January 2 Flu UpdateProMed with this: a report that there are four human cases in Vietnam. Note mod comment...it is hard to tell if these are the same four people from last week, or new cases, however, it is an official report of H5N1.
ProMed: more avian outbreaks in Vietnam.
More Vietnam. Further spread is expected.
Local report says flu is "raging" in Mekong Delta.
Cornell University announces the results of a study that says bird flu is unlikely to spread in water treatment or wastewater systems.
Missouri radio story reminds people there that bird flu is quiet, not gone.
The Thai Health Department has warned people that bird flu is still a problem.
ProMed holds up two countries fighting bird smuggling as examples of how to work against the spread of H5N1.
Southwestern Nova Scotia has revised its bird flu plans, and continues to monitor the situation.
Press Release describes the "Replikin Count" as a way of, I guess, quantifying the H5N1 virus.
The World Bank has allocated $28M to the bird flu fight.