Hong Kong begins mass chicken cull after H7N9 virus found (31)

ABC News.net.au 2014.01.28 09:30
Hong Kong has begun a mass cull of around 20,000 chickens after the deadly H7N9 bird flu virus was discovered in a batch of poultry imported from mainland China. Officials wearing masks and protective suits piled dead chickens into black plastic bags at a wholesale market in Hong Kong where the virus was discovered on Monday. "It (the culling) has started.
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