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Hong Kong government acknowledges it will accept the localization of avian influenza in Korea, not the country itself
Markets Insider
SEOUL, South Korea, Nov. 29, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Hong Kong authorities have approved localization of the highly pathogenic avian influenza virus (AI) in Korea. Even if a highly pathogenic AI occurs in Korea, products manufactured in areas, beyond the ...


USA TODAY

Winter Olympics: Bird flu scare in South Korea latest concern
USA TODAY
TOKYO — Local governments in South Korea have called on operators of farms close to venues that are to be used in February's Winter Olympic Games to ...
South Korean Winter Olympics Organizers Concerned Over Bird Flu ScareSports Illustrated

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Deutsche Welle

Bird flu scare latest to rattle South Korea's Winter Olympics
Deutsche Welle
The H5 strain of the highly pathogenic avian influenza virus - commonly known as "bird flu" - is common in bird populations but has also made the jump to humans. In July 2013, the World Health Organization (WHO) said it had confirmed 630 cases in ...

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Independent Online

Avian flu takes toll on egg prices | Cape Times - IOL
Independent Online
Consumers are starting to feel the pinch of shortages caused by the outbreak of avian influenza in the province.
Western Cape Set to Get Poultry Sector Going Again - The Poultry SiteThePoultrySite.com

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CIDRAP

H5N6 avian flu reassortant found in recent Korean outbreak
CIDRAP
South Korean government officials today announced tests on the highly pathogenic H5N6 avian flu virus found in a recent outbreak in North Jeolla province is a new reassortant and not the version that has sparked earlier outbreaks in Asian countries and ...


Adelphi Students Expand Disaster Preparedness Program
WSHU
On Long Island, Adelphi University students will expand a program to translate and distribute disaster preparedness plans. Last year, Adelphi University partnered with the Town of North Hempstead to translate disaster prep guides into Spanish, Korean, ...


FG Insight

Free-range derogation period extended for bird flu infected flocks ...
FG Insight
Poultry keepers who produce free-range eggs have been granted permission to keep their hens indoors for up to 16 weeks and still receive free-range status - if ...
Plans in place for future bird flu outbreaks | Cape Argus - IOLIndependent Online
PoultryWorld - Preparing for the next flu seasonPoultry World
Western Cape set to get poultry sector going again - BizcommunityBizcommunity.com

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Independent Online

Plans in place for future bird flu outbreaks
Independent Online
Cape Town - The Western Cape Economic Opportunities Department is currently exploring risk management plans to deal with possible future outbreaks of avian flu. There are currently 68 confirmed cases of Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza (HPAI) in the ...
Free-range derogation period extended for bird flu infected flocksFG Insight
Preparing for the next flu seasonPoultry World
Western Cape set to get poultry sector going againBizcommunity.com

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The Korea Herald

Reassortment of bird flu virus detected in Korea - The Korea Herald
The Korea Herald
The latest bird flu outbreak in South Korea is presumed to be a new type of avian influenza strain that is a reassortment of highly pathogenic strains that spread ...

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The Korea Herald

Reassortment of bird flu virus detected in Korea - The Korea Herald
The Korea Herald
The latest bird flu outbreak in South Korea is presumed to be a new type of avian influenza strain that is a reassortment of highly pathogenic strains that spread ...

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Innovators Magazine

Cloud tech used to prevent pandemics
Innovators Magazine
Fusion Genomics pioneers DNA tech that is designed to detect impending threats, like swine flu and SARS. The company gathers aerosol samples from areas at risk, analyses them, and passes the information to government agencies and hospitals so they ...


Fin24

Bird flu: W Cape set to get poultry sector going again
Fin24
“This was the first time our industry was hit by highly pathogenic avian influenza. The industry is already looking at risk management lessons that can be learnt from this outbreak,” he said. In September one of SA's largest food producers, RCL Foods ...

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UFU urges vigilance on Avian influenza
Farming Life
The Ulster Farmers' Union is urging poultry farmers to be vigilant in light of continued outbreaks of Avian influenza on continental Europe, mainly in Italy, Bulgaria and Germany. It follows a briefing with DAERA and the poultry sector on the current ...


The Sunday Times Sri Lanka

Experts scrutinise Lanka's disaster preparedness
The Sunday Times Sri Lanka
With world scientists warning of more and bigger earthquakes next year in South Asia and elsewhere owing to the variations in the earth's rotation, Sri Lanka's disaster preparedness and inadequacies were discussed at a timely symposium in Colombo on ...


Insidethegames.biz (blog)

Farmers urged to cull poultry in bid to prevent Pyeongchang 2018 bird flu outbreak
Insidethegames.biz (blog)
... avian flu did break out during the Olympics. The same unnamed officials also claimed an outbreak would make athletes "rethink" their participation at the Games. The Government raised the avian influenza alert to its highest possible level earlier ...

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FarmingUK

UK poultry farmers urged to be vigilant as bird flu grips Europe
FarmingUK
UK poultry farmers have been urged to be vigilant in light of continued outbreaks of avian influenza on continental Europe, mainly in Italy, Bulgaria and Germany. Germany has reported an outbreak of low pathogenic H5N2 bird flu on a farm in the Lower ...


Belfast Telegraph

Union warns farmers over bird flu risk
Belfast Telegraph
The Ulster Farmers' Union (UFU) is urging poultry farmers to be vigilant in light of continued outbreaks of bird flu on continental Europe, mainly in Italy, Bulgaria and Germany. It follows a briefing with the Department of Agriculture, Environment and ...


Germany reports outbreak of mild bird flu on farm: OIE - Reuters
Reuters
Germany has reported an outbreak of low pathogenic H5N2 bird flu on a farm in the Lower Saxony region in the north of the country, the Paris-based World ...

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Agriland

Northern flock owners urged to be vigilant as avian influenza spreads
Agriland
Poultry farmers are urged to be vigilant as outbreaks of bird flu continue to be reported in continental Europe. It follows a briefing with the Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs (DAERA) and the poultry sector on the current ...


Eyewitness News

Shoprite Checkers: WC drought, Avian Flu will not affect chicken, egg supply
Eyewitness News
The Western Cape's food industry has been hit hard this year with the ongoing drought and the outbreak of bird flu. Avian flu has had a massive impact on the poultry sector due to the death of more than two million birds. Deputy General Manager for ...

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