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Ukraine and Romania

Ukraine has reported its first bird flu outbreak. It is still not known if it is the H5N1 type. Four chickens in eastern Romania have been diagnosed with the H5 strain of bird flu.

December 5th, 2005

 

Russia, Romania and China

Russia has confirmed an outbreak of H5N1 flu at a far, south of Moscow. Romania has announced its second bird flu outbreak. China has also confirmed a new H5N1 outbreak.

October 20th, 2005

 

Romania Gets Tough

Romania has launched a massive poultry cull, after confirmation that bird flu discovered in the country was H5N1. The village where the virus was discovered has been isolated, and authorities are also creating a buffer zone of four counties. Pigs are being rounded up, and hunting has been banned.

October 16th, 2005

 

Bird Flu Hits Europe
Here in
Melbourne, The Age newspaper reports that an outbreak of bird flu in Romania is H5N1, according to the Romanian state veterinary authority.

October 15th, 2005

 

Bird Flu in Romania

Romania has confirmed the presence of H5 bird flu in dead ducks. Further tests are being carried out to determine if it is the deadly H5N1 virus.

October 13th, 2005
 

Romania Culling, Bulgaria Testing

Romania is culling thousands of birds, following the discovery of flu antibodies in three farmyard ducks found dead late last month. Test results are expected shortly, and will reveal the type of flu. Bulgaria is testing three birds found dead in the north of the country.

October 12th, 2005