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  • Indonesia: Bird flu in poultry in East Jakarta

    Source: http://www.beritajakarta.com/read/31...g#.V04WHtdpehc

    Google translation:

    2 Tails Chickens in Bird Flu Positive Jaktim
    reporter: Nurito | editor: Nani Suherni | Tuesday, May 31, 2016 18:45

    After a long time no hear, cases of bird flu re-emerged in East Jakarta. At least two chickens Sumiran, a resident of RT 04/02 Rambutan, Ciracas, tested positive for bird flu.

    "The results of laboratory tests, from the five samples, two were positively AI subtype H5. The other three negatives AI"

    Head of the Department of Marine, Agriculture and Food Security (KPKP) East Jakarta, Bayu Sarihastuti said the findings bird flu cases have originated the reports of citizens. On May 26, there are five chickens belonging Sumiran, died suddenly.

    "Hear No chickens died suddenly, we directly pursue. Five chickens were buried that we dismantle and taken to the lab," said Bayu, Tuesday (31/5).

    All five dead chickens and a blood sample taken to the Veterinary Public Health Laboratory. As a result, two of which tested positive for the H5N1 virus or bird flu.

    "The results of laboratory tests, from the five samples, two were positively AI subtype H5. The other three negatives AI," said Bayu.

    To prevent transmission of the bird flu virus, these days it directly using liquid sterilization by spraying pesticides. It ensures no bird flu virus spread in the environment.

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    116 chickens die in East Jakarta, two had bird flu

    News Desk
    The Jakarta Post

    Jakarta | Wed, June 1 2016 | 07:11 pm

    City administration officials on Wednesday visited a location in Rambutan subdistrict, Ciracas district, East Jakarta, where 116 chickens have died, and confirmed that two birds had suffered from bird flu.

    “We have conducted biosecurity measures to eliminate viruses within a radius of 500 meters from the location,” Jakarta Maritime, Agriculture and Food Sovereignty office head Bayu Sari Astuti said in East Jakarta on Wednesday.

    The 116 chickens, including the two suspected of carrying the bird flu virus, were owned by Sumiran, a resident of Rambutan.

    Astuti stressed that no residents had been infected with bird flu
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    http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2...-bird-flu.html
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    • #3
      According to Detik News it is H5N1.
      “Addressing chronic disease is an issue of human rights – that must be our call to arms"
      Richard Horton, Editor-in-Chief The Lancet

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