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Message Subject <<Advancing Bird Flu-H5N1...Now following the MERS approaching PANDEMIC: it is now here>>>
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In new news from Central Java in Indonesia we are learning that H5N1 has been the cause of large numbers of duck deaths.

This is particularly concerning for two reasons.

Firstly, ducks are usually considered as hosts of many influenza strains that can live and grow without causing any heath concerns to their duck hosts.

This strain of H5N1 avian influenza is killing its hosts causing concern that the strain has evolved into an even more deadlier strain than previously believed to exist, however this is an assumption at this stage, and remains to be proven via sequencing.

The second reason for concern is the fact that ducks can be migratory and as such they can and indeed do act as vectors, able to carry disease great distances crossing not just borders but also oceans to far off continents and thereby threatening communities that might think that they are safe because of isolation such as Australia, but gain no effective protection at all because of this type of vectoring.

Hundreds of Ducks Infected with Bird Flu

WONOGIRI, suaramerdeka.com - About 200 ducks in Hamlet Ngelo, Semin Village, District Nguntoronadi, Wonogiri died within a few days. Hundreds of ducks that died was allegedly infected with bird flu virus.

Head of the Animal Husbandry Department of Fisheries and Marine Resources (Disnakperla) Wonogiri, Rully Pramono Retno said, the deaths of hundreds of ducks in the village since Thursday-Sunday (22-25/11). "We received reports of dead ducks since 22 November. Tail number is around 200," he said on Monday (26/11).

Ducks that died consisted of 50 ducks and 150 ducks laying people aged one month. All from a duck farm in the hamlet Ngelo. "The number of ducks on the farm about 500 head of which is the support of the government," he continued.


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