China Reports Bird Flu Outbreak Near HK Border

From Reuters:

China on Tuesday reported a outbreak in ducks in the southern province of , close to Hong Kong where poultry at all commercial markets was culled last week.

The Guangdong outbreak, in a village administered by Jiangmen city, was first detected on June 13, the official Xinhua news agency said.

The National Avian Influenza Reference Laboratory confirmed on Tuesday that the virus the birds contracted was a subtype of the H5N1 strain, Xinhua quoted the Ministry of Agriculture as saying.

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