Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Korea: The discovery of influenza virus in wild birds


authorities raised in Korea, the level of control of the situation after the discovery of a type of bird flu in wild birds in some locations where migratory birds spend the winter in Korea.
The National Institute for Environmental Research he conducted tests on a sample of about 2,800 of these birds since last September, was discovered 44 cases of bird flu from.
Among those cases, found 21 cases in the establishment of sites of migratory birds including the Bay, "Chun-soo," and the mouth of the River "cloud."
The remaining 23 cases were found in the areas hit by the poultry over the past few years, including Anne Chun and San Eck.

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