Kazakhstan gets hit with bird flu
Sunday, July 31, 2005
Bird Flu has been found in Kazakhstan and 600 chickens died at a farm. Earlier reports suggested that a 20 year old worker from the local Nan poultry farm was taken to the hospital with a suspicious infection. He is in intensive care but he is stable and in a grave condition.
- "Bird Flu discovered in Kazakhstan" — , August 1, 2005
- "Kazakhstan stricken with highly pathogenous bird flue" — , August 1, 2005
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