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army of a million volunteers pitches in to tackle bird-flu - protective plastic film

by:Cailong     2019-07-03
army of a million volunteers pitches in to tackle bird-flu  -  protective plastic film
A large group of volunteers wore protective plastic bags on their flip covers.
The Thai prime minister's fight against bird flu ended in failure: the chicken nest and live chicken market in Thailand.
A large group of volunteers wore protective plastic bags on their flip covers.
The Thai prime minister's fight against bird flu ended in failure: the chicken nest and live chicken market in Thailand.
Yesterday, more than a million people were put into the work of disinfecting farms and burying dead chickens because of concerns that the virus has mutated and is spreading from humans to humans.
Thai health officials confirmed Tuesday that the latest victim, 26-year-old Pranee Sodchuen, may have contracted the disease directly from her young daughter, who died in her arms while coughing up blood.
Due to the girl being diagnosed with dengue fever and cremated, her tissue sample could not confirm Humanto-
Human Communication.
But the possibility is high and raises concerns that the deadly global flu epidemic may follow.
The deadly Spanish flu that ravaged the world from 1918 to 1919 is considered a virus that jumps out of animals.
Before jet travel accelerated contact, the disease killed between 20 and 100 million people.
Around the world, the public health system is stocking vaccines for the worst. case scenario.
Since the beginning of this year, at least 10 Thai and 20 Vietnamese have died of respiratory complications following bird flu infection, usually transmitted through direct contact with poultry.
More than a dozen others have recovered.
In Asia, more than 100 million chickens have died or been culled, and the virus has been found in pigs, wild birds, and several pet cats and zoo tigers that devour the original chicken.
New outbreaks broke out in July and have spread to Cambodia, Malaysia, Vietnam and southern China.
Fighting chickens and wild birds suspected of violating the quarantine area. The bird-
Although the bird flu virus has died at high temperatures, the outbreak of the flu has damaged Thailand's annual poultry exports of billions of dollars.
In Thailand, most of the chicken is sold on site, not frozen chicken legs wrapped in plastic wrap.
Scientists say a few humansto-
Hong Kong may have human transmission cases during its popularity in the Netherlands in 1997 and last year.
A us authority said the new case in Thailand was a fluke and said no mutation in the H5N1 virus was found.
"If we have to spend billions of dollars, we will," said Chaturon Chaisang, deputy prime minister in charge of the eradication task force.
"The priority now is to protect humans from disease and minimize the likelihood that chickens will be infected. "Free-
Breeding chickens may soon become a distant memory, and it will pay a considerable price to transfer to the factory farm.
"Given that people have died. . .
We can no longer allow large-scale free-range poultry farming to continue . "
Penalties for failing to turn to modern farming methods will be announced after the weekend.
Dr. Kumara Rai of the World Health Organization said, "I am sorry that it is almost impossible to eradicate the virus within a month ".
Most Thais live in rural areas, even in the town, and most raise chickens, ducks, fighting chickens or guinea hens.
Poultry in the village, like pets, wander back and forth in people's huts, leaving a string of highly contagious feces.
Even a group of ducks carrying the bird flu virus without symptoms are now considered biological weapons
They are dangerous when they fly overhead.
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