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    Source: https://www.nippon.com/en/news/yjj2022112300500/

    Japan Detects 1st Bird Flu Case in Stork
    Politics Society Nov 23, 2022 16:59 (JST)

    Tokyo, Nov. 23 (Jiji Press)--A stork has died in Marugame, Kagawa Prefecture, western Japan, after getting infected with avian influenza, officials at the Kagawa and neighboring Tokushima prefectural governments said.

    This marked the first bird flu case involving a stork in Japan, Tokushima officials said. Storks are designated as a special national treasure in the country.

    The female stork, born in Naruto, Tokushima, in April last year and named Niji, was found dead at a pond in Marugame on Nov. 15. A gene test by the National Institute for Environmental Studies on Tuesday found that the stork had been infected with a highly pathogenic H5 strain of avian flu...

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    Source: https://www.nippon.com/en/news/yjj2022112800893/

    Red-Crowned Crane Found with Avian Flu for 1st Time in Japan
    Politics Society Nov 28, 2022 22:34 (JST)

    Tokyo, Nov. 28 (Jiji Press)--One red-crowned crane has been infected with highly pathogenic avian influenza, the prefectural government of Hokkaido in northernmost Japan said Monday.

    The wild crane infected with the H5-subtype virus was found in the city of Kushiro...


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    • #3
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      November 30, 2022
      natural environment

      Regarding the outbreak of highly pathogenic avian influenza in wild birds (positive confirmation, Urahoro Town, Hokkaido (67th domestic bird case))
       
      On November 23, 2020 (Wednesday) in Urahoro-cho, Hokkaido, a white-tailed eagle designated as a domestic endangered species of wild fauna and flora based on the Act on the Conservation of Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (Act on Conservation of Species) 1 It was reported that dead feathers were collected and a simple test was conducted on November 24 (Thursday), and a positive reaction to type A avian influenza virus was confirmed. Regarding the above, when genetic testing was conducted at the National Institute for Environmental Studies, a highly pathogenic avian influenza virus (H5 subtype) was detected on Wednesday, November 30, 2022. was. We will continue to strengthen surveillance of wild birds nationwide and surveys on the status of virus carriers.

      ...
      https://www.env.go.jp/press/111118_00048.html

      ---------------------------------

      November 30, 2022
      natural environment

      Regarding the outbreak of highly pathogenic avian influenza in wild birds (positive confirmation, Isahaya City, Nagasaki Prefecture (70th case in wild birds in Japan)
       
      A deceased hooded crane collected in Isahaya City, Nagasaki Prefecture on Friday, November 25, 2021 was genetically tested at the National Institute for Environmental Studies. On the 30th (Wednesday), it was reported that a highly pathogenic avian influenza virus (H5 subtype) was detected. This case is the first confirmed case of highly pathogenic avian influenza in wild birds in Nagasaki Prefecture this season (the 70th case in Japan). We will continue to strengthen surveillance of wild birds nationwide and surveys on the status of virus carriers.
      ...
      https://www.env.go.jp/press/111118_00051.html

      ------------------------------------------------

      November 30, 2022
      natural environment

      Status of occurrence of highly pathogenic avian influenza in wild birds (positive confirmation, Imizu City, Toyama Prefecture (71st case in wild birds in Japan))
       
      A deceased tundra swan collected in Imizu City, Toyama Prefecture on Saturday, November 26, 2021 was genetically tested at the National Institute for Environmental Studies. There was a report that a highly pathogenic avian influenza virus (H5 subtype) was detected on Wednesday, March 30. This case is the first confirmed case of highly pathogenic avian influenza in wild birds in Toyama Prefecture this season (the 71st case in Japan). We will continue to strengthen surveillance of wild birds nationwide and surveys on the status of virus carriers.
      ...
      https://www.env.go.jp/press/111118_00052.html

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      November 28, 2022
      natural environment

      Regarding the highly pathogenic avian influenza outbreak situation in wild birds (positive confirmation, Kushiro City, Hokkaido (53rd domestic bird case))
       
      The red-crowned crane was designated as a nationally endangered species of wild fauna and flora in Kushiro City, Hokkaido on November 20, 2020 (Sunday), based on the Law Concerning the Conservation of Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (Law Conservation of Species). It was reported that one weakened individual was recovered and a genetic test was conducted on the same day, and a positive reaction for type A avian influenza virus was confirmed. Regarding the above, the National Institute for Environmental Studies carried out genetic testing, and reported that highly pathogenic avian influenza virus (H5 subtype) was detected on Monday, November 28, 2022. had. We will continue to strengthen surveillance of wild birds nationwide and surveys on the status of virus carriers.
      ...
      https://www.env.go.jp/press/111118_00046.html

