Egypt has reported another human death from H5N1 influenza, along with at least four outbreaks on poultry farms and 29 more outbreaks in household birds since February 1, according to the Center for Infectious Disease Research & Policy at the University of Minnesota.
The governates of Dakahlia had the highest number of poultry outbreaks at seven. Qalyubia had six and Menofia had five. Nine other governates were also affected, according to Egypt's Strengthening Avian Influenza Detection and Response.
Egypt has reported seven H5N1 cases in humans to the World Health Organization this year.