Chickens Culled in Taiwan After H5N2 Detection

TAIWAN - About 58,000 chickens were culled in Taiwan after local agricultural authorities found chickens in two farms tested positive for H5N2, a strain of avian flu that poses no risk to humans, local media reported on Saturday, 3 March.
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