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UPDATED: 07:26, November 23, 2005
New Bird flu case found in another farm in western Canada
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A strain of North American bird flu virus which is "low pathogenic" was found in another commercial farm in Canada's western province of British Columbia, a health official announced on Tuesday.

The farm is within a radius of five kilometers of the Fraser Valley Duck and Goose Farm in Chilliwack, east of Vancouver, where a duck has tested positive for the H5 bird flu virus, the official with the Canadian Food Inspection Agency told reporters in a televised conference Tuesday afternoon.

Source: Xinhua


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