March 7 Flu UpdateBird flu is back in Hanoi after a year.
A wild bird is also H5N1 positive in Hong Kong.
Meanwhile, man in Thailand is negative.
Interesting. Vietnam says its running out of Tamiflu that isn't dated.
Federal Reserve official says bird flu would hit city dwellers and poor hardest.
This is fascinating. A region in very rural Quebec--Nunavik--is figuring out how to isolate itself from the world in a pandemic. Must read.
If a pandemic flu hits Quebec, airline passengers won't be able to freely travel between Nunavik and the South for three months or longer.
Isolating Nunavik is the cornerstone of the Nunavik regional health board's "regional preventive isolation" plan to stop a pandemic - a worldwide outbreak of illness - from entering the region.
The board's plan means that when airline passengers from Nunavik travel south during a pandemic, they will not be able to return without first going through a period of enforced isolation, called a quarantine.
Ontario articles says that SARS might have been our last wake up call.
Revere on a test to determine if Tamiflu is counterfeit.
Russian officials warned that the bird flu risk is getting worse.
Pigeon racers are upset in UK that bird flu might threaten their events.