Côte D’ivoire Discovered H5n1 Bird Flu Outbreak

On August 18, Côte D'Ivoire authorities reported a high-powerful H5N1 Poulf influenza outbreak outbreaks near Abidjan City, the National Mall of the country.0: 00/1 : 04 Southern Southern Livestock Ministry and aquaculture resources of Côte d'Ivoire, authorities have discovered this flu strain in test samples at the Grand Bassam regional farms, 42 km from Abidjan. The test was carried out after localities noted that a large number of poultry began to die unknown the cause from July 20, and authorities issued a ban on the transportation of the Dong Dong area Time to suspend poultry imported from countries with epidemics. A number of poultry in regions near Grand Bassam was destroyed to prevent disease spread. Before Côte d'Ivoire, a series of countries in West Africa recently confirmed the H5N1 bird flu outbreak

. Togo and Ghana have to destroy thousands of poultry after discovering outbreaks in June and July. Since the beginning of the year, many cases of avian influenza are also recorded in Niger, Burkina Faso, Nigeria, Mauritania and Senegal.Phan An (VNA)

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