Friday, March 16, 2007

No evidence of bird flu in Northern of Iran

Health ministry of Islamic republic of Iran declare No evidence of bird flu in Northern of Iran.
All of people can travel to northern of Iran with out agitation in new year . Following the pandemic of the bird flu in some of the neighboring countries last year, the veterinary organization ordered the culling of chickens in some of the chicken farms around the
nation. In last year,The killer strain of avian influenza known as bird flu had been detected in dead wild birds in northwestern Iran at 2006 , according to the World Health Organization (WHO). “It is the H5N1 strain , but there have been no human cases, it has only been found in dead wild swans.

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