The case of the vanishing pandemic: Deadly bird flu flies the coop in the US
Getty Images | PRAKASH SINGH reader comments 14 Share this story In November of 2014, a highly pathogenic strain of bird flu from Eurasia called H5N2 landed in North America—in a Canadian turkey farm east of Vancouver, to be exact. From there, the virus quickly spread and mutated into new varieties, including H5N1, fanning fears it would vault to humans...
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