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Avian Flu News Tracker
posted by admin on 18/07/06

Monday, July 17

2:15 p.m.: Indonesian veterinarian and physician Mangku Sitepoe said chickens have been the sole source of bird-flu infections in humans in the island nation and urged the government to focus more of its efforts in poultry, the Jakarta Post reported. H5N1 has also been detected in wild birds, pigs, flies, birds and water, but none of those have been connected to human infections.

1:05 p.m.: Virginia plans to test migratory birds for bird flu, starting in August with mute swans, which are highly susceptible to the disease, the Richmond Times-Dispatch reported. Samples will be sent to a federal database by year end. Virginia's waterways are a key fall destination for migratory birds heading south for the winter.

11:10 a.m.: A bird-flu pandemic would cost the global economy an estimated $800 billion in the first year alone, WHO Assistant Director-General Margaret Chan said, according to a report from Russia's Novosti news service.

5:30 a.m.: Russia has proposed that it take the lead in coordinating bird-flu-monitoring efforts in Central Asia and Eastern Europe. The country's top epidemiologist said Russia already has a reference center for monitoring and diagnosing the disease. Gennady Onishchenko said the bird-flu situation in Russia is under complete control, but warned that a resurgence of bird flu is possible in the Altai and Novosibirsk regions of the country. Onishchenko said that new outbreaks were possible among young wild birds, which are now casting their feathers and have weak immunity against the virus.

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