carried an avian influenza virus strain, officials said on Saturday.

Friday, August 4

7:45 a.m.: A dead swan at a zoo in eastern Germany has tested positive for the lethal H5N1 strain of bird flu, an official said -- the first case reported in the country in nearly three months. The bird was found dead in a pond at the Dresden zoo on Monday, said Juergen Vogels, a spokesman for the Health Ministry in the eastern state of Saxony. A federal lab confirmed on Thursday that the swan had H5N1 -- the first case it has found since May 12.

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