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[英伦广角] 2014-11-22 英国养鸭场发现禽流感病例 6年来首次

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Bird Flu Outbreak At Duck Farm In Yorkshire


Farms and food factories are on alert after officials confirm the first serious case of the virus in the UK for six years.

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The duck egg farm at the center of the first bird flu outbreak in Britain for 6 years is locked down. Government agency officials have taken control. Farm workers noticed a drop in the number of eggs being laid here a week ago, followed by large numbers of the duck dying. They caught infects last week. Ministerial officials came on Friday and took swabs and blood samples to be sent away for testing for bird flu. Those tests came back positive for the H5 strain, not dangerous to humans, but potentially devastating for Britain’s farmers.

If this turns out to be the same strain of virus as in Germany and the Netherlands, then 3 outbreaks is not a comfortable place to be if we don’t know how the virus is getting from place to place.

The 6000 ducks here will have to be slaughtered while all poultry and captive birds movements are controlled in the surrounding area. A 10-km radius surveillance zone is now centered on the farm. Birds and animals can not be removed without permission from farms where poultry or captive birds are kept. And even tighter rules are in place on farmers and members of the public who have poultry or captive birds within a 3-km radius. But in the Netherlands, they are worried about the risk to humans of an outbreak of a much more infectious strain of bird flu, H5M8 which has been discovered in a poultry farm.

We all looked to contain this outbreak as quick as we possibly can. But we are at the early stage here now and we are also conscious that there have been cases elsewhere in Europe and they may well be linked. So we will be working with our colleagues in other countries and the European Commission too.  

In the center of the village where the outbreak occurred, there is a duck pond, most locals here seem unconcerned by the restrictions.

I am happy really, I mean you can only control so much and I think that’s what we have controlled.

You don’t worry about these things. Feed into the food chain or anything.

I have not seen any restrictions or anything, and you? Nope.

Ministeria officials are working to identify where this disease came from and whether this is the only outbreak.

SKY News, Nafferton, east Yorkshire.
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The duck egg farm at the center of the first outbreak of bird flu in Britain for 6 years is locked down. Government agency officials have taken control. Farm workers noticed a drop in the number of eggs being layed here a week ago, followed by a large numbers of ducks' dying. They called in vets last week, ministerial officals came on Friday and took swobs and blood samples to be sent away for testing for bird flu. Both tests came back positive for the  H5 strain not dangerous to humans, but potentially devastating for Britain's farmers. If this turns out to be the same strain of virus as in Gemany and Netherlands, then 3 outbreaks is not comfortalbe place to be if we don't know how the virus is getting from place to place. The 6000 ducks will have to be slaughtered here while all poutry and captive birds movement are controlled in the surrounding area.  A 10kms radius surveillance zone is now centered on the farm. Birds and animals can't be moved without permission from the farm where poutry or captive birds are kept. Even tighter rules are in place on farmers and members of public who have poutry or captive birds within a 3km radius. But in Netherlands they are worried about the risks to humans, but the break of much more infectious strains of bird flu H5N8 which has been discovered in a poutry farm. We will look to contain this outbreak as quick as we possibly can. Bur we are at the earlier stage here now,and we are also conscious that there have been cases elsewhere in Europe and may well be links,so we will be working with our colleagues in other countries in European Commission too. In the center of the village where the outbreak occured, there is a duck pond,most locals here seemed unconcerned by the restrictions. I'm quite happy,really,I mean you can never control so much of the things we want to control. We don't worry about these things,certainly, if we forget things to fowl change or anything. About similar restriction of anything of you?No. Ministerial officials are working to identify where the desease come from and whether this is the only outbreak.
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The duck egg farm at the center of the first bird flu outbreaking in Britain for 6 years is locked down. Government agency officials have taken control. Farm workers noticed a drop in the number of eggs being laid here a week ago, followed by large numbers of the duck dying. They caught infects last week. Ministerial officials came on Friday and took swabs and blood samples to be sent away for testing for bird flu. Those tests came back positive for the H5 strain, not dangerous to humans, but potentially devastating for Britain’s farmers.

