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Friday, August 26, 2005

H5N1 Bird Flu In Finland?

Some sort of H5 avian flu strain was found in seagulls in Finland. They say it will be several weeks before they have an answer as to exactly which strain. 50 seagulls were found dead.

Recombinomics commentary.

The stakes go up.

Finland is a country with excellent transportation systems- sea, rail and air, not to mention a functional highway system, integrated with the European road network.

We shall see what happens.
Well "as the crow flies" - I expect the birds will get there before the buses. Nothing with any sense stays around for a Finnish winter.

There does not seem to have been much transfer to humans in Siberia, so for now the bird crap has it.
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