Avian influenza

Avian influenza

Avian influenza was not expected to cause disease in human beings.  However in 1997, an influenza epidemic broke out in Asia and North East Africa (WHO, 2011).  The avian subtype H5N1 had been incriminated for the several human diseases and deaths and was known to occur from infected poultry birds and farmyard animals as influenza A (CDC, 2009).  The WHO had worked with the aims of identification of new cases and made attempts to reduce animal health and public health risks (WHO, 2011).  The continuous effort by the World Health Organization had resulted in the WHO declaring that the world was not ready to contain an influenza epidemic in 2005.
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