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AVIAN INFLUENZA: GERMANY (BRANDENBURG), POULTRY, SUSPECTED, REQUEST FOR INFORMATION Update: 2/19/2013 11:16:51 AM (GMT+7)

Date: Fri 15 Feb 2013 Source: Reuters [edited]

German authorities said a case of H5N1 bird flu had been discovered
during initial tests on a poultry farm in the eastern state of
Brandenburg. The case was discovered in a duck farm, which was
carrying out its own tests, the Brandenburg state agriculture ministry
said on Friday [15 Feb 2013].

The H5N1 virus mainly affects birds but occasionally jumps to people.
Experts fear it may mutate into a form that could spread easily among
humans, who have no natural immunity against it.

The initial finding was confirmed by a state laboratory, and final
tests are currently being carried out, the state ministry said. The
farm has been sealed off, and its poultry will be culled, the
statement said. The cause is unknown, and an investigation has begun.

Bird flu is currently present in Asian countries including China,
Cambodia and Indonesia. It has also been reported in wild birds in
parts of Europe.

On 29 Jan 2013, the United Nations' Food and Agriculture Organisation
(FAO) said governments must not allow financial constraints caused by
the current global economic crisis to stop them from keeping their
guard up against the spread of bird flu.
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