Poultry vaccines News

News published on November 2, 2004:

UK - Maintain salmonella vaccination to safeguard egg industry progress

Egg producers should take steps to ensure that their flocks are protected against salmonella infection right through to the end of lay. "We have been informed that an EU salmonella survey means that faeces/d...
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BHR Communications
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News published on October 19, 2004:

Asia - Vietnam considers bird flu vaccine usage

Vietnam is preparing for the use of vaccines to cope with bird flu which has reappeared in some southern provinces, including sending experts to Chinese Hong Kong for research and testing effects of the vaccine...
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Xinhua News Agency
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News published on October 12, 2004:

Asia - Thailand wants to develop bird flu vaccine

Thailand officials said Monday they plan to develop a bird flu vaccine to protest humans from the disease that has already killed 11 people in Thailand. Thai Deputy Public Health Minister Dr. Suchai Charoenr...
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Big News Network
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News published on October 1, 2004:

Int’l - WHO Bird Flu Expert Urges Speeding Vaccine

The top World Health Organization (WHO) influenza expert said on Friday drug companies and governments had to speed up production of bird flu vaccines or risk a pandemic which could kill thousands of people. ...
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Reuters
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News published on August 25, 2004:

Australia - Bird flu vaccine on trial

A new and promising bird flu vaccine will be tested on chickens at a high security Geelong research facility. The trial for the experimental vaccine to protect against the deadly H5N1 strain of avian influe...
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Geelong Info
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145 0
News published on August 18, 2004:

Int'l - Chiron Wins Bird Flu Vaccine Deal

Chiron Corp has won a contract to develop a human vaccine against a strain of bird flu that can infect people and "has the potential to trigger a modern-day pandemic," the U.S. government said on Tuesday. Th...
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Reuters
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News published on July 30, 2004:

Thailand - Bird Flu Vaccination Debate Offers Lessons

A debate unfolding in Thailand over the merits of vaccinating poultry to save them from the lethal avian influenza virus may offer lessons to Asian countries with an eye towards the inoculation. Driving it ...
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Inter Press Service
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News published on July 30, 2004:

Int’l - UN to support wider use of bird flu vaccine

The UN Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) will revise its guidelines to increase support of poultry vaccination in order to contain the spread of bird flu, according to a statement issued on 28 July. Until...
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Sci Dev Net
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News published on July 29, 2004:

Int’l - UN agency seeks wider vaccination to combat bird flu

A United Nations agency will urge wider use of a vaccine among birds to help stop the continuing spread of a virus that is deadly to birds and a threat to human health, an official said Thursday. The guidel...
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International Herald Tribune
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News published on July 23, 2004:

Int’l - Bird flu resurfaces in parts of Indonesia, prompting vaccination drive

Avian flu has resurfaced in parts of Indonesia, prompting officials to launch a massive campaign to vaccinate chickens, the government announced Wednesday. Dr. Tri Satya Putri Naipospos, director of animal ...
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The Canadian Press
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146 0
 
 
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