In November alone, outbreaks have led to the loss of about 7.6 million more poultry.
Of six cases reported from Cambodia this year, four were fatal.
The outbreak in Georgia is its first at a commercial farm since H5N1 began spreading in US poultry.
Cambodia has now reported six H5N1 cases this year.
The latest H9N2 case in China is the country's fifth in the last 6 months.
RSV hospitalizations are now rising in seniors, and only 14.3% have received the new vaccine.
Health officials are releasing 77,000 more doses, with supply stretched by higher-than-expected demand for the new tool for protecting newborns.
So far this fall the virus has hit at least 12 turkey farms in 7 of Minnesota counties.
Most of the newly affected Finnish farms raised foxes, but some also produced raccoon dogs.
The latest outbreaks struck turkeys, gamebirds, layer chickens, and backyard poultry.