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Taiwan reports avian influenza on duck farm

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Just days after Japan confirms their first case of highly pathogenic avian influenza in 2018, Taiwan reports a new outbreak of the disease on their island.

Taiwan’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection and Quarantine Bureau reported that there was an outbreak of the virus on a duck farm. 39,000 ducks were on the farm in the town of Yenpu, and all the birds have been culled as a preventative measure.

The ducks are likely to have been infected with H5N2. . .

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