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  • Commonground
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  • Shiloh
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    Source: http://www.kapuaszone.co.cc/2010/01/...sitif-flu.html

    Ribuan Ayam Mati Mendadak Positif Flu Burung
    Senin, 04 Januari 2010

    Google translation:

    Thousands of Chickens Die Sudden AI Positive
    Monday, 04 Januari 2010

    Kuala Kapuas - Thousands of chickens die in a number of districts in Kapuas District, certainly due to the bird flu virus infection (H5N1). This was after the chickens died organ sample was conducted studies and laboratory testing to Banjarbaru vateriner V Regional South Kalimantan, and the results tested positive.


    "Positive results of bird flu virus after invistigas team in cooperation with the Assessment and Testing Center of regional V Vateriner Banjarbaru do research on chicken samples, such as orgam, blood serum, and SWAB," said Head Ranch Kapuas, Ir Yansi Rani in conference on Monday (4 / 10) in the Office of Animal Husbandry Department Singleton road Bungai Kapuas Kuala Kapuas.

    According to him, orgam chicken samples were taken from dead chickens in some districts, like District Square Island, Strait, East Kapuas, and Basarang. The number of specimens taken are as many as 82 samples.

    Stone Village Sub Basarang Nindan found 3 positive cases of bird flu in domestic poultry. Kuala Kapuas in 1 case was found positive of bird flu in broiler origin Pleihari South Kalimantan Province. "Positive bird flu in animals only birds, whereas humans have so far been reported infected," he said.

    Rani Yansi explained, the number of chicken deaths suddenly started early December 2009 until January 3, 2010 based on reports of field officers for the 3909 District Basarang tails, tails 560 Strait, Island Square, 953 tails, Lower Kapuas, 422 tails, 255 East Kapuas tail, Glum Kapuas 500 tails, and District of Kuala Kapuas numbered as many as 16 tails. "So the total of all chickens died in the 7 districts of 6615 amounted to tail," he explained.


    The actions taken his part, said Rani Yansi, continue to spraying disinfectant into a chicken coop. Meanwhile, the dead chickens were buried. In addition, it also further improve surveillance of poultry out of the entry of animals into this area. "Supervision also we increase again," he said.

    In the same occasion, Chief of Health Kapuas, Dr. Handa Ningroem Ani said, bird flu is a disease affecting poultry and can spread to humans. With a high mortality rate in birds. The reason is that the avian influenza virus type A sub-type H5N1.

    "But so far infected with the deadly virus on a number of chickens in this area that until now there has been no report infectious humanity.
    However, we have made efforts to anticipate, "said Annie familiar greeting. (Kzone)

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  • Shiloh
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    Source: http://www.mediaindonesia.com/read/2...am-Dimusnahkan

    Diduga Terserang Flu Burung, Ribuan Ayam Dimusnahkan
    Minggu, 03 Januari 2010 16:29 WIB

    Google translation:

    Having suspected bird flu, Chicken Thousands of destroyed

    Sunday, 03 Januari 2010 16:29 pm
    Writer: Denny Saputra

    BANJARMASIN-MI: Thousands of broiler chickens or beef cattle property in the village of Sejelai, District Mine Birthdays, Tanah Laut, South Kalimantan, died suddenly.


    Because of suspected bird flu or avian influenza (AI), the local Animal Husbandry Department was forced to do mass culling thousands of chickens in the area.

    Head of Animal Health, Animal Husbandry Department Soedarman Tanah Laut, Sunday (3 / 1), said the death of thousands of chickens owned by a farmer in the village of Seijelai occurred since last week. Guess while, these cattle bird flu and to prevent the spread of this virus had done mass destruction, "he said.

    According Sudarman, it has made efforts to halt the spread of the virus by the burning of poultry are infected, including the cage. The number of broiler chickens that were destroyed reached 5000 tails.

    "So far we continue to conduct monitoring in the field, the pertenakan in other locations in the Land of the Sea," he said.

    At least there Seijelai Village chicken farm with 25 chickens reach the tail 30.000an partners of large-scale rancher in Banjarmasin.

