10 percent avian flu rate in Egyptian birds, H5N1-H9N2 co-infections
CIDRAP NEWS SCAN, Friday 28 February 2014

Active surveillance in Egypt found that 10% of all poultry samples from August 2010 through January 2013 tested positive for avian flu, and the H9N2 strain emerged in the country during that time and co-infected birds with H5N1, according to a report yesterday in Emerging Infectious Diseases.

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