Saturday, July 22, 2006

July 22 Flu Update

World Headquarters safely relocated, we are back.

Two new human cases are suspected in Uttaradit, Thailand.

A 67-year-old man and his 35-year-old son-in-law were recently admitted to Uttaradit Provincial Hospital. They had developed symptoms similar to those caused by the bird-flu virus after eating spotted doves, said Dr Boonrieng Chuchaisaengrat, head of the provincial health office.
China says the bird flu killed more than 3,000 birds in Aksu, and 357,000 birds were culled there to contain an outbreak.

It appears the bird flu in Bulgaria is not H5N1.

US Senators are critical of USDA plans for voluntary testing of poultry flocks for flu.

Effect Measure notes that this places the US behind Indonesia.

The 44 year old man who died of bird flu July 12 put Indonesia in the lead for bird flu.

Blame game continues in Indonesia. VP says it is all the fault of local government.

Singapore has completed its first comprehensive flu exercise.

They also completed an exercise in Evansville, IN, to much success.


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