      --------------------------------------------

      November 26, 2022
      natural environment

      Status of occurrence of highly pathogenic avian influenza in wild birds (suspected case, Imizu City, Toyama Prefecture)

      On November 26, 2020 (Saturday), one dead tundra swan was recovered in Imizu City, Toyama Prefecture, and a simple test was conducted on the same day, and a positive reaction to type A avian influenza virus was confirmed. There was a report of This case is a suspected outbreak of highly pathogenic avian influenza in wild birds. In the future, we will conduct genetic testing for this case to confirm whether it is highly pathogenic avian influenza. In response to this report, we will designate an area within 10 km around the collection point as a priority area for wild bird monitoring and strengthen wild bird monitoring.
      ...
      https://www.env.go.jp/press/111118_00045.html

      -------------------------------

      November 25, 2022
      natural environment

      Status of occurrence of highly pathogenic avian influenza in wild birds (suspected case, Isahaya City, Nagasaki Prefecture)
       
      On November 25, 2020 (Friday), one dead hooded crane was collected in Isahaya City, Nagasaki Prefecture, and a simple test was conducted on the same day. There have been reports. This case is a suspected outbreak of highly pathogenic avian influenza in wild birds. In the future, we will conduct genetic testing for this case to confirm whether it is highly pathogenic avian influenza. In response to this report, we will designate an area within 10 km around the collection point as a priority area for wild bird monitoring and strengthen wild bird monitoring.
      ...
      https://www.env.go.jp/press/111118_00044.html

      -----------------------------------------

      November 25, 2022
      natural environment

      Status of occurrence of highly pathogenic avian influenza in wild birds (positive confirmation, Ichinoseki City, Iwate Prefecture (43rd case in wild birds in Japan))
       
      A dead individual of a whooper swan recovered in Ichinoseki City, Iwate Prefecture on Friday, November 11, 2021 was genetically tested at the National Institute for Environmental Studies. On the 25th (Friday), it was reported that a highly pathogenic avian influenza virus (H5 subtype) was detected. This case is the first confirmed case of highly pathogenic avian influenza in wild birds in Iwate Prefecture this season (the 43rd case in Japan). Designate a 10-km radius around the collection point as a priority area for wild bird monitoring, and strengthen wild bird monitoring.

      ...
      https://www.env.go.jp/press/111118_00043.html

      -----------------------------------------------------

      November 25, 2022
      natural environment

      Status of occurrence of highly pathogenic avian influenza in wild birds (suspected case, Urahoro Town, Hokkaido)
       
      On November 23, 2020 (Wednesday) in Urahoro-cho, Hokkaido, a white-tailed eagle designated as a domestic endangered species of wild fauna and flora based on the Act on the Conservation of Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (Act on Conservation of Species) 1 It was reported that dead feathers were collected and a simple test was conducted on November 24 (Thursday), and a positive reaction to type A avian influenza virus was confirmed. This case is a suspected outbreak of highly pathogenic avian influenza in wild birds. In the future, we will conduct genetic testing for this case to confirm whether it is highly pathogenic avian influenza. In response to this report, we will designate an area within 10 km around the collection point as a priority area for wild bird monitoring and strengthen wild bird monitoring.
      ...
      https://www.env.go.jp/press/111118_00042.html


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      "Safety and security don't just happen, they are the result of collective consensus and public investment. We owe our children, the most vulnerable citizens in our society, a life free of violence and fear."
      -Nelson Mandela

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      • #4
        Japan - Influenza A viruses of high pathogenicity (Inf. with) (non-poultry including wild birds) (2017-) - Follow up report 4

        GENERAL INFORMATION
        COUNTRY/TERRITORY OR ZONE
        COUNTRY/TERRITORY

        ANIMAL TYPE
        TERRESTRIAL

        DISEASE CATEGORY
        OIE-listed

        EVENT ID
        4634

        DISEASE
        Influenza A viruses of high pathogenicity (Inf. with) (non-poultry including wild birds) (2017-)

