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Bird flu case confirmed in HK
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The Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department of Hong Kong said yesterday that a gray heron found in Lok Ma Chau was confirmed to be H5N1 positive.


The carcass was found and collected on Feb 8 near San Sam Road, Lok Ma Chau in the New Territories.


A department spokesman reminded people to observe good personal hygiene and to avoid personal contact with wild birds or live poultry.


(China Daily February 15, 2008)


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