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Russia's Novosibirsk region reported an outbreak of bird flue
Russia's Novosibirsk region reported an outbreak of bird flue, which killed more than 300 poultry, the press service of the Emergency Situations Ministry told Itar-Tass. "A dramatic increase in poultry mortality has occurred in the village of Suzdalka, Dovolinsky district in the past few days. In all, more than 300 poultry have died," a Ministry official said. The tests identified bird flu A, H5 of serogroup as the cause. The state-owned Vector research center for virology and biotechnology, the regional veterinary service, Russia's consumers health watchdog (Rospotrebnadzor), and the regional health care department scrambled to combat the crisis. Novosibirsk has a plan to prevent an avian flu pandemic. An emergencies commission will hold a meeting shortly
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