(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)
[March 3, 2006] When a dead cat on the island of Rügel in the Baltic Sea makes headlines in the national press, is mentioned on the Dagsrevyen and gets the NTB to send an urgent message, it is fearlessness that rears in the nation. The bird flu may have already reached us. If not, it's just before. Sweden has already been hit and has implemented stringent measures, such as a large security zone around the site where two infected peaks were found on Tuesday. The same is part of the contingency plan in Norway.
Real and unreal dangers lurk around the house walls in safe Scandinavia. If the H5N1 virus mutates so that it is transmitted from person to person, it can cause. . .
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