    Bird flu had occurred in Tanah Laut regency in 2005, where tens of thousands of chickens had to be destroyed. Currently poultry population in the district agriculture and livestock center in South Kalimantan is more than one million head.

    While in South Kalimantan broiler population reached 20 million fish, chicken laying two million fish and chicken around eight million head.
    The level of chicken consumption Kalsel community every day to reach 50,000 tails. Some production of poultry and eggs sent to the province of South Kalimantan Central Kalimantan and East Kalimantan neighbors. (DY/OL-7)

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  • Shiloh
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    Still waiting for test results
    Source: http://www.kalimantanpost.com/kalten...di-kapuas.html

    Ribuan Ayam Mati Mendadak di Kapuas
    Kamis, 31 Desember 2009 13:42

    Google translation:

    Thursday, December 31, 2009 13:42

    Thousands of Chickens Die in Kapuas Sudden

    KUALA KAPUAS, KP - Thousands of chickens in Kapuas District, Central Kalimantan (Central Kalimantan) died suddenly, so that the Office of livestock (Disnak) local standard procedure to handle bird flu (H5N1).
    `` From the symptoms of a dead chicken is a bit like bird flu, but we were not sure because we are still waiting for lab test results from samples Banjarbaru of these dead chickens, "said Chief Disnak Kapuas, through the Head of Animal Health Rudjito drh, to the press in Kuala Kapuas, Wednesday.


    He also said the results of tests conducted while the side of a dead chicken samples, almost no similarities between the symptoms of bird flu disease and ND malignant disease.

    From the results of tests conducted while the samples of chickens that died suddenly, was found bleeding in the intestines, brains, a bluish color on the head, and mucus.

    But it can not specify the cause of death of thousands of chickens are without any laboratory test results on samples of chickens that died suddenly had sent it to the laboratory in Banjarbaru.


    He said the areas most widely reported was a sudden dead chicken found in the area Basarang District, and District Square Island. Chicken is owned by property entrepreneur and poultry farms.

    `` This incident is taking place in the last week and handling we do to anticipate the worst that is suitable handling procedures bird flu, "he said.
    The handling is done he burned and buried the dead chickens and sprinkled lime on top.


    In addition it has also been distributed to residents disifektan that this time his side had run out of stock and had requested assistance to Disnak Kalteng disifektan.

    Department has appealed to residents to be examined at the health center if the body was hot after a chicken that died suddenly around the house.

    The number of chickens that died suddenly it makes people in the district especially in the village Basarang Tambun Raya worried.

    `` This morning's six neighboring chickens died suddenly, "said Nyoman Veda, who claims he has 15 chickens also experience the same thing.


    He also said that not a few people around who sell the chicken immediately with reason to fear the chickens are infected with the disease is unknown. (ant/K-5)

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  • Shiloh
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    Source: http://www.banjarmasinpost.co.id/rea...k-kontrol-ayam

    Petugas Disnak Kontrol Ayam
    Kamis, 31 Desember 2009 | 14:13 WITA

    Toggletext translation:

    The official Disnak the Control of the Chicken
    on Thursday, December 31 2009 | 14:13 WITA

    PELAIHARI, on Thursday - the technical Official Disnak Harmonious since last week till today every day continued to control the pen of the livestock of the piece chicken d the Sei Jelai Kecamatn Tambang Ulang Village followed the assumption of the attack of the bird flu illness (AI) to some local livestock.
    The Head of Sector Keswan drh Soedarman said for a month in front of five chicken coops in Sei j Barley that was found by the AI case was emptied to be sterilised. (idda royani)

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  • Shiloh
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    Source: http://www.kapuaszone.co.cc/2009/12/...-mendadak.html

    Ratusan Ayam Mati Mendadak
    Rabu, 30 Desember 2009

    Disnak Lakukan Penyemprotan
    Google translation:

    Hundreds of Sudden Death Chicken
    Wednesday, December 30, 2009

    Disnak Do Spraying

    KUALA KAPUAS - Kapuas District Animal Husbandry Department to spray disinfectant or liquid to killer germs after hundreds of chickens died suddenly in several subdistricts in Kabupaten Kapuas.

