There are no confirmed cases of the avian influenza virus in UK birds.

There are no confirmed cases of the avian influenza virus in UK birds.

Posted at 5:57 am on June 4th, 2016

Agency adviceThe Food Standards Agency believes that the bird flu is not a food safety risk for UK consumers.There are no confirmed cases of the avian influenza virus in UK birds. The World Health Organisation recommends that in areas free from the free from the disease, poultry and poultry products, products and eaten How usual , to purchase without fear of infection.

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A intergovernmental working group of the WHO Executive shall review the report in a session on 28 Dr. World Health Assembly will consider and discussing the report during its annual meeting 22 to 27 May the 2006th The Assembly will ultimately decide on how the results of to the report be used.

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