Thursday, May 2, 2013

The Vietnamese feared bird flu in China


 Vietnam has recently banned the consumption of poultry products from China in the most populous country in the world is to cope with the H7N9 virus.domestic government emergency officials asked local , especially in the northern border province, and control the trade in poultry imports from China. 6 people have died and 15 others fell ill and the H7N9 virus outbreak in the neighboring country to the north.

Ms. Nguyen Thi Ngoc Bich, a resident in Hanoi, Vietnam told VOA English that she fears the deadly virus spread from China to Vietnam. Mrs. Cliff said: "Public information is also given so much, daily remind people to be aware quarantine issues. But very few people noticed. Every day in the newspapers, on TV, reporting how many chickens, many things from the border into Vietnam. Fearing that most Chinese goods.How many deaths already. " Recently, the World Health Organization (WHO) says there is no evidence that the new H7N9 strain of bird flu was discovered in China transmitted from person to person. But Mr. Michael O'Leary, WHO's representative in China, said should not panic because this latest outbreak. He also said that the World Health Organisation is closely monitoring the situation of the disease in China . Nevertheless, she said the family Bich she did not dare to eat poultry products. "Currently avian influenza is widespread in Vietnam, and also prevent people very much. My family absolutely do not eat chicken.Now, only eating home alone feed. Vegetables including pigs and chickens, the family also had to increase production and to eat it. " Vietnamese press recently has published many articles on influenza situation in China as well as instructions on how to room people against disease. domestic media quoted the Ministry of Health officials said the risk of H7N9 flu occurred in Vietnam 'is huge'. However, no cases have been detected in Vietnam.   than 10 years ago, an outbreak of avian influenza in Asia, including Vietnam, have killed more than 300 people.

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