March 29 Flu UpdateCIDRAP on two more suspected cases in Indonesia, and confirmation of the death in China. No known contact with sick chickens is reported, though it sounds like they are working on inventing one. (Did I say that?)
WHO's update from China.
ProMed on Indonesia and China.
Vietnam is concerned about the return of the bird flu, and is looking to vaccinate 90% of its poultry.
Kuwait has culled 1.1 million birds.
Officials in Egypt seem to be happy with the flu response: they are reporting progress on survival rates.
The border between India and Bangladesh is on high alert.
The Health Minister from Brunei attended bird flu meetings in Jakarta.
In Paris, World Travel and Tourism officials met to hear from David Nabarro on bird flu. (Nabarro has uncharacteristically failed to make headlines with this visit).
Birdlife International says it is trade, not migration.
CIDRAP on the study of high-dose Tamiflu.
Baxter says its vaccine studies are "promising."
They are making plans to fight bird flu in Belize.