Bird flu in Canada is different strain than in Europe

The avian influenza in British Columbia is H5N2, the same virus that caused previous outbreaks in Canada, says Canadian Press. Officials have quarantined four poultry farms in the Fraser Valley east of Vancouver because of the disease. “A source tells The Canadian Press that tests have determined the virus is a high-pathogenicity, or high-path, strain of… » Read More

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