        CAUSAL AGENT
        Highly pathogenic avian influenza virus

        GENOTYPE / SEROTYPE / SUBTYPE
        H5N1

        START DATE
        2022/09/24

        REASON FOR NOTIFICATION
        Recurrence of an eradicated disease

        DATE OF LAST OCCURRENCE
        2022/05/13

        CONFIRMATION DATE
        2022/09/28

        EVENT STATUS
        On-going

        END DATE
        -

        SELF-DECLARATION
        NO

        REPORT INFORMATION
        REPORT NUMBER
        Follow-up report 4

        REPORT ID
        FUR_158077

        REPORT REFERENCE
        -

        REPORT DATE
        2022/11/30

        REPORT STATUS
        Validated

        NO EVOLUTION REPORT
        -

        EPIDEMIOLOGY
        SOURCE OF EVENT OR ORIGIN OF INFECTION
        Unknown or inconclusive

        EPIDEMIOLOGICAL COMMENTS
        No epidemiological comment

        QUANTITATIVE DATA SUMMARY

        MEASURING UNIT
        Animal

        SpeciesSusceptibleCasesDeathsKilled and Disposed ofSlaughtered/ Killed for commercial useVaccinated

        Northern Pintail (WILD)NEW-1 1---TOTAL-1 1---
        Greater White-fronted Goose (WILD)NEW------TOTAL-2 2 0 0 0
        Peregrin falcon (WILD)NEW------TOTAL-3 3---
        Hooded crane (WILD)NEW-344 344---TOTAL-409 409---
        White-naped crane (WILD)NEW-13 13---TOTAL-13 13---
        All species
        NEW-358 358---
        TOTAL-428 428 0 0 0

        DIAGNOSTIC DETAILS
        CLINICAL SIGNS
        YES
        ...

        NEW OUTBREAKS

        OB_109576 - IZUMI-CITY26
        OB_109575 - IZUMI-CITY25
        OB_109574 - IZUMI-CITY24
        OB_109573 - IZUMI-CITY23
        OB_109572 - IZUMI-CITY22
        OB_109571 - IZUMI-CITY21
        OB_109570 - IZUMI-CITY20
        OB_109569 - IZUMI-CITY19
        OB_109568 - IZUMI-CITY18
        OB_109567 - IZUMI-CITY17
        OB_109566 - IZUMI-CITY16
        OB_109565 - IZUMI-CITY15
        OB_109564 - IZUMI-CITY14
        OB_109563 - IZUMI-CITY13
        OB_109562 - IZUMI-CITY12

        PREVIOUSLY REPORTED OUTBREAKS

        OB_109447 - IZUMI-CITY11
        OB_109446 - IZUMI-CITY10
        OB_109445 - IZUMI-CITY9
        OB_109444 - IZUMI-CITY8
        OB_109443 - IZUMI-CITY7
        OB_109442 - IZUMI-CITY6
        OB_109441 - IZUMI-CITY5
        OB_109440 - IZUMI-CITY4
        OB_109439 - IZUMI-CITY3
        OB_109438 - IZUMI-CITY2
        OB_109437 - IZUMI-CITY1
        OB_108720 - NIIGATA-CITY1
        OB_108719 - KURIHARA-CITY2
        OB_108718 - MINAMIECHIZEN-TOWN1
        OB_108255 - KURIHARA-CITY 1
        OB_107162 - ISEHARA-CITY1

        ...
        https://wahis.woah.org/#/in-review/4634
        "Safety and security don't just happen, they are the result of collective consensus and public investment. We owe our children, the most vulnerable citizens in our society, a life free of violence and fear."
        -Nelson Mandela

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        • #5
          Japan - Influenza A viruses of high pathogenicity (Inf. with) (non-poultry including wild birds) (2017-) - Follow up report 8

          GENERAL INFORMATION
          COUNTRY/TERRITORY OR ZONE
          COUNTRY/TERRITORY

          ANIMAL TYPE
          TERRESTRIAL

          DISEASE CATEGORY
          OIE-listed

          EVENT ID
          4634

          DISEASE
          Influenza A viruses of high pathogenicity (Inf. with) (non-poultry including wild birds) (2017-)

          CAUSAL AGENT
          Highly pathogenic avian influenza virus

          GENOTYPE / SEROTYPE / SUBTYPE
          H5N1

          START DATE
          2022/01/11

          REASON FOR NOTIFICATION
          Recurrence of an eradicated disease

          DATE OF LAST OCCURRENCE
          2022/05/14

          CONFIRMATION DATE
          2022/09/29

          EVENT STATUS
          On-going

          END DATE
          -

          SELF-DECLARATION
          NO

          REPORT INFORMATION
          REPORT NUMBER
          Follow-up report 8

          REPORT ID
          FUR_159157

          REPORT REFERENCE
          -

          REPORT DATE
          2023/02/06

          REPORT STATUS
          Validated

          NO EVOLUTION REPORT
          -

          EPIDEMIOLOGY
          SOURCE OF EVENT OR ORIGIN OF INFECTION
          Unknown or inconclusive
          EPIDEMIOLOGICAL COMMENTS
          ...

