Volume 12, Number 10—October 2006
Birds and Influenza H5N1 Virus Movement to and within North America
|1996||1st isolation; domestic geese, southern China (5)|
|1997–1998||Chickens, Hong Kong; 18 humans (6 deaths) (6)|
|1999||Geese, Hong Kong (7)|
|2001||Geese from China in Vietnam (8)|
|Nov 2002||Hong Kong poultry, other bird species in or near zoologic parks (7)|
|Feb 2003||Human travelers from Fujian Province (China) (9)|
|Dec 2003–Nov 2005||Poultry (mainly chickens) and humans: South Korea, Vietnam, Thailand, Hong Kong, Cambodia, Laos, Indonesia, China, and Malaysia (6)|
|Jan 2004||Wild birds: Hong Kong (10)|
|Feb 2004||Birds in a zoo collection: Cambodia (10)|
|Mar 2004||Wild bird: South Korea (10)|
|Oct 2004||Bird smuggled from Thailand into Belgium (11)|
|Apr–Jun 2005||Migratory birds: Qinghai Lake and Xinjiang Province, China (12)|
|Jul–Oct 2005||Poultry and wild waterfowl: Novosibirsk, Altai, Kurgansk, Omsk, and Tyumen regions, Asian Russia (13,14)|
|Aug 2005||Geese and other poultry: northern Kazakhstan, Tibet (13)|
|Aug 2005||Migratory waterfowl: northern Mongolia (15)|
|Aug–Oct 2005||Poultry and pigeons: Ural Territory, Russia (13)|
|Aug 2005||Wild waterfowl: Kalmykia, European Russia (13)|
|Oct 2005||Domestic turkeys: Western Asian turkey (13)|
|Oct–Nov 2005||Poultry and wild migratory birds: Romania, Ukraine (13)|
|Oct 2005||Wild birds: Thailand (15)|
|Oct–Nov 2005||Poultry, wild birds, some humans: 7 Chinese provinces (15)|
|Oct 2005||Migratory waterfowl: Croatia (13)|
|Oct 2005||Poultry: Tula and Tambov regions, European Russia (14)|
|Oct 2005||Quarantined birds from Taiwan in United Kingdom (16)|
|Jan 2006||Humans: Iraq (15)|
|Jan 2006||Poultry: Nigeria, India (Maharashtra) (15)|
|Feb 2006||Migratory waterfowl: Bulgaria, Greece, Italy, Slovenia, Bosnia, Azerbaijan, Iran, Georgia, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Hungary, France, Croatia, Slovakia, Bosnia (15)|
|Feb 2006||Poultry: Egypt, Cameroon, Niger, Ethiopia (15)|
|Mar 2006||Migratory birds: Sweden, Denmark, Serbia, Poland, Czech Republic (15)|
|Mar 2006||Poultry: Afghanistan, Pakistan, Albania, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon (15)|
|Apr 2006||Poultry: Burkina Faso, Côte d'Ivoire, Myanmar, Nigeria, Palestinian Autonomous Territories (15)|
|May 2006||Poultry: Sudan; migratory birds: United Kingdom (15)|
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