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The highly pathogenic avian flu detections all involve different H5 strains.
In addition, France and the UK take steps to lower risk from the highly pathogenic avian flu strain.
High-path avian flu continues to appear on farms and in wild birds in Europe, while Hong Kong reports H5N6 in samples from a nature preserve.
The preliminary genetic analysis suggest that some of the internal genes have changed, compared to earlier H5N6 samples from China and Hong Kong.
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