If this turns out to be the same strain of virus as in Germany and the Netherlands, then 3 outbreaks is not a comfortable place to be if we don’t know how the virus is getting from place to place.

The 6000 ducks here will have to be slaughtered while all poultry and captive birds movements are controlled in the surrounding area. A 10-km radius surveillance zone is now centered on the farm. Birds and animals can not be removed without permission from farms where poultry or captive birds are kept. And even tighter rules are in place on farmers and members of the public who have poultry or captive birds within a 3-km radius. But in the Netherlands, they are worried about the risk to humans of an outbreak of a much more infectious strain of bird flu, H5M8 which has been discovered in a poultry farm.

We all looked to contain this outbreak as quick as we possibly can. But we are at the early stage here now and we are also conscious that there have been cases elsewhere in Europe and they may well be linked. So we will be working with our colleagues in other countries and the European Commission too.  

In the center of the village where the outbreak occurred, there is a duck pond, most locals here seem unconcerned by the restrictions.

I am happy really, I mean you can only control so much and I think that’s what we have controlled.

You don’t worry about these things. Feed into the food chain or anything.

I have not seen any restrictions or anything, and you? Nope.

Ministeria officials are working to identify where this disease came from and whether this is the only outbreak.
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[Homework]2014-11-22 英国养鸭场发现禽流感病例 6年来首次

The duck egg farm at the centre of the first bird flu outbreak in Britain for six years is locked down, government agency officials have taken control. Farm workers noticed a drop in the number of eggs being laid here a week ago, followed by large numbers of the ducks dying, they called in vets last week, ministry officials came on Friday and took swabs and blood samples to be sent away for testing for bird flu, both tests came back positive for the H5 strain, not dangerous to humans, but potentially devastating for Britain's farmers.If this turns out to be the same strain of virus as in Germany and in the Netherlands, then three outbreaks is not a comfortable place to be if we don't know how the virus is getting from place to place.
The 6,000 ducks here will have to slaughtered while all poultry and captive bird movements are controlled in the surrounding area, a 10 km radius surveillance zone is now centred on the farm, birds and animals can't be moved without permission from farms where poultry or captive birds are kept, and even tighter rules are in place on farmers and members of the public who have poultry or captive birds within a 3 km radius, but in the Netherlands they are worried about the risk to humans by an outbreak of a much more infectious strain of bird flu H5N8 which has been discovered in a poultry farm.
We will look to contain this outbreak as quickly as we possibly can, but we are at the earlier stage here now, and we are also conscious that there have been cases elsewhere in Europe and there may well be links, so we will be working with our colleagues in other countries and European Commission too.
In the centre of the village where the outbreak occurred there is a duck pond, most locals here seem unconcerned by the restrictions.
I'm quite happy really, i mean you can only control so much, i think that's what we have to control.
We don't worry about these things, * get to the food chain or anything.
I have not seen restriction or anything, no.
Ministry officials are working to identify where the disease came from and whether this is the only outbreak.

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The duck egg farms at the centre of the first bird flu outbreaking Britain for six years is locked down. Government agency officials have taken control. Farm workers noticed the drop in the number of egg being laid here a week ago, followed by large numbers of duck dying. They called in vets last week. Minister officials came on Friday and took swops and blood samples to be sent away for testing for bird flu. Those tests came back positive for the H5 strain, not dangerous for humans but potentially devastating for Britain farmers. If it turns out to be the same strain of virus as in Germany and Netherland, then three outbreaks is not a comfortable place to be, if we don’t how the virus gets to place to place. The six thousand ducks here will have to be slaughtered, while all poultry and captive bird movements are controlled in the surrounding area. A ten kilometers radiance survallance camera is now centered on the farm, birds and animals can’t be moved without permission from farms where poultry or captive birds are kept. Even title rules in the place farmers and members of publics who have poultry or captive birds within a three-kilometer radiance. But in the Netherland they are worried about the risk to humans, the outbreak of much more infectious strain of bird flu H5N8 which has been discovered in a poultry farm.

