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Case of bird flu detected in Rio de Janeiro in Brazil reaches 162 occurrences of the disease

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Published Apr 15, 2024

Tridge summary

A recent confirmation of highly pathogenic avian influenza in a Trinta-réis-de-bando bird in Macaé, Rio de Janeiro, has increased Brazil's total reported cases to 162. These cases span across various states, predominantly affecting wild birds, but also impacting subsistence birds and marine mammals. The Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Supply (MAPA) is actively monitoring and investigating these cases, with three instances currently under scrutiny. This situation underscores the widespread nature of the avian influenza outbreak in Brazil.
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A new case of highly pathogenic avian influenza was confirmed by the platform of the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Supply (MAPA), dedicated to reporting occurrences of the disease in the country. The case was detected in a Trinta-réis-de-bando bird in Macaé, Rio de Janeiro. Thus, the country now has 162 cases of the disease, 3 in subsistence birds and 5 in marine mammals. There are still three cases being investigated by MAPA. TOTAL CASES OF BIRD FLU IN BRAZIL: 162 Espírito Santo: 33 (32 in wild birds and 01 in subsistence birds) Rio de Janeiro: 30 (wild birds) Rio Grande do Sul: 06 (03 in wild birds and 03 in marine animals) São Paulo: ...
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