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France reports three low-path strains that struck poultry last year, Greece detects H5N5 for the first time, and Germany detects high-path H5N2.
The high-path strain that caused a huge outbreak in 2015 has been found in a Montana mallard.
Meanwhile, many countries across Europe and Asia continue to battle outbreaks of several strains.
Also, officials in France, Sweden, Finland, and Germany report more H5N8.
Thirty-three new outbreaks in Hungary involve a total of more than 300,000 poultry.
European countries already reporting H5N8 note several more outbreaks, many involving wild birds.
Finland, France, and Romania report their first outbreaks, while India and Iran note further spread.
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