No Bird Flu Virus Identified in Humans
24 May, 2007
ISLAMABAD: The blood tests of two suspects have been cleared of carrying Avian Influenza commonly known as bird flu. Both the men were employees of the poultry farms affected by Bird Flu virus in the area of Chak Shahzad Islamabad.
While talking to Online, Director General National Institute of Health Masood Anwar said that no Bird Flu Virus has been identified in human beings in any part of Pakistan however health Ministry keeps vigilant eye over the situation and wherever we get information of bird flu virus in birds and chicken we immediately get the blood of poultry workers for test.
The tests are conducted to control flow of bird flu virus in human beings.