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Moscow City’s State Veterinary Service has opened a telephone hotline
Moscow City’s State Veterinary Service has opened a telephone hotline at (495) 612-1212, inviting people to make calls and report on instances of dead birds and birds and animals showing symptoms of avian influenza (bird flu). “Everyone who sees a sick bird or a dead bird is welcome to report the case,” an official at the veterinary service said at a news conference. Experts also strongly recommend that Muscovites do not allow their pets – cats or dogs – to approach and sniff at the dead birds. The typical symptoms of the disease in the birds are torpor, absence of appetite, a half-opened nib, oozing nose, symptomatic swinging of the head, and indigestion. Some sick birds may swing from side to side while walking and have signs of thinning plumage.
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