          QUANTITATIVE DATA SUMMARY
          MEASURING UNIT
          Animal

          SpeciesSusceptibleCasesDeathsKilled and Disposed ofSlaughtered/ Killed for commercial useVaccinated
          Northern Goshawk (WILD)NEW-1 1---TOTAL-1 1---
          Northern Pintail (WILD)NEW------TOTAL-1 1---
          Eurasian Wigeon (WILD)NEW------TOTAL-1 1---
          Mallard (WILD)NEW-11---TOTAL-3 3---
          Greater White-fronted Goose (WILD)NEW------TOTAL-2 2 000
          Grey Heron (WILD)NEW-1 1---TOTAL-1 1---
          Eastern Buzzard (WILD)NEW-1 1---TOTAL-2 2---
          Large-billed Crow (WILD)NEW-8 8---TOTAL-13 13---
          Tundra Swan (WILD)NEW------TOTAL-2 2---
          Whooper Swan (WILD)NEW-4 4---TOTAL-8 8---
          Mute Swan (WILD)NEW-5 5---TOTAL-5 5---
          Peregrin falcon (WILD)NEW-3 3---TOTAL-8 7 1--
          Red-crowned Crane (WILD)NEW--1---TOTAL-1 1---
          Hooded crane (WILD)NEW-2 2---TOTAL-1119 1119---
          White-naped crane (WILD)NEW------TOTAL-5 0 50---
          White-tailed Eagle (WILD)NEW-33---TOTAL-3 3---
          Steller's Sea Eagle (WILD)NEW-11---TOTAL-1 1---
          Slaty-backed Gull (WILD)NEW------TOTAL-2 2---
          Black Kite (WILD)NEW------TOTAL-1 1---
          Oriental Stork (WILD)NEW------TOTAL-1 1---
          All speciesNEW-3031---TOTAL-1225 1224 1 00
          ...

          NEW OUTBREAKS

          OB_113437 - TAKAMATSU-CITY1...
          OB_113457 - HAMAMATSU-CITY2...
          OB_113459 - TATEBAYASHI-CITY1
          OB_113458 - MIYASHIRO-TOWN1
          OB_113456 - IWATA-CITY1
          OB_113455 - RYUGASAKI-CITY4
          OB_113454 - HANAMAKI-CITY1
          OB_113453 - RYUGASAKI-CITY3
          OB_113452 - OKAYAMA-CITY1
          OB_113451 - RYUGASAKI-CITY2
          OB_113450 - SENDAI-CITY3
          OB_113449 - SHIBECHA-TOWN1
          OB_113448 - HAMATONBETSU-CITY1
          OB_113447 - ABASHIRI-CITY2
          OB_113446 - TADOTSU-TOWN1
          OB_113445 - OTAWARA-CITY1
          OB_113444 - RYUGASAKI-CITY1
          OB_113443 - HAKODATE-CITY1
          OB_113442 - KUSHIRO-CITY2
          OB_113441 - ATSUMA-TOWN1
          OB_113433 - NANAE-TOWN1
          OB_113432 - TOYAMA-CITY1
          OB_113431 - ISAHAYA-CITY2
          OB_113430 - SHARI-TOWN4
          OB_113428 - KESENNUMA-CITY2
          OB_113427 - KESENNUMA-CITY1
          OB_113426 - ISAHAYA-CITY1
          OB_113425 - URAHORO-TOWN1

          UPDATED OUTBREAKS

          OB_110690 - KUSHIRO-CITY1...

