Poultry workers in south vaccinated against avian flu

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March 11, 2012 17:21

 
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Public health nurses in Beersheba and Ashkelon have vaccinated in recent days some 50 farmers in Moshav Holit and Moshav Shalva in the south who were exposed to avian flu from their chickens.

These include relatives of poultry farms and Agriculture Ministry staffers who were brought in to destroy the affected fowl.

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