posted on Oct, 24 2004 @ 05:07 PM
EU authorities are searching for several nationalities who might have been exposed to the flu virus. A Thai man tried to smuggle two eagles into
Belgium. The eagles were bird flu-infected.
EUROPEAN Union authorities launched an alert today to find airline passengers who travelled on flights with a Thai man who tried to smuggle two bird
flu-infected eagles into Belgium.
The EU's executive arm launched its alert following confirmation yesterday that the two Mountain Hawk Eagles were infected with avian influenza, which
has hit six Asian nations, killing at least 30 people in Thailand and Vietnam.
The European Commission said it had received a request from Belgian authorities "to assist them in their search for flight passengers of different
nationalities who might have been exposed to the flu virus".
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They say passengers“lists are available for the two flights concerned (Bangkok-Vienna and Vienna-Brussels), but the address details of the passengers
Extremely dangerous since they could also spread the bird flu to others who might be flying all over the world.