Experts warn of rapidly spreading avian virus, risk of next human pandemic
Experts urge countries to prioritize the vaccination of their poultry populations to curb the spread of avian influenza. The virus has rapidly evolved and become more infectious, resulting in year-round outbreaks and spreading to new areas.
Experts have issued warnings about the rapidly changing nature of the virus causing record cases of avian influenza in birds worldwide. They are calling for countries to prioritize the vaccination of their poultry populations to curb the spread of the virus. While the risk to humans remains relatively low, the increasing number of bird flu cases in mammals has raised concerns among experts.