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China influenza report, 6th week, year 2008
An Oriental magpie robin found dead in Cheung Sha Wan on February 10 has been confirmed H5N1-positive, the Agriculture, Fisheries & Conservation Department says.
6 / 2008    Feb,10,2008 - Feb,16,2008    Feb,16,2008

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


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