    In addition to spraying, Animal Husbandry Department is also committed arson against the hundreds of dead chickens and then buried into the ground.
    Head of Animal Husbandry Department Kapuas, Rani Yansi through the Office of Animal Health Kabid Drh Rudjito said that the effort they do it is one of precaution, even though hundreds of chickens died of the people has not been established because of the bird flu virus (H5N1). "Certainly there are preventive measures, although the cause has not been established because the bird flu virus," said Rudjito, Wednesday (30/12).

    This time it continues to monitor and control the number of places in relation found hundreds of chickens died suddenly. It did spraying disinfectant into a chicken coop. Meanwhile, the dead chickens were buried.

    As for taking samples of the dead chickens, which he said has been done by sending samples to a laboratory chicken organs in South Kalimantan, Banjarbaru. But the results in the near future will soon be known. "We're still waiting for the results of examination of samples taken, hopefully in the near future we will soon know the outcome," said Rudjito.

    He revealed, the total number of chickens that died were as many as 218 fish in various areas such as the Village District Basarang Bungai Jaya were 63 tails, Sub Island 15 tail Petak, 15 Channel Sub tail and villages Basarang Batuah District 15 tails, while the majority of the Village Raya Tambun.

    "Asked the residents if there is a chicken that died suddenly, immediately burned and buried the chickens are not to be left long in the cage or discarded disembarang places," said Drh Rudjito. (kzone)

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  • Shiloh
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    Source: http://www.metrotvnews.com/index.php...g-belum-Jelas-

    Penyebab Kematian Ribuan Ayam di Kalteng belum Jelas
    Nusantara / Rabu, 30 Desember 2009 10:31 WIB

    Google translation:

    Causes of Death in Central Kalimantan Thousands of Chickens (not) yet clear
    Nusantara / Wednesday, December 30, 2009 10:31 pm

    Metrotvnews.com, Palangkaraya: Agriculture and animal husbandry (Distanak) Kalimantan Tengah (Central Kalimantan) have not dared to conclude that thousands of chickens died suddenly in the last two weeks in Pulang District Knives and Kapuas, Central Kalimantan, contracted bird flu.

    Head Distanak Ir Tute Lelo, Wednesday (30/12), in Palangkaraya said, until now it was still waiting for results of laboratory animals that are likely Banjarbaru out in three days. "The team of Distanak already down. However, we are still waiting for the results labotarium whether there are indications that the bird flu or because the transition seasons change," he said.

    Tute admitted sudden death has occurred on a large number of poultry animals. However, he said, events like this often happens every year during the transitional season makes the chicken becomes weak physically. In addition, there are no reports of other animals that experienced a similar incident in addition to chicken.

    When pressed if there are indications of bird flu, saying that Tute Lelo these possibilities could happen. However, once again affirmed, this time, it is still waiting for test results.

    Earlier, thousands of chickens owned by the villagers Mantaren II, Sub Kahayan Lower, Back Knife died suddenly. The incident had lasted over a period of two last week. Following a similar incident in Kapuas district. Approximately 218 head of cattle chickens residents of four districts, namely Strait, Basarang, Lower Kapuas, and Pulau Petak sudden death. The characteristics of dead chickens, namely the heart looks a bit charred and swollen face. In fact, there are chicken bleeding from his nose. (MI / ICH)

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  • Shiloh
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    Cause of death yet to be determined
    Source: http://www.banjarmasinpost.co.id/rea...-mendadak-mati

    Ratusan Ayam Mendadak Mati
    Selasa, 29 Desember 2009 | 19:53 WITA

    Google translation:

    Hundreds of Chicken Sudden Death
    Tuesday, December 29, 2009 | 19:53 PST


    PALANGKARAYA, TUESDAY - Chicken Farmers in Central Kalimantan overcome anxiety. Last week, hundreds of poultry farmers in some places the dam suddenly die first incident in the village of Lower Mantaren Sub Kahayan this PULANGPISAU District and the Village followed Raya Tambun Basarang Kapuas district and surrounding areas.

