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China influenza report, 5th week, year 2008
A great egret found in Yuen Long, Hong Kong SAR, has been confirmed to have H5 avian influenza, the Agriculture, Fisheries & Conservation Department says.
5 / 2008    Feb,3,2008 - Feb,9,2008    Feb,12,2008

China influenza report, 4th week, year 2008
China has detected an outbreak of the highly pathogenic H5N1 strain of bird flu in poultry in Tibet
4 / 2008    Jan,27,2008 - Feb,2,2008    Jan,29,2008

China influenza report, 52nd week, year 2007
Bird flu infection took place in Turpan City in northwestern China s Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region on Dec. 29 and resulted in 4,850 poultry deaths. The case was confirmed by a state laboratory on Jan. 3 to be a species of H5N1 virus
52 / 2007    Dec,30,2007 - Jan,5,2008    Jan,4,2008

China influenza report, 51th week, year 2007
The dead buzzard found on Lantau Island of Hong Kong has been confirmed H5N1-positive, the Agriculture, Fisheries & Conservation Department says.
51 / 2007    Dec,23,2007 - Dec,29,2007    Dec,22,2007

China influenza report, 49th week, year 2007
The Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department said today (December 8) that the little egret found earlier in Tuen Mun was confirmed to be H5N1 positive after a series of laboratory tests.a Grey Heron found in Lok Ma Chau tested positive for H5N1
49 / 2007    Dec,9,2007 - Dec,15,2007    Dec,14,2007


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