Bird flu: Not panic, I want awareness

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Why fight with bird flu ?



Avian influenza or bird flu, not human. So what is the reason for so much fuss around the world about it – the question is many. It’s hard to find people who haven’t had the flu at some point in their lives. We have experience with seasonal flu or seasonal influenza. Bird flu is a new experience.

Bird flu bird flu, bird flu; But people are no longer protected. Virus. Deadly. The nature is constantly changing. The virus of a simple character can change its nature and become fatal.


The bird flu virus is the same. Another terrifying species could create a new virus a rapidly spreading epidemic এসে that could come into contact with humans at any time instead of character. That’s why there’s so much fuss about it.

From bird flu to human flu

Influenza ‘B’ usually occurs in humans. Influenza ‘A’ occurs in humans and birds. flu is caused by the A virus. Some of its strains or subspecies are very deadly. Avian influenza (AI) viruses again contain less harmful and more harmful subspecies or strains.

H5N1 subspecies has caused more outbreaks of bird flu so far. This is because the H5N1 virus has so far been transmitted from birds to humans. The H5N1 highly pathogenic avian influenza virus carries the highest risk of being infected with human flu from bird flu.

Where is the cause of fear

Bird flu does not spread from person to person. If a person is infected with poultry, that person only gets the disease and dies if not treated in time. Poultry have bird flu germs in their intestines. And when it enters humans, the virus stays in the human lungs. It enters through the nose and mouth. This means that the germs can be transmitted to the lungs by inhalation from the droppings of infected poultry. People who raise chickens and birds, clean them, slaughter them, skin them, cut them – can also get the germs through their noses. Acute shortness of breath can lead to death. The fear is here.

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How bird flu spreads ?

Suppose you keep four ducks and four chickens in a small barn in your backyard. These lay eggs and provide nutrition. Leave the chickens in the morning. Enter the barn in the evening. The ducks go to the nearby pond and the chickens go back and forth.


When a wild bird, marine or winter guest infected with the H5N1 virus flies, it leaves its droppings in a pond, where your ducks float – water is transmitted from feces, ducks are transmitted from water. Infected ducks live in the same pen with the chickens. As a result, it spread from duck to chicken.

In the morning he opened the barn and fed the poultry and took eggs as usual. The virus has spread among you. People have been affected in this way in different countries of the world. Those who work on poultry farms, or buy and sell poultry, slaughter-dressing, slaughtering and cooking are also at risk.

And that is why it is important to kill chickens in poultry. Isn’t a human life worth more than 10,000 chickens to prevent infection?

Novel or new virus can cause pandemic or epidemic

Avian and human influenza viruses can mutate into a novel or a whole new virus through mutual mutations. In the last century, such incidents occurred in 1917, 1956 and 1966 worldwide epidemics. International experts are speculating that H5N1A is a potential virus that could spawn a new pandemic in this century.

When an epidemic crosses geographical boundaries, it is called pandemic. The pandemic Spanish flu (H1N1) in 1917-19 killed four million people, the pandemic Asian flu (H2N2) in 1958-56 killed two million people and the pandemic Hong Kong flu (H3N2) in 1978-79 killed more than seven million people worldwide.

Experts fear another possible pandemic from the global avian flu. The World Health Organization has made extensive preparations to deal with such pandemics.
Let’s work together to prevent bird flu and save the world from another terrible epidemic.

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