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H5N2 and H5N8 continue in US birds, but testing in Minnesota found no further infected poultry.
A 39,000-bird turkey farm was hit by H5N2, and H5N1 killed pelicans in Romania.
An unspecified low-path virus hits a Kansas farm, while high-path avian flu is confirmed in Taiwan and Palestine.
High-path H5N8 turns up in Oregon and in Sweden, and US officials provide new details on the recent H5N2 outbreak in Kansas.
Some wildlife disease experts warn against jumping to easy conclusions.
Also, US officials say H5N2 viruses in Missouri, Arkansas, and Minnesota match one from a wild bird in Washington state.
Also, the USDA says the Minnesota H5N2 strain matches a Washington isolate.
Avian flu caused by various strains was confirmed in the US, UK, Israel, Japan, Bulgaria, and South Korea.
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