    Head of Agriculture and Animal Husbandry Central Kalimantan province, Tute Lelo, Tuesday (29/12/2009) admitted had received information about the problem. It has reduced the team to help the team in the two districts were.

    Even so, Tute claimed not to know the cause of death of hundreds of chicken. It is still waiting for results of laboratory examination of samples in Banjarbaru, Kalsel.Dia wish it was not caused by a dangerous disease such as bird flu or something.


    (noorjani aseran)

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  • Shiloh
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    Source: http://www.mediaindonesia.com/read/2...ng-Dimusnahkan


    Unggas Terjangkit Flu Burung Dimusnahkan
    Selasa, 29 Desember 2009 08:30 WIB

    Google translation:

    Bird flu infected poultry were destroyed
    Tuesday, December 29, 2009 08:30 pm 0 Comments 0 0

    LAMPUNG - MI: Department of Animal Husbandry (Disnak) City Metro, Bandar Lampung which destroyed dozens of birds infected with bird flu positive, so that no further spread to other areas.

    "The destruction is done for avian bird flu dipastian, so its spread can be controlled,"
    said Chief Postal Administration Sub-Section Animal Health, Metro City, Vita Maharjanti, at Metro City on Tuesday (29/12).

    He explains, culling of birds was done mainly in endemic areas of bird flu, as in the District of West Metro and South Metro. "In that area, previously found in hundreds of chickens died suddenly," he said.

    Thus, he continued, in recent weeks is a virus "Avian Influenza" (AI) is the cause of bird flu has really spread the five districts in Metro.


    He added, final disposal of poultry is owned by four people (KK), which amounted to 39 chickens. "All the birds that are destroyed when the type of chicken," he explained.

    After doing the destruction, it also provides compensation or reimbursement that burned poultry, among them for a large chicken that is Rp15 thousand per head, Rp12.500/ekor pullet, and a small chicken Rp2.500/ekor.

    He said, in the year 2009 budget that provided for compensation for culling poultry Rp28 million, and when compared to 2008 last year, the budget is much smaller compensation for last year reached Rp29, 7 million.

    "Not all the budget last year culling of birds can be realized, because many people are reluctant to destroy his poultry. Therefore, this year's budget is derived poultry culling compensation," he said.

    Further, he argued, funds that culling of poultry AI virus is derived from fund income and expenditure budget area (budget) Mertro City.

    "To the residents, if any signs menndadak dead chickens should be immediately reported to the officer, because the bird flu virus that could endanger human safety," he explained.

    Meanwhile, earlier had found that chickens died suddenly due to the positive of bird flu reached 643 tail, was in two districts, namely the tail at the Metro 320 South and 323 tails in Metro West.

    Pascaditemukannya hundreds of chickens infected with bird flu, trying Disnak City Metro semaksimalnya anticipate the spread of AI virus, so are not easily spread to other areas. (Ant/OL-04)

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  • Shiloh
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    Source: http://www.radarlampung.co.id/web/la...demi-h5ni.html


    Enam Kecamatan Endemi H5NI
    Rabu, 23 Desember 2009 02:11

    Google translation:

    Home Lampung Raya Lamtim - District Six Lamsel endemics H5NI
    District Six endemic H5NI
    Wednesday, December 23, 2009 02:11

