Indonesia bird flu deaths reinforce need for vigilance

Two Indonesians died from avian influenza in January, spurring health officials to remind local populations of the virus's continued threat.

By Pradipta Lakshmi for Khabar Southeast Asia in Jakarta -- 25/01/12

January 24, 2012


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