Haiphong finds H5N6 virus in domestic fowl

VOV.VN - An outbreak of the A/H5N6 virus has been detected in Van Tien hamlet, Dai Ban Commune, An Duong District, Haiphong City, according to the local Department for Breeding and Animal Health.

Some 800 of a flock of 3,000 chickens were culled on the family farm of Mr Mai Van Tinh after they tested positive for the virus.
Mr Mai Van Tinh said he bought the chickens in the northern province of Thai Nguyen and found hundreds of the chickens dead after only one night.


Bui Van Luyen, deputy head of Haiphong City’s Department for Breeding and Animal Health, said all of the necessary steps are in place to prevent further outbreaks of avian flu.


The Department for Breeding and Animal Health issued a warning for any farm detecting the disease to inform local officials immediately for a prompt solution to prevent the spread of the virus.

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