Anna Popova, Head of the Russian Human Health and Consumer Rights Protection Service, in the country “A (H5N8)” bird of the flu reported that it was the first time they detected that it was infected. Popova said, “Bird flu was detected by the scientists of the Vector Research Center in 7 employees of a poultry farm in the south of the country. In this farm, an avian flu epidemic occurred in December 2020. This is the first case detected in the world,” he said. Here are the last minute developments that have mobilized the World Health Organization:
THE BIRD FLU INVENTING HUMAN IS OFFICIAL!
While it was announced that bird flu transmitted to humans was detected for the first time in Russia last December, world Health OrganizationIt was stated that ‘was informed.
As the fight against the corona virus outbreak continues worldwide, bird flu concern has erupted in Russia. Moreover, the information received yesterday showed that Russia is not the only country that the avian flu virus caused panic.
DETECTED IN 7 PEOPLE
Anna Popova, head of the Russian Human Health and Consumer Protection Agency (Rospotrebnadzor), announced today that avian influenza has been detected in 7 workers working in a poultry farm in the south of the country.
A subtype of avian influenza A (A (C)) was reported by Vektor Research Center experts last December.H5N8) case seen 7 people were isolated “Vektor Research Center experts detected a subtype of avian flu in 7 people working in a poultry farm in southern Russia last December. They were isolated.
CLINICAL COURSES LIGHT
These 7 people I mentioned are doing well today. The clinical course was also very mild. At the same time, our scientists were able to examine the reactions of this virus in the human body. These people survived the disease in a shorter time than expected, “he said.
Stating that information was transferred to the World Health Organization after the cases seen, Anna Popova said, “The data on the world’s first human influenza A case (H5N8) was sent to the World Health Organization. These results were sent immediately after being sure of the test results within a few days. .
HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS OF ANIMALS HAVE BEEN EXPRESSED DUE TO BIRD FLU IN IRAN
On the other hand, according to last minute information obtained from the Iranian province of Kum, due to bird flu 1 million chickens It was announced that 671 birds in the zoo were culled.
BIRDS IN THE BIRD ANIMAL GARDEN ALSO EXPRESSED
According to the “Baharnews” news website, Kum State Veterinary General Director Muhammed Mehdi Refii said at the meeting of the Combatting Bird Flu Commission that unregistered poultry vendors are being followed. Refii warned the public not to buy poultry from the market and peddlers, “One million out of 10 million chickens on farms in Kum and 671 birds in the Sand Bird Zoo were culled due to bird flu.” said.
It is stated that there are more than 100 bird species in the bird zoo, which was established on a 6-hectare indoor area in Kum and opened in November 2020.
SEE ALSO IN ALGERIA!
After the World Animal Health Organization (OIE) announced the presence of avian flu on a farm in northeast Algeria, a health emergency (OHAL) decision was made in the country. Algerian Agriculture Minister Abdulhamid Hamdani told reporters, “The source of this virus is migratory birds and as long as the situation continues, we alarmed all regions in anticipation of an emergency.” said.
THE REGION IS UNDER CONTROL
Hamdani noted that the Ayn Fakrun region where the virus appeared was taken under control and a unit was created to monitor the situation.
In the statement on the site of the Paris-based OIE, it was announced that the high pathogen type “H5N8” avian influenza virus region emerged in a poultry farm in Ayn Fakrun region of Um al-Bevaki, according to the report from the Algerian Ministry of Agriculture.
50 THOUSAND ANIMALS DIE
It was reported that 50 thousand poultry died and 1200 poultry were culled in the region due to bird flu.
It was reported that the area was isolated to prevent the spread of the epidemic.
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