Avian influenza strikes half a million birds in Mexico

02/16/2013 | Washington Post, The

Officials in Mexico are awaiting identification of the avian influenza strain that appears to have affected more than half a million chickens in central Mexico. An H7N3 outbreak led the government to cull some 22 million birds in western Mexico last year. Officials have said the current strain has not affected humans in the area.

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