Slovakia has reported an outbreak of the highly pathogenic H5N1 avian influenza virus in domesticated poultry, the Paris-based World Organization for Animal Health (OIE) said Tuesday (23/11).
The reported case follows several outbreaks of dangerous poultry farming areas in Europe and Asia in recent weeks, a sign that the virus is spreading again rapidly.
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“The virus was detected in 14 domesticated birds in Dunajska Streda, southeast of Bratislava,” the OIE said, citing Slovak authorities.
Launching from Reuters, The Netherlands in October ordered commercial breeders to confine all their livestock after a case of bird flu was reported from a farm.
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France also extended a rule that requires the storage of poultry in a closed room early this November.
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