We are looked to contain this outbreak as quick as we possibly can. But we are at the earlier stage here now. And we are also conscious that there has been cases elsewhere in Europe and may well beings. So we will work with our colleagues in the other countries in the European commission too.

In the centre of the village where the outbreak occurred, there is a duck pond and most locals here seem unconcerned by the restrictions.

Minister officials are working to identify where the disease came from and whether this is the only outbreak.
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The duck egg farm at the center of the first bird flu outbreak in Britain for six years is locked down. Government agency officials have taken control. Farm workers noticed a drop in the number of eggs being laid here a week ago, followed by large numbers of the ducks dying.

They called in vets last week. Ministry officials came on Friday and took swabs and blood samples to be sent away for testing for bird flu. Those tests came back positive for the H5 strain, not dangerous to humans, but potentially devastating for Britain’s famers.

“If this turns out to be the same strain of virus as in Germany and the Netherlands, then three outbreaks is not comfortable place to be if we don’t know how the virus is getting from place to place.”

The 6,000 ducks here will have to be slaughtered while all poultry and captive bird movements are controlled in the surrounding area. A 10km-radius surveillance zone is now centered on the farm. Birds and animals can’t be moved without permission from farms where poultry or captive birds are kept. And even tighter rules are in place on farmers and members of the public who have poultry or captive birds within a 3km radius.

But in the Netherlands, they are worried about the risk to humans, with an outbreak of a much more infectious strain of bird flu H5N8 which has been discovered in a poultry farm.

“We will look to contain this outbreak as quick as we possibly can. But we are at the early stage now and we are also conscious that there have been cases elsewhere in Europe and they may well be linked. So we will be working with our colleagues in other countries in the European Commission too.”

In the center of the village where the outbreak occurred, there’s a duck pond. Most locals here seem unconcerned by the restrictions.

“I’m happy really(?). I mean, you can only control so much and I think that’s what we have controlled.”

“You don’t worry about these things, you know, feed into the food chain or anything.”

“I have not seen any restrictions or anything, and you?”

“No.”

Ministry officials are working to identify where the disease came from and whether this is the only outbreak.

Gerard Tubb, Sky News, Nafferton, East Yorkshire.
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The duck egg farm at the center of the first bird flu outbreak in Britain for 6years is locked down. Government agency officials have taken control. Farmworkers noticed a drop in the number of eggs being laid here a week ago,followed by large numbers of the ducks dying. They caught infects last week.Ministerial officials came on Friday and took swabs and blood samples to besent away for testing for bird flu. Those tests came back positive for the H5strain, not dangerous to humans, but potentially devastating for Britain’sfarmers.



If this turns out to be the same strain of virus as in Germany and theNetherlands, then 3 outbreaks is not a comfortable place to be if we don’t knowhow the virus is getting from place to place.



The 6000 ducks here will have to be slaughtered while all poultry and captivebirds movements are controlled in the surrounding area. A 10-km radiussurveillance zone is now centered on the farm. Birds and animals can not beremoved without permission from farms where poultry or captive birds are kept.And even tighter rules are in place on farmers and members of the public whohave poultry or captive birds within a 3-km radius. But in the Netherlands,they are worried about the risk to humans of an outbreak of a much more infectiousstrain of bird flu, H5M8 which has been discovered in a poultry farm.



We all looked to contain this outbreak as quick as we possibly can. But we areat the early stage here now and we are also conscious that there have beencases elsewhere in Europe and they may well be linked. So we will be workingwith our colleagues in other countries and the European Commissiontoo.  

In the center of the village where the outbreak occurred, there is a duck pond,most locals here seem unconcerned by the restrictions.

I am happy really, I mean you can only control so much and I think that’s whatwe have controlled.

You don’t worry about these things. Feed into the food chain or anything.



I have not seen any restrictions or anything, and you? No.

Ministeria officials are working to identify where this disease came from andwhether this is the only outbreak.

SKY News, Nafferton, east Yorkshire.
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