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New cases of bird flu in S Hungary 17 Jun 2006 8:56:00 PM  
Source: mti-en
MOINESTI 25 May 2006 12:00:00 AM  
APA ASAU 25 May 2006 12:00:00 AM  
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Articles related to Nigeria, from EMM

  Nigeria: Deadly Bird Flu Strain Found in Taraba 2006-07-27 16:50  
The most lethal strain of bird flu has been detected in Taraba state, bringing to 15 the number of states out of a total of 36, to be affected by the virus, a state official said Saturday..... 
Source: onlinenigeria
  Nigeria: GIS Important for Influenza Control - Expert (AllAfrica.com) 27 Jul 2006 1:35:38 PM  
The importance of Geographic Information Systems has been stressed by a GIS expert and Business Development Manager of Support Systems Limited Lagos, Mr. Toyin Olufemi Bawallah. 
  ECOWAS health ministers to meet in Abuja (AngolaPress) 27 Jul 2006 11:22:18 AM  
Lagos, Nigeria, 07/27 - West African health ministers are due to meet in Abuja, Nigeria, from Thursday to consider updates on the avian flu and polio epidemics in the region that top the agenda. 
  Monthly Food Security Update for the Sahel and West Africa May 2006 - Surplus marketing year ahead 2006-07-26 23:57  
Forecasts for the 2006-2007 season are predicting normal to above-normal rainfall for the Sahel and most parts of West Africa with the exception of southwestern Nigeria, southern Benin, Togo, Ghana, Ivory Coast and southeastern Liberia Summary The growing season in the Sahel is about to get underway.... 
Source: reliefWeb
  ECOWAS health ministers to meet in Abuja (africast.com) 26 Jul 2006 1:11:28 PM  
ABUJA, July 26 -- West African health ministers are due to meet in Abuja, Nigeria, from Thursday to consider updates on the avian flu and polio epidemics in the region that top the agenda. 
  Nigerian health meeting will focus on polio (Independent Online) 25 Jul 2006 11:42:32 PM  
West African health ministers will meet in the Nigerian capital Abuja this week to discuss the latest developments in the avian flu and polio epidemics which have ravaged some parts of the region. 
  Nigerian health meeting will focus on polio (Independent Online) 25 Jul 2006 11:12:22 PM  
West African health ministers will meet in the Nigerian capital Abuja this week to discuss the latest developments in the avian flu and polio epidemics which have ravaged some parts of the region. 
  West African health ministers to meet in Nigeria on avian flu, polio (AFP via Yahoo! UK & Ireland News) 25 Jul 2006 7:33:50 PM  
West African health ministers will meet in the Nigerian capital Abuja Thursday to discuss latest developments in the avian flu and polio epidemics which have ravaged some parts of the region, an official statement said. 
  Nigeria: Anti-smuggling campaign of the Seme Command of Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) received boosts (AllAfrica.com) 21 Jul 2006 9:55:20 PM  
THE anti-smuggling campaign of the Seme Command of Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) received some boosts recently when it recorded a total seizure valued at N127 million in the first two quarters of the year even as it also received from government five new vehicles to strengthen its campaign. 
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Avian influenza - situation in Thailand
Avian influenza - situation in Thailand

26 July 2006

The Ministry of Public Health in Thailand has confirmed a case of human infection with H5N1 avian influenza. The patient, a 17-year-old man from Thap Khlo district of Phichit province in the north, developed symptoms on 15 July, was hospitalized on 20 July and died on 24 July.

On 10 July, the young man had buried the carcasses of dead chickens. This case coincides with a recurrence of a confirmed H5N1 outbreak in animals in the province. Control measures have been implemented to contain the animal outbreak and human surveillance has been strengthened. Field investigations have not found any indications of respiratory illness in close contacts of the young man.

This is the first human case of H5N1 infection reported from Thailand in 2006.

 
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News from EMM

Bird flu found at Manitoba turkey farm
Winnipeg‚?? The Canadian Press Published Wednesday, Nov. 24, 2010 3:01PM EST Last updated Wednesday, Nov. 24, 2010 3:06PM EST The Canadian Food Inspection Agency is investigating an outbreak of avian flu on a turkey farm north of Winnipeg. Officials say there is no indication that it is the Asian.... 
Source: theglobeandmail
Bird flu confirmed on Manitoba farm
A confirmed case of the avian flu, also known as bird flu, is discovered on a Manitoba turkey farm. 
Source: CBC
Bird flu suspected on Manitoba farm
A suspected case of the avian flu, also known as bird flu, has been discovered on a Manitoba farm, according to the Canadian Food Inspection Agency. 
Source: CBC
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