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Bird flu case forces to kill 5.3 million chickens in Lowa

As bird flu spreads rapidly in the United States, it is estimated that 5 million chickens will be killed.

As the impact of the coronavirus dwindles, so does the spread of bird flu. The speed of bird flu in the United States is manifold. As the number of complaints is increasing day by day, there is panic. In addition, all provinces have stepped up precautionary measures to control bird flu. The U.S. state of Iowa has decided to kill more than 5 million chickens. .

The state government made the decision following the confirmation of bird flu at a poultry farm in Lowa State. More than 5 million chicks will be killed there. The second case of bird flu has been reported in Buena Vista County, 160 miles northwest of Des Moines.

It is estimated that about 5.3 million chickens there may have been infected with bird flu. Thus, the mother government has decided to take all the chickens on the farm. So far 12.6 million chickens have been killed. This includes chickens, hens and turkeys. Similar action is being taken in 8 provinces soon.

So far, bird flu has been confirmed in about 24 provinces. It is believed that the infection may have been spread by migratory birds. Bird flu has been spreading in Europe and Asia for the past one year. It is now beginning to spread more and more in the United States.

Bird flu can affect birds and animals, including poultry. It does not cause much harm to humans, but it is important to be careful. Individuals infected with the virus may sometimes need to be admitted to the ICU.

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