‘Bird Flue’ Revealed in France
France, Strasburg / Trend corr. A.Maharramli / Two danger forms of 'bird flue' were revealed in Mozel Department, Lorraine, France. The Central Veterinary Service at the Department approved the presence of the virus in two died swans. The Agriculture Ministry of France also approved the fact of bird flue on 31 July.
The virus has been revealed in France for the second time within July. The virus was revealed in three birds as a result of laboratory examination. The first sign of the virus was revealed in France in spring 2006. The Department of Mozel recommended continuing prophylactic measures of the area to prevent expanding of the virus. All the necessary measures have been taken by the Ministry to keep the poultry in closed accommodation to prevent expansion of bird flue.
"Struggle against 'bird flue' is based on permanent control over wild fauna and poultry incubators," is noted in the statement of the Ministry.
The Vietnam women 22, died from the bird flue virus in 31 July.