Vietnam is to test anti-bird flu vaccine on monkeys, mice and chickens as another probable human case of bird flu is reported in the Mekong Delta over the weekend.
The Central Hygiene and Epidemiology Institute in Hanoi will test anti-avian influenza on monkeys, white mice and chickens in the first quarters of this year, it said on Sunday.
That would be the latest effort of a long process that started in April last year when the institute commenced its research on the H5N1 strain of the bird flu virus, the institute told the HCMC-based newspaper Nguoi Lao Dong.
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