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WHO continues to recommend that travellers to areas experiencing outbreaks of highly pathogenic H5N1 in poultry should avoid contact with live animal markets and poultry farms. Large amounts of the virus are known to be excreted in the droppings from infected birds. Populations in affected countries are advised to avoid contact with dead migratory birds or wild birds showing signs of disease.



Direct contact with infected poultry, or surfaces and objects contaminated by their droppings, is considered the main route of human infection. Exposure risk is considered highest during slaughter, defeathering, butchering, and preparation of poultry for cooking. There is no evidence that properly cooked poultry or poultry products can be a source of infection.



Countries located along migratory routes need to be vigilant for signs of disease in wild and domestic birds. Recent events make it likely that some migratory birds are now implicated in the direct spread of the H5N1 virus in its highly pathogenic form.





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Nehän valloittavat uimarannat ja laajat nurmialueet ja niiden jätökset ovat erittäin suuri ongelma ainakin täällä.Tosin nyt ovat vissiin jo lähteneet etelään muuttolintuja kun ovat, mutta kun keväällä taas saapuvat niin varmasti viimeistään silloin LI tännekin leviää...

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