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December 05, 2005

Two human cases in eastern Romania?

Sofia News Agency in Bulgaria reports two men in eastern Romania are suspected of having avian flu.

Two men have been hospitalized in Tulcea in Eastern Romania over fears that they have been infected with the deadly bird flu strain H5, local Averia newspaper reports.

The two men have been isolated as a precautionary measure and their health condition is subjected to constant observation. At present the only confirmed diagnose in pneumonia, the head of the local Public Health Directorate said.

Posted by dymaxion at December 5, 2005 09:35 PM

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