Scientists sound alarm over bird flu mutations
1 month ago - By RT
The virus has spilled over to mammals across the world and could potentially transfer to humans, researchers claim
Health officials from Europe and the US are calling for international action to tackle the spread of avian influenza as fears grow that the virus could mutate and spread among humans. A number of mammals have been found to be carrying a mutated version of the pathogen amid the largest ever outbreak of bird flu.
The H5N1 virus has already killed some 208 million birds around the world. But the latest figures show there have also been at least 200 recorded cases of mammals...
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