As it stated in SARAJEVO Bosnia reported its first case of bird flu on Sunday, after the H5N8 strain was detected at a hen farm in the northwestern town of Prijedor.
Cases of bird flu have been found in a number of countries across Europe in the past months, including in neighbouring Croatia, Serbia, Macedonia and Montenegro.
[L5N1F62CA]The ministry said it would inform the public about its further steps, Srna reported.
Nobody from the ministry was immediately available to confirm the news.
(Reporting by Daria Sito-Sucic; Editing by Toby Chopra)
according to The first batch of cats quarantined by the city amid a rare bird flu outbreak have finally found a place to call home.
An orange tabby named Simba was one of the first lucky kitties to get scooped up.
Since Feb. 4, 41 cats have been adopted from the ASPCA and about half the cats remain at the quarantine, Krause said.
Three cats, including Alfred, died and “a small number of cats” were humanely euthanized, officially said.
The first of hundreds of cats quarantined by the city…It’s the purr-fect ending to a cat-astrophic tale.
Beijing reports first H7N9 bird flu case
Beijing, February 12China’s national capital has reported first case of H7N9 avian flu case this year after a 68-year-old man has been infected by the human infection.
30 people have died in Jiangsu province due to H7N9 avian flu in the last three months.
Zhang was confirmed to have been infected by the H7N9 strain of avian flu yesterday.
Twenty-one of the 49 people infected with flu died in January.
H7N9 was first reported to have infected humans in China in March 2013.
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