Unusual number of avian lives found dead in Yokohama, municipal gov “H7N9 not detected”

Around 8:00 of 4/30/2013, unusual number of birds were found dead in Yokohama city.

The location is near JR Kannai station. 20 dead crows and 1 dead pigeon were found within 100m radius area.

Yokohama city government announced Avian influenza (H7N9) was not detected from 4 of the dead crows.

The dead birds did not have significant injuries.




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Un nombre inhabituel d’oiseaux mort dans Yokohama, la municipalité déclare ne pas avoir détecté de H7N9


Le 30 avril 2013 vers 8:00, un nombre inhabituel d’oiseaux morts ont été découverts dans la ville de Yokohama.
C’était près de la gare de JR Kannai. Les cadavres de 20 corneilles et d’1 pigeon ont été découverts dans un rayon de 100 m.
La municipalité de Yokohama a déclaré que la grippe aviaire à H7N9 n’a pas été détectée dans les 4 cadavres de corneilles analysés.
Les oiseaux morts ne présentent pas de blessures particulières.


Article lié : [Grippe aviaire] 3 membres de l’équipe médicale présentent une infection du tractus respiratoire supérieur après avoir soigné le 1er patient

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