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Avian Flu News Tracker
posted by admin on 14/07/06

Thursday, July 13

10:45 a.m.: Michigan officials are fanning out to 300 Chinese restaurants and Asian grocery stores in the state to try to track down poultry smuggled from H5N1-infected areas of China, the Detroit Free Press reported. Health officials stress that if cooked to an internal temperature of 165 degrees, even infected poultry are safe to eat, but state officials aren't taking any chances. In Philadelphia, officials briefly closed one live-bird market after some birds tested positive for a strain of avian flu, the AP reported; there was no sickness or death reported in the birds.

9:05 a.m.: Indonesia fired its top animal health official, an agricultural department spokesman said. Regional media reported that Sjamsul Bahri, who's held the post since September 2005, was being relieved of his duties for failing to crack down on bird flu. Indonesia currently has the second-highest human death toll from bird flu and may soon eclipse Vietnam as the country with the most H5N1 fatalities. Indonesia has been criticized for not routinely culling fowl in infected areas; the government says it doesn't have enough money to compensate farmers. See a report from Singapore's Today Online.

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