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Officials empasize it is not the H7N9 virus that has affected poultry and humans in China.
The virus claimed 700 chickens, and more than 70,000 were culled to contain the outbreak.
Also, an analysis of H5N2 from a wild Alaskan duck adds more evidence that North American wild birds still harbor the virus.
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