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The low-path H7 detection is the first in the US this year, and more tests will be done to characterize the H7N1 virus.
Japan, meanwhile, reports two large H5N6 outbreaks at poultry farms in different prefectures.
Also, Croatia reports its first high-path H5N5 outbreak in poultry.
For the first time in China, the high-path strain of H7N9 has been detected in live market poultry.
In addition to widespread H5N8, H5N1 is confirmed in Nigeria and H5N6 in Japan.
Meanwhile, many countries across Europe and Asia continue to battle outbreaks of several strains.
As H5N6 spreads in parts of Asia, the H5N8 strain hits more farms in Hungary, Poland, and France.
Also, a study from China says H5N6 has replaced H5N1 as the dominant strain in southern poultry.
Also, a study finds low-path avian flu common among ducks on foie gras farms in Bulgaria.
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