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Miyazaki agricultural official Masuhiro Nozaki says five dead birds on the farm were confirmed infected with the H5 strain of bird flu late Sunday. Nozaki said more tests were under way to determine whether it was the virulent H5N1 subtype.
Nozaki said Monday that Japan will send some 170 ground troops to Miyazaki to help local authorities contain the spread of bird flu. Cars driving in and out of the area were being disinfected and the movement of chickens and eggs from farms in the area was banned.
You say Bird Flu is back but did it realy go in the first place?
all these H N viruses that are around i personaly think that the have been produced in labs for industry control.
I.e. if you are a major exporter of lets say beef cattle and another player comes into the market that can under cut your prices. would you not do everything in your power to try and stop them from doing it.
Good thread and thanks for the info