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The WHO says 79 confirmed cases were reported, down from 150 the week before.
An unspecified low-path virus hits a Kansas farm, while high-path avian flu is confirmed in Taiwan and Palestine.
Guinea's trial involves ring vaccination, a strategy used to used to stamp out smallpox in the 1970s.
The vaccine will be tested on chickens within 2 months.
Egypt's health ministry reports 17 more H5N1 to the WHO, indicating continued disease activity.
MSF says health groups were slow to respond, but affected nations were, too.
High-path H5N8 turns up in Oregon and in Sweden, and US officials provide new details on the recent H5N2 outbreak in Kansas.
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