1. Russia Reports First H5N8 Bird Flu Cases of in Humans  Bloomberg Quicktake: Now
  2. IPC stresses that poultry meat is safe to eat amid H5N8 outbreaks  The Poultry Site
  3. Russia Just Alerted The WHO to The World's First Case of H5N8 Avian Flu in Humans  ScienceAlert
  4. Russia reports first human H5N8 avian flu cases  CIDRAP
  5. Avian influenza H5N8: Poultry meat remains safe to eat  WATTAgNet Industry News & Trends
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IPC stresses that poultry meat is safe to eat amid H5N8 outbreaks | The Poultry Site

Russia said Saturday that its scientists had detected the world's first case of transmission of the H5N8 strain of avian flu from birds to humans and had alerted the World Health Organization.Russia said Saturday that its scientists had detected the world's first case of transmission of the H5N8 strain of avian flu from birds to humans and had alerted the World Health Organization.

Russia Just Alerted The WHO to The World's First Case of H5N8 Avian Flu in Humans

In the wake of news reports that seven workers at a poultry farm in Russia are the first humans to be infected with the H5N8 strain of avian influenza, the International Poultry Council (IPC) believes it is important to reassure consumers that poultry meat is safe to eat.In the wake of news reports that seven workers at a poultry farm in Russia are the first humans to be infected with the H5N8 strain of avian influenza, the International Poultry Council believes it is important to reassure consumers that poultry meat is safe to eat.

Avian influenza H5N8: Poultry meat remains safe to eat | WATTPoultry

Seven poultry workers at a plant in southern Russia are infected;  the nation first reported the strain in poultry last year.Seven poultry workers at a plant in southern Russia are infected;  the nation first reported the strain in poultry last year.

Russia reports first human H5N8 avian flu cases | CIDRAP

Russian authorities have reported the first known cases of an avian influenza virus called H5N8 passing from poultry to humans.

Russia reports first cases of humans catching bird flu H5N8 | Live Science

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