Bulgaria plans to kill 25,000 quail after highly contagious strain of bird flu was discovered

Bulgaria begins The culling of about 25,000 quail and the destruction of quail eggs at an industrial farm close to the capital Sofia after a extremely contagious pressure of chicken flu was found, meals security authorities mentioned on Wednesday.

The outbreak on the farm within the city of Etropole, about 49.71 miles east of Sofia, was established following studies of a excessive mortality price among the many birdsthe Meals Security Company mentioned in an announcement.

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Bulgaria must destroy quail eggs and weed out tens of thousands of quail to stem a highly contagious strain of bird flu.

Bulgaria should destroy quail eggs and weed out tens of hundreds of quail to stem a extremely contagious pressure of chicken flu.
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The chance to people the illness is taken into account low, however earlier outbreaks in farm birds have led to in depth slaughter packages to comprise the unfold.