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H9N2 avian flu typically circulates in birds as a low-pathogenic strain.
A UK outbreak involves swans from a flock owned by Queen Elizabeth at Windsor.
DEFRA says the risk of avian flu spreading to other UK wild birds is high.
A study shows avian flu virus detections rising in poultry in Cambodian live-bird markets.
Dutch officials report H5N6 outbreaks in wild birds, and Italy confirms an H5N8 poultry outbreak.
The strain has 2 mutations that might alter its susceptibility to the neuraminidase inhibitor class of antiviral drugs.
South Korea, Belgium, and the United Kingdom all report new H5N8 avian flu outbreaks.
Farmers in France's foie gras region will halt production for 6 weeks.
Nepal also reports H5N1 at a zoo, while 5 European nations confirm more H5N8 outbreaks.
France reports 68 new H5N8 poultry outbreaks, and Hungary confirms 455,000 affected birds.
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