# 9982 Although Canada’s food Inspection Agency CFIA hasn’t exactly shouted the news from the highest rooftop, over the past several days their Avian Influenza Website has quietly updated a timeline and infected premises table showing a third Ontario farm has tested positive for the HPAI H5 virus. Timeline of Events - Notifiable Avian Influenza - Ontario – 2015 April 24 The CFIA notifies national industry associations and key
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Hubei Province – Credit Wikipedia # 9981 News of H7N9 coming out of China this year has been sparse, with many provinces simply posting a lump-sum figure buried in their EOM epidemiological reports (see More Than One Way to `Contain An Outbreak’), and so we don’t have a really good feel for how their 3rd wave of the virus has gone. It does seem likely – based at least on the sharp drop in exported H7N9 cases this year to Hong Kong –
For ages I have been planning to collect some of the main aspects I would like to see improved in an upgrade to the disaster we so euphemistically call an academic publishing system. In this post I’ll try to briefly […] ↓ Read the rest of this entry...