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All reported cases of Avian flu in wild birds

Chief vet says no cases in kept birds on Island so far

All cases of Avian flu recorded on the Isle of Man during the current outbreak have occurred in wild birds.

Government's chief vet has told Manx Radio that while a significant risk remains for kept birds, none have so far been affected by the virus.

Cases of Avian flu in the UK continue to rise steadily with London's Swan population the latest to be affected.

Dr Amy Beckett says the current outbreak shows no sign of abating:

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