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May 01, 2006

Dutch allow domestic poultry outdoorsSacBee -- Health & Science News

AMSTERDAM, Netherlands (AP) - The Netherlands' Agriculture Ministry lifted an order keeping all domestic poultry indoors on Monday, as fears over an outbreak of bird flu eased. Among their immediate neighbors, only the Netherlands and Belgium were spared confirmed cases of wild birds infected with the H5N1 strain that is potentially lethal for humans. Germany, Britain, Denmark and France, all reported cases.

Posted by dymaxion at May 1, 2006 08:44 PM

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