          PREVIOUSLY REPORTED OUTBREAKS

          OB_109576 - IZUMI-CITY26...
          OB_109575 - IZUMI-CITY25
          OB_109574 - IZUMI-CITY24
          OB_109573 - IZUMI-CITY23
          OB_109572 - IZUMI-CITY22
          OB_109571 - IZUMI-CITY21
          OB_109570 - IZUMI-CITY20
          OB_109569 - IZUMI-CITY19
          OB_109568 - IZUMI-CITY18
          OB_109567 - IZUMI-CITY17
          OB_109566 - IZUMI-CITY16
          OB_109565 - IZUMI-CITY15
          OB_109564 - IZUMI-CITY14
          OB_109563 - IZUMI-CITY13
          OB_109562 - IZUMI-CITY12
          OB_109447 - IZUMI-CITY11
          OB_109446 - IZUMI-CITY10
          OB_109445 - IZUMI-CITY9
          OB_109444 - IZUMI-CITY8
          OB_109443 - IZUMI-CITY7
          OB_109442 - IZUMI-CITY6
          OB_109441 - IZUMI-CITY5
          OB_109440 - IZUMI-CITY4
          OB_109439 - IZUMI-CITY3
          OB_109438 - IZUMI-CITY2
          OB_109437 - IZUMI-CITY1
          OB_108720 - NIIGATA-CITY1
          OB_108719 - KURIHARA-CITY2
          OB_108718 - MINAMIECHIZEN-TOWN1
          OB_108255 - KURIHARA-CITY 1
          OB_107162 - ISEHARA-CITY1
          OB_112578 - IZUMI-CITY66
          OB_112577 - IZUMI-CITY65
          OB_112576 - IZUMI-CITY64
          OB_112575 - IZUMI-CITY63
          OB_112574 - IZUMI-CITY62
          OB_112573 - IZUMI-CITY61
          OB_112572 - IZUMI-CITY60
          OB_112571 - IZUMI-CITY59
          OB_112570 - IZUMI-CITY58
          OB_112569 - IZUMI-CITY57
          OB_112568 - SAPPORO-CITY2
          OB_112567 - IZUMI-CITY56
          OB_112566 - IZUMI-CITY55
          OB_112565 - IZUMI-CITY54
          OB_112564 - IZUMI-CITY53
          OB_112563 - IZUMI-CITY52
          OB_112562 - IZUMI-CITY51
          OB_112561 - IZUMI-CITY50
          OB_110925 - IZUMI-CITY49
          OB_110924 - IZUMI-CITY48
          OB_110923 - IZUMI-CITY47
          OB_110922 - IZUMI-CITY46
          OB_110921 - IZUMI-CITY45
          OB_110920 - IZUMI-CITY44
          OB_110919 - IZUMI-CITY43
          OB_110917 - IZUMI-CITY41
          OB_110918 - IZUMI-CITY42
          OB_110685 - MARUGAME-CITY1
          OB_110678 - SENDAI-CITY1
          OB_110686 - HIMEJI-CITY1
          OB_110798 - IZUMI-CITY40
          OB_110797 - AKUNE-CITY1
          OB_110796 - IZUMI-CITY39
          OB_110795 - IZUMI-CITY38
          OB_110794 - IZUMI-CITY37
          OB_110699 - TAINAI-CITY1
          OB_110709 - IZUMI-CITY36
          OB_110708 - IZUMI-CITY35
          OB_110707 - IMIZU-CITY1
          OB_110706 - MUKAWA-TOWN1
          OB_110705 - IZUMI-CITY34
          OB_110704 - IZUMI-CITY33
          OB_110703 - IZUMI-CITY32
          OB_110702 - IZUMI-CITY31
          OB_110701 - YAKUMO-TOWN1
          OB_110698 - NAKASHIBETSU-TOWN1
          OB_110697 - SENDAI-CITY2
          OB_110696 - IZUMI-CITY30
          OB_110694 - IZUMI-CITY29
          OB_110693 - IZUMI-CITY28
          OB_110692 - IZUMI-CITY27
          OB_110689 - OBIHIRO-CITY1
          OB_110688 - SHARI-TOWN3
          OB_110687 - ABASHIRI-CITY1
          OB_110684 - ODATE-CITY1
          OB_110683 - TSURUOKA-CITY1
          OB_110682 - SHARI-TOWN2
          OB_110681 - SHARI-TOWN1
          OB_110680 - HYUGA-CITY1
          OB_110679 - KANNONJI-CITY1
          OB_110677 - ISHINOMAKI-CITY1

          https://wahis.woah.org/#/in-review/4634
          "Safety and security don't just happen, they are the result of collective consensus and public investment. We owe our children, the most vulnerable citizens in our society, a life free of violence and fear."
          -Nelson Mandela

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