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PostPosted: Thu Jan 08, 2015 6:39 am 
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Media reports describe H5N8 in white stock in zoo in Rostcok Germany.

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Bird flu case in Rostock Zoo
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Main entrance of the Rostock Zoo © picture-alliance Photographer: Bernd WüstneckA White Stork in Rostock Zoo is apparently suffering from bird flu.
In Rostock Zoo there is a case of avian flu. The affected animal is for information of NDR 1 Radio MV a white stork. Which pathogen type, the bird has been infected, is still under investigation. The eight other white storks had to be killed, it said. The zoo was closed as a precaution on Thursday morning, according to the Landwirtschaftsministerioums in Schwerin.

Even today, more action
Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Minister of Agriculture Till Backhaus (SPD) had already phoned the morning zoo director Udo nail. Apparently, the laboratory tests to be gained. A spokesman for the Department of Agriculture said today more decisions are made. It's probably the question of whether other animals have to be killed. After the bird flu case in November in a turkey operation in Heinrichswalde most birds were housed in stables, said the zoo.

Cases in Western Pomerania and Lower Saxony
In early November was H5N8 Virus at a turkey growing operation in Vorpommern Heinrichswalde and shortly thereafter at a wild duck on Rügen been found. Later, there were also cases in Lower Saxony . It was a highly contagious variant which seemed previously only in Asia. As part of the security measures were about 1,000 animals culled and examines been carried out without further pathogen-proof. Also, all 31,000 turkeys of the affected plant in Heinrichswalde were killed. There was a nationwide barn duty prescribed. Hazards to consumers, there was not loud authorities. There were no animals slaughtered in the diseased population and entering the food chain. In mid-December which was kept indoors canceled inRisk areas it is true but still.

Background: Avian influenza - Avian influenza - Influenza Chickens
Avian influenza, avian flu, chicken influenza - the epidemic has different names, meaning often the same. The term "avian influenza" is the oldest and represents the severe course with many deaths, regardless of the pathogen. Since it is clear that it is flu viruses, does veterinarians around the world have agreed to the term "bird flu". Depending on the species of poultry is concerned, is spoken of chicken, goose, or duck influenza. In those established in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern H5N8 pathogen is, according to the Ministry of Agriculture is a highly contagious subtype of avian influenza. So far, H5N8 occurred exclusively on in Asia and has now been demonstrated for the first time in Europe. Transmission to humans has not been identified so far. Last 2013 cases of bird flu in Germany were announced in February and December. This was about the H5N1 virus. Approximately 14,500 ducks in Brandenburg and hundreds of ostriches and chickens in the Black Forest fell victim to the virus. The first cases of bird flu in Germany occurred in February 2006 on the island of Rügen in swans.

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Bird flu at the zoo of Rostock . H5N8 detected in a White Stork.http://www. regierung-mv.de/cms2/Regierung sportal_prod/Regierungsportal/de/lm/_Service/Presse/Aktuelle_Pressemitteilungen/index.jsp?&pid=90100 …

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Rostock In White stork at the zoo avian influenza H5N8 detected. Zoo closed for the time being. Eight other storks have to be killed.

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H5N8: New Strategy for avian influenza in Rostock Zoo

No 006/15. - 08/01/2015 - LU - Ministry of Agriculture, Environment and Consumer Protection
At the zoo of Rostock highly pathogenic avian influenza virus H5N8 was detected.

Minister Dr. Till Backhaus, the backgrounds and other measures today to 16 clock pose at a press conference.

Location: Ministry of Agriculture, Environment and Consumer Protection MV

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Representatives of the media are welcome to attend.

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Stork with H5N8 infected - Rostock Zoo closed
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Locked doors at Rostock Zoo. In a White Stork there the H5N8 virus was detected. He and eight other storks had to be killed.
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A White Stork in Rostock Zoo has been infected with the bird flu. The institution has therefore closed until further notice, a crisis team has been set up. Whether it is the causative agent is the H5N1 virus, is currently under investigation. The other eight white storks had to be killed, according to the zoo. Whether other animals are concerned, it is not clear by recent findings. The Ministry of Agriculture has scheduled a press conference for this afternoon by 16 clock.
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H5N8 with stork in German zoo
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Thursday, January 8th, 2015
Zoo in the northern German city of Rostock is highly pathogenic H5N8 avian influenza established by a stork. The eight other white storks were slain preventive German website reported animal-health-online.de.

