April 4 Flu UpdateWell, shows what I know. The four Bangladeshi who were suspected of having bird flu are now confirmed. They were working to cull birds in Kuwait. This is pretty unusual and might well be significant.
(Update: I knew this sounded fishy. They are now negative.)
CIDRAP on the Indonesian and Kuwaiti situations.
ProMed also has Kuwait news, and an interesting tidbit that a woman in Indonesia might have been infected by her pet eagle.
Bangladesh is struggling, but bird flu continues to spread.
Migratory birds have been found to have bird flu in Hong Kong, and they wonder what is going on with China.
Okay. Thailand has possession of a rare vulture from Mongolia. It is a zoo loan. Bird flu is changing plans about when it can be sent back.
There's going to be a bird flu lecture at the University of Georgia.
The OIE has a new AI web portal.
Suffolk VA is working through the pandemic at a local school district.
Revere blogs on the antiviral resistance issue from previous posts.