After coronavirus, another contagious bird flu virus is spreading in France.
According to foreign media, the bird flu virus is spreading inside chickens in a farm in northeastern France. Extremely harmful H5N8 avian influenza has been found in ducks, chickens, pigeons and turkeys. They have been slaughtered as a precaution to prevent the spread of the virus.
According to health officials, the virus was detected in 25 species of wild and domestic birds in August.
The current wave of bird flu in France is being described as more severe than the previous one. The current wave of bird flu viruses could force countries exporting poultry products to France to impose trade sanctions.
It should be noted that last winter, France killed 3 million birds due to bird flu.