    KALIANDA - Department of Animal Husbandry (Disnak) South Lampung set of six local districts as a zone of endemic bird flu virus (H5NI). The six districts are jatiagung, Natar, Kalianda, Sidomulyo, Katibung, and Penengahan.
    Kadisnak Lamsel dr. A. Khandri explained, the intensity of bird flu cases in the six districts were fairly high because it has a farm. In 2009, the District found jatiagung least six cases of bird flu that attacks livestock; two cases in the village of Karanganyar; and each one case in Jatimulyo, Margodadi, Rejomulyo, and Margakaya.
    While in District Natar found two cases: in the village of Candimas and Hajimena. In Sub Kalianda also found two cases, namely in the Village and Sub-District Merakbelantung Kalianda.
    For Sub Sidomulyo found two cases. Namely in the village of Sidorejo and Sidowaluyo. While mediation is found in the District is one case in the village of TATAAN. Similarly Katibung District found one case in the Village Babatan.
    ''However, in 2008 the case was also found H5NI in District Katibung and mediation,''he explained yesterday. When giving explanations, accompanied Kabid Khandri animal health (keswan) drh. Great Kusmartuti.
    Although the six endemic districts was stated H5NI, Kandri claim the number of cases in H5NI in Lamsel lower in 2009 than 2008. Where, in the last year in 35 cases. Meanwhile, this year only 17 cases.
    ''We will try to prevent the spread of this virus,''said former Disnak Lamsel Kabid this Keswan.
    Some efforts work unit (satker) is to prevent the spread of the virus in poultry memvaksianasi, by providing disinfectant, do the spraying in the cages of poultry farms, and to disseminate to the public for raising healthy. So as to avoid the spread of bird flu.
    In 2010, no less than 300 thousand vaccine to vaccinate poultry in Lamsel. ''We have proposed assistance to the province this vaccine. We hope to be realized,''he added. (*)

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  • Shiloh
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    Source: http://www.mediaindonesia.com/read/2...elatan-Menurun

    Kasus Flu Burung di Lampung Selatan Menurun
    Selasa, 22 Desember 2009 12:50 WIB

    Google translation:

    Case of Bird Flu Found in South Lampung
    Tuesday, December 22, 2009 12:50 pm

    KALIANDA - MI: The number of cases of bird flu on poultry in South Lampung regency (Lamsel) in 2009 decreased compared with 2008.

    Head of Animal Health and Veterinary Public Health (Keswan Kesmavet) Department of Animal Husbandry of South Lampung Regency Grand Kusmartuti, Tuesday (22/12) during the 2008 cases of bird flu and as many as 35 cases in 2009 decreased to 17 cases. "Based on the rapid test, all cases found in a number of districts Lamsel District positive bird flu virus," he said.

    Agung said the number of cases of attacks on citizens poultry tend to decrease from the 3000 birds in 2008 to about 600 birds in 2009. He said, from 35 cases of the highest attack occurred in January and March of 2008. At that time, attacks on poultry occur every day sedentary in every village in the District Court Teak, Merbau Mataram, Palas, Bakauheni, Palas, Saxony Way, mediation, Kalianda. Ketapang, and Sidomulyo.

    Whereas in 2010, was noted 23 cases of bird flu occurred in the District jatiagung, Sidomulyo, Palas, Rajabasa, Tanjung Bintang and Kalianda. "All these cases have been handled by the Animal Husbandry Department with socialization, education and spraying disinfectant into a cattle pen residents within 200 meters from the location of the bird flu cases," he said.

    In 2010, Animal Husbandry Department expects the spread of bird flu cases on poultry can be minimized by tightening the monitoring to a number of vulnerable areas. "The team will also move more quickly alerted to the coming years," said Agung.

    South Lampung is endemic areas of bird flu infections. From 2008 to 2009 has recorded 52 cases of bird flu cases, which resulted in more than 4,000 birds which abruptly H5N1 virus. (Ant/OL-06)

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  • Shiloh
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    Source: http://www.tempointeractive.com/hg/n...214361,uk.html

    Bandung Not Free Yet of Avian Flu
    Thursday, 17 December, 2009 | 14:09 WIB

    TEMPO Interactive, Bandung:Bandung is not yet free from the avian flu virus although the number of birds dying from the infection has decreased although the threat of infection from fowl from other cities remained open.



    Endang Sulistiowati, Bandung Agriculture Office chief in charge of Animal Disease Prevention and Eradication, said eight cases were found throughout the year and 378 fowls have been eradicated. “These are normally chicken that died because of the avian flu virus,” she said. Last year, there were 10 to 20 cases in 10 districts.



    Data from the Agriculture Office recorded that the avian flu cases were found in eight areas, some of which borders with Bandung. These areas are Campaka, Sukaraja, Ciroyom, Cigadung, Batununggal, and Jatihandap.

