Global poultry industry on high alert after bird flu outbreaks

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New outbreaks of bird flu have been reported across Europe and Northern Asia.

The disease has also caught the attention of global health officials, with 21 people in China being infected with the virus.

Al Jazeera’s Tony Cheng reports.

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