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www.chinaview.cn 2006-05-30 10:55:13

    BUCHAREST, May 29 (Xinhua) -- A total of 115 outbreaks of avianflu had now been reported in Romania, according to Agriculture Ministry spokesman Adrian Tibu on Monday.

    The number of reported outbreaks had increased by 27 on Monday alone, Tibu said. The total as of Sunday was just 88 outbreaks.

    The bird flu was spreading very rapidly in Romania, Tibu added.

    Currently, just two of the six districts of the Romanian capital have not reported any outbreaks.

    Local authorities on Monday continued large-scale disinfection and quarantines in the districts with reported outbreaks, as well as culling poultry raised by residents. Enditem

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