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H5N2 has now affected over 1.7 million Minnesota birds, 2.4 million in central US.
H5N2 on 2 more commercial farms mark South Dakota's 1st and Minnesota's 4th such outbreaks.
An unspecified low-path virus hits a Kansas farm, while high-path avian flu is confirmed in Taiwan and Palestine.
Also, US officials say H5N2 viruses in Missouri, Arkansas, and Minnesota match one from a wild bird in Washington state.
Officials are assessing farm and public health workers after widespread outbreaks.
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