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Hundreds of thousands of poultry affected in more than 100 outbreaks involving various subtypes.
No let-up has occurred over the past few days in detections of several highly pathogenic H5 avian flu strains in poultry and wild birds.
More than 100 farms in Taiwan have tested positive for avian flu, including a new H5N3 strain.
H5N8 in Taiwan leads a long list of outbreaks in Asia, Europe, North America, and Africa.
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