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PostPosted: Thu Jan 08, 2015 7:37 am 
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Avian influenza virus H5N8
Infected white stork in Rostock Zoo
08/01/2015, 12:18 pm clock | dpa
White Stork infected in the Rostock Zoo with avian influenza virus H5N8.
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In Rostock Zoo there is a case of bird flu . As the city administration Rostock on Thursday reported a white stork has infected. According to information from the Ministry of Agriculture in Schwerin highly pathogenic H5N8 virus was detected. As the dpa learned the affected animal and the other eight white storks of the zoo have been killed.

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As reported by the Veterinary Zoos of the city has instructed to close the zoo for this Thursday.

Only on Wednesday bird flu was detected in northern Saxony-Anhalt in two wild ducks. The animals had been shot during the game monitoring on 31 December. In both animals, the Friedrich-Loeffler-Institut was detected on Riems the H5N8 virus.

In Mecklenburg-Vorpommern bird flu was (district of Vorpommern-Greifswald) erupted with the same pathogen in early November in an operation in Heinrichswalde with about 31,000 turkeys. About 2,000 animals died, the others were killed. Two weeks later the virus H5N8 was first in Europe in a wild bird on the island of Rügen in Ummanz - proven - a teal.

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: H5N8 in Germany once again discovered avian influenza in wild ducks

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Wild ducks in South Korea (archive picture): H5N8 virus probably originated in Asia
The bird flu virus H5N8 has been detected again in wild birds in Germany. Two mallards in Saxony-Anhalt were infected with the virus. In Rostock Zoo had to close on Thursday - a white stork is ill.


Rostock / Magdeburg / Stendal - In Rostock Zoo there is a case of avian flu. As the city administration Rostock on Thursday reported a white stork has infected. According to information from the Ministry of Agriculture in Schwerin highly pathogenic pathogen was H5N8 detected. More information about the case were not available initially.

Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Minister of Agriculture Till Backhaus (SPD) wants to inform the public in the afternoon. The zoo is closed on Thursdays.
In Saxony-Anhalt two wild ducks have been discovered with the dangerous bird flu virus H5N8. The animals had been shot during the game monitoring on 31 December, the district of Stendal said on Wednesday. The Friedrich-Loeffler-Institute (FLI) was detected at the two animals, the H5N8 virus.

In early December was discovered dead on the Elbe near Aken in Anhalt-Bitterfeld, in Saxony-Anhalt an infected Mallard. The previously circulating H5N8 virus in East Asia dangerous emerged in Europe in November first in a Putenhof in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania , Lower Saxony and later in several European countries .

So far, it is clear not clear whether the virus has come to wild birds or feed and poultry trade to Europe. The pathogen was first encountered in Korea. Migratory birds, which itself does not seem to suffer from them, could have brought the virus via Russia to Central Europe and transferred on animals in barns.

The FLI had nationwide in November a confinement of poultry recommended in regions with a high density of wild birds or near wild bird resting places. Reason for this was the discovery of a infected wild duck on November 17 on the island of Rügen . Diseases of people who were exposed to the H5N8 subtype, are not yet known.

http://www.spiegel.de/wissenschaft/natu ... 11848.html

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Bird flu in Rostock Zoo
White Stork infected with bird flu virus H5N8 - Rostock Zoo remains closed for the time being
JANUARY 8, 2015, BY STEFANIE


In Rostock Zoo bird flu has broken out. A stork had become infected.A case of bird flu was in the zoo of Rostock found. Highly pathogenic avian influenza virus H5N8 has been detected, reported by the Ministry of Agriculture. Minister Till Backhaus will explain at a press conference today afternoon for more backgrounds and measures. The city council confirmed, however, that a white stork have infected.
The zoo is closed for the time being.
In Rostock Zoo live among many other species, including white storks. There are two wild stork couples who have raised three boy last year. In addition, the zoo päppelt also become needy storks from the region. Fallen out of the nest young storks or injured adult storks obtained by maintaining a new chance of survival.

https://www.rostock-heute.de/vogelgripp ... logs.de%29

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