Bird Flu (Avian Influenza)

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Bird Flu (Avian Influenza)
Bird Flu (Avian Influenza)

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And the Bird Flu just keeps on coming…

New vaccines – both for chickens and humans – are being developed with Covid-like efficiency. The human shot is of course mRNA based. Reuters reports that the US, UK, EU and Canada are all “taking steps to acquire or manufacture H5N1 bird flu vaccines”. Some nations are already considering mandating all poultry farm workers take the shot when it becomes available. As you can see, things are moving pretty fast – almost all of these stories are from just the last three or four days. I predicted in my recent article that bird flu was the main contender for “the next pandemic”, and it looks like that’s where we’re headed.

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 And the Bird Flu just keeps on coming…

I predicted in my recent article that bird flu was the main contender for “the next pandemic”, and it looks like that’s where we’re headed. The good news is that the human cases caused a surge in the value of Moderna and BioTech’s stock. Isn’t that nice?

Bird Flu News

Current worldwide bird flu news.


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As part of the National Strategy for Pandemic Influenza, which includes both avian influenza and human pandemic preparedness, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) works with its partners on the international and domestic fronts to help control the spread of highly pathogenic H5N1 avian influenza. Learn more about avian influenza and what you can do to protect poultry.


Avian influenza virus usually refers to influenza A viruses found chiefly in birds, but infections can occur in humans.


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Avian Influenza or Bird Flu Fact Sheet


Bird flu is caused by a type of influenza virus that rarely infects humans. But when bird flu does strike humans, it's often deadly. More than half the people who become infected with bird flu die of the disease. In recent years, outbreaks of bird flu have occurred in Asia, Africa and parts of Europe. Most people who have developed symptoms of bird flu have had close contact with sick birds. In a few cases, bird flu has passed from one person to another.


Symptoms and treatment information.


Bird flu (avian influenza) is a disease caused by an influenza virus that primarily affects birds. In the late 1990s, a new strain of bird flu arose that was remarkable for its ability to cause severe disease and death, especially in domesticated birds such as ducks, chickens, or turkeys. As a result, this strain was called highly pathogenic (meaning very severe) avian influenza.


Breaking news on bird flu updated throughout the day, our global network of specialist correspondents provide comprehensive coverage of science and technology news.


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Most avian influenza viruses do not cause disease in humans. However, some are zoonotic, meaning that they can infect humans and cause disease. The most well known example is the avian influenza subtype H5N1 viruses currently circulating in poultry in parts of Asia and northeast Africa, which have caused human disease and deaths since 1997. Other avian influenza subtypes, including H7N7 and H9N2, have also infected people. Some of these infections have been very severe and some have resulted in deaths, but many infections have been mild or even subclinical in humans.

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