VILNIUS - Amid reports of bird flu outbreaks in Poland, Lithuania's veterinary authority assured consumers on Tuesday that no infected meat has reached the Lithuanian market, but urged poultry farms in the country to take additional preventive measures.
Seven outbreaks of bird flu were confirmed in the neighboring country between late December and January 6, forcing the culling of tens of thousands of birds.
Marius Masiulis, head of emergency response at the Lithuanian State Food and Veterinary Service, says all af...
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