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Guidance involves steps to curb Salmonella and Campylobacter in poultry and better trace ground beef.
Tests on the Oregon duck found H5 genetic material, but not enough to pin down the subtype or pathogenicity.
In a related development, feds recently issued a second call for avian flu vaccine proposals.
Multistate events are linked to 56% of outbreak deaths even though they make up just 3% of outbreaks.
The plan includes ways to improve safety and security at US labs that conduct infectious disease research.
The USDA issued a preparedness and response report and poultry culling guidance as turkey growers followed suit.
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