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Nov 22, 2010

Nov 22, 2010

Satellite tracking suggests wild birds may spread H5N1 in Asia

(CIDRAP News) – Satellite tracking of wild birds in Asia suggests they may be spreading H5N1 avian influenza from India or Tibet to Mongolia when they fly north in the spring, according to a recent report from the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO).

Apr 16, 2010

Apr 16, 2010

H1N1 NEWS SCAN: Low activity, structural basis for immunity, heart damage, monitoring Malaysia

WHO: H1N1 activity low in most countriesCirculation of the 2009 H1N1 pandemic virus persists only in tropical zones of the Americas, Africa, and Southeast Asia, the World Health Organization (WHO) reported today. B strains of seasonal flu are circulating in East Asia, along with sporadic seasonal A/H3N2 flu in Asia, Eastern Europe, and Eastern Africa; the most recent H3N2 reports were in Indonesia and Tanzania.

Feb 12, 2010

Feb 12, 2010

NEWS SCAN: Tracking Olympic outbreaks, more Salmonella cases, H5N1 death

HealthMap crowd-sources possible Olympic outbreaksMajor international gatherings such as the 2010 Winter Olympics, where people from around the globe mingle before returning home, can also serve as breeding and distribution sites for infectious diseases.

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