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H7 influenza virus also in British chicken
Currently it is not clear if it is really `only` a H7 influenza virus or the dangerous H5N1 virus that was found in samples from chickens found dead on a poultry farm near Dereham in Norfolk. All chicken have been killed as a precautionary measure.


Further tests are being carried out to determine the strain of the virus. The preliminary test results show that it is likely to be the H7 strain of avian influenza, and not H5N1. Further confirmatory tests are in progress to determine the pathogenicity.

As a precautionary measure birds on the premises will be slaughtered on suspicion of an avian notifiable disease. Restrictions have been placed on the farm. When the additional laboratory results are known further action may be taken.


Source: www.defra.gov.uk


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