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« le: 08 février 2006 à 07:14:48 »

Romania detects new cases of bird flu 2006-02-08 12:37:55

    BUCHAREST, Feb. 7 (Xinhuanet) -- Romania detected new cases of bird flu in domestic fowls on Tuesday in the southern county of Dolj, the county's health authorities said.

on a détecté la GA dans un élevage domestique dans le sud  

  The three dead hens found in Dolj's Cetate village were confirmed to be killed by bird flu virus but the strain is still unknown, Romanian news agency Rompres quoted Andrei Butaru, head of Dolj's Veterinary Bureau, as saying.

les 3 poules mortes trouvées au village de Dolj ont éte confirmée etre mortes de la GA mais la souche reste inconnue  

 The local government has disinfected the village and imposed quarantine there. All domestic fowls in the village have been culled to prevent the spread of the virus.

    Earlier on the same day, Romanian Agriculture Minister Gheorghe Flutur warned local governments of possible outbreaks of bird flu, saying migratory birds are still flying over the region.

    He required every southern county to hand in 600 samples of domestic fowls for tests on a weekly basis and take immediate actions if any bird flu case is detected.

    He also said he had asked neighboring Bulgaria to provide information on bird flu cases in the city of Vidin which is only hundreds of meters away from Romania's Calafat port.

la Bulgarie voisine a été prévenue car Vidin et le port de Calafat en roumanie ne sont distants que de quelques centaines de metres  

  Since the first outbreak of bird flu occurred on Oct. 7, 2005, avian flu has been discovered in 26 villages across Romania, including Dolj's Cetate village. Three of the previous 25 villages are still under quarantine.

    No human case has been reported in the country so far. Enditem