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Two major regions in Western Siberia are conducting measures to localize bird flu
More than 18,000 head of poultry have been slaughtered in the Tyumen region, where bird flu was identified in six populated areas, an official from the local Emergency Situations Ministry said. He added that other measures were being taken to prevent the disease from spreading, such as quarantining affected farms and stopping unauthorized personnel from entering them. No cases of people falling ill with the virus have been registered. A local official in the Altai territory said 10 regions had been hit by the virus. However, he added that no new cases had been registered in nine of the 14 affected villages. The official said migrating birds were thought to have spread the infection, and so the source would disappear when they left when cold weather arrived in fall. He said measures to eliminate the disease and prevent it spreading were continuing in the territory and added that nobody had contracted the disease
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