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Outbreak

Posted by Hisham
Tuesday 21 February 2006 at 3:23 pm.
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It was all over the news when I was in Germany. The H5N1 had been detected in dead wild swans at the northern coast of the country. The H5N1 virus, as all but those hiding incommunicado in underground bunkers since 1962 would know, is the strain of bird flu virus that can and has infected humans if they consume avians.

Now, less than 24 hours back in Malaysia, what do I hear? Gombak chickens within, of all places, the capital city of Malaysia have been detected with the deadly strain of virus, and more have been culled in the immediate vicinity.

And I would like to stress about the infection of the Malaysian chickens:

It's not my fault.

;-)

two comments

siewjang

*shock! Now I know what is H5N1.

siewjang (Email ) (URL) - 22-02-’06 14:31
sila

better stay clear of chicken… :(

sila - 22-02-’06 15:06


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