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The CDDEP report and maps provide an unprecedented look at the problem and include a range of data, some public for the first time.
Minnesota announced a second H5N2 detection in wild birds, a chickadee from an urban county.
Meanwhile, about 200 health leaders are meeting in Cape Town this week to discuss global health security priorities.
US flu activity stays steady overall, but reports of flulike illness in the South grow.
A coronavirus found in a South African bat may be MERS-CoV's closest relative.
(CIDRAP News) – Yellow fever vaccination boosters, typically given 10 years after initial immunization, are no longer necessary, the World Health Organization (WHO) said today.
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