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Tech & Science Further relaxation at bird flu

19:40  04 may  2021
19:40  04 may  2021 Source:   express.de

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chickens can be pecked back in the open air: The stable duty for poultry has been repealed for the urge of Erfurt and for the United Kingdom area, as the city administrations of the two municipalities announced on Tuesday. The poultry pest therefore applies as extinct in both areas. Thus, poultry products such as eggs and meat can be transported from the stocks.

Hühner eines Geflügelbauern laufen über eine Wiese. © Daniel Karmann / DPA Chickens of a poultry farmers run over a meadow.

Previously, several other counties had already repealed the stable duty. This had been gradually adopted in wide parts Thuringia, after being demonstrated in March for poultry influenzaVirus H5N8 on a poultry house in the Weimar country and also known further cases.

For people, bird flu is considered harmless. Although experts from the Robert Koch Institute and the Friedrich-Loeffler Institute do not exclude a transfer of H5N8 viruses to people, but refer to that such illness cases have not yet been observed in people.

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