April 14 Flu UpdateThe first avian outbreak in Algeria has been reported.
This report says a girl died of bird flu in Cambodia on April 5. I believe we reported this earlier, but it is from UPI, which makes me wonder.
This news appears to be fresh--there are new bird outbreaks in Cambodia.
Nigeria emphasizes that there are no new human cases of flu.
In Edmonton, farmers are urged to keep their fowl from drinking water that might have been contaminated by wild geese, etc.
In India, a monitoring committee has been formed to check the bird flu there.
Effect Measure looks at some research that shows that current measures to prevent bird flu from spreading from farm to farm may be insufficient, and that this would be a catastrophe even if the disease never went H2H.
The foreign minister from Laos is in Thailand to talk bird flu, among other things.
The Health Minister in Suriname has issued warnings about the bird flu.
More from Australia on the study that calls out the Tamiflu resistant nature of Influenza B--and that the resistant virus is H2H.