More bodies adding to the puzzle, with H5(N1) now scattered in resident species – mainly songbirds – chiefly in Kowloon and on Hong Kong Island.
govt news release 21 Feb:
One of them was a dead Large-billed Crow removed by AFCD staff from Magnolia Road, Yau Yat Chuen [Kowloon] on February 18 upon a public referral.
The two other cases involved a Munia found dead on Repulse Bay Road and a White-backed Munia found dead on Queen’s Road East [both locations Hong Kong Island] on February 19. The carcasses were also collected by AFCD staff upon public referrals.
govt news release yesterday:
The carcass was collected from Lai On Estate on February 20