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  • Shiloh
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    Source: http://www.radarsulteng.com/berita/i...nggai&id=61199

    Berita Parimo-Touna-Banggai
    Kamis, 17 Desember 2009
    Terkena Flu Burung, 25 Ekor Ayam Mati Mendadak

    Google translation:

    Thursday, December 17, 2009
    Affected by bird flu, 25 chickens died suddenly (Central Sulawesi)

    LUWUK - The case of bird flu appears again in the village Samadoya, Kintom District, Banggai District. A total of 25 chickens died suddenly of local residents. The case of avian influenza, is the first after the agency express authority Banggai bird flu-free. Chickens were destroyed immediately by burning all the dead chickens tested positive for the dangerous disease.


    Eradication Coordinator for bird flu, Agriculture Department Drh Banggai Erwin Radar Huruji to Sulawesi, Tuesday (15/12) said, Banggai bird flu-free yet. Actually, many cases of bird flu occurred in the community, but not reported.

    Dikatakanya, she decided access to information and reports of occasional cases of bird flu caused the behavior that is not reported to the officers. This is because, people feel fear with the mass culling of chickens impact to the chicken that is not affected by the disease.


    There is also due to ignorance of the community, so that reports of the case only by word of mouth. After bird flu cases, the new officers know, but the actions of field officers sometimes it's too late.

    For that, people are suggested to be reported if found cases of bird flu, so that treatment is not quickly resolved and the human impact. Erwin said the case of avian influenza in Banggai district has reached hundreds of tails and spread to almost all districts in Banggai regency. (Rd)

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  • Gert van der Hoek
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    Majalengka, West Java ::: AI outbreak in chickens

    December 16, 2009

    Majalengka, West Java – About six hundred chickens in two villages of Kabupaten Majalengka stated to have died of avian influenza (AI) infection according to local Livestock Service. Two AI affected villages were Desa Baribis, Kecamatan Cigasong and Kampung Leuweung Peundeuy, Desa Palabuan, Kec Sukahaji.

    Prior to this incident similar case was reported from Kecamatan Jatiwangi, where about 175 chickens died of AI infection.

    A local described that chicken death had been occurred since former week. At that moment people presumed the death of chickens was a usual incident during rainy season. It is also reported that those sick chickens were apparently healthy prior to the day they were found to have died.

    An officer of Participatory Disease Surveillance and Response for Avian Influenza of Livestock Service Kabupaten Majalengka mentioned that those chickens died of AI infection. Diagnosis was made based on physical signs observed such as red spots in leg and head, also bluish of comb. “It seems AI virus has been spreading about a week, because all those chickens were actually healthy before,” said the officer.

    In mean time, control measure has been taken by cleaning and disinfecting all chickens in AI infected area. Livestock service will continue observation to those areas up to two weeks ahead. Chicken samples will be sent to laboratory in Bandung for confirmation.

    Health service of Kabupaten Majalengka also to collect blood samples of people in infected areas to check any possible bird to human transmission. However, until now no report of fever or other AI infection signs in human.

    Source: Indonesia local newspaper, Pikiran Rakyat.

    http://newspaper.pikiran-rakyat.com/...tail&id=116348

    ===AvianInfluenzaIndonesia===

    http://birdflucorner.wordpress.com/

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  • Treyfish
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    Back rampant AI
    Tuesday, 15 December 2009
    MAJALENGKA (SI) - At least 300 chickens owned by residents Baribis Village, District Cigasong and Palabuan Village, District Sukahaji, Majalengka, West Java, died suddenly due to H5NI virus (bird flu).


    Officers Participatory Disease Search And Response (PDS) District Agriculture Office Majalengka Ojat justify hundreds of chicken died suddenly because of the positive of H5N1 virus (bird flu). This is based on the rapid test Baribis Village and Village Palabuhan. "We got the rash symptoms in the feet, head, and bluish comb. We suspect the virus has spread a week ago, "said Ojat. (taofik hidayat)http://www.seputar-indonesia.com/edi...t/view/290576/

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