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VIRUS H5N1 => ASIE - ANIMAUX => Asie => Cambodge - Articles animaux => Discussion démarrée par: alain le 24 février 2006 à 06:46:21

Titre: 3 canards
Posté par: alain le 24 février 2006 à 06:46:21
PHNOM PENH (AFX) - The H5N1 bird flu virus has been found in three ducks on a family farm in eastern Cambodia, triggering a cull of hundreds of birds, officials said.
3 canards morts du H5N1
The sick ducks were discovered during a routine check of poultry in Kompong Cham province on February 6, said Yim Voeunthan, secretary of state at the ministry of agriculture.
decouvert pendant une controle de routine
It was not known how the ducks contracted the virus, he said, adding that none of the farm's other 220 ducks were infected.

"We have culled all 223 ducks in the farm to avoid any outbreak of bird flu," Yim Voeunthan said.

He said the presence of the virus had been confirmed by the Pasteur Institute in Phnom Penh. The farm had been disinfected and the movement of birds to and from the area banned, he said.
confirmation par labo Pasteur de Phnom Pehn
At least four people have died in Cambodia from the H5N1 strain of bird flu. No new outbreaks have been reported in animals or humans since March.

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Titre: 3 canards
Posté par: ZOUZOU le 24 février 2006 à 09:20:15
http://challengestempsreel.nouvelobs.com/international/arti_25107_13033.html
PHNOM PENH (Reuters) - Le virus H5N1 de la grippe aviaire a fait son retour au Cambodge, découvert sur des canards morts près de la frontière avec le Vietnam, annonce un responsable du ministère de l'Agriculture.
Il a précisé que les canards morts avaient été retrouvés près d'un lac où vivent des oiseaux sauvages et que les résultats de tests montraient la présence du virus H5N1.
La grippe aviaire a tué quatre personnes au Cambodge depuis son arrivée fin 2003.