Epidemiology of Zoonotic Influenza

Animal influenza viruses are different from human seasonal influenza virus and do not easily transmits to humans.  Zoonotic influenza viruses - animal influenza viruses that may occasionally infect humans through direct or indirect contact - can cause disease in humans ranging from a mild illness to death.

Birds are the natural parasites for avian influenza viruses. After an outbreak of A(H5N1) virus in 1997 in poultry in Hong Kong SAR, China, since 2003, this avian and other influenza viruses have spread from Asia to Europe and Africa. In 2013, human infections with the influenza A(H7N9) virus were reported in China.

  • Zoonotic influenza viruses
  • Human infections with avian and Zoonotic Influenza
  • Epidemiology and emergence of influenza
  • Surveillance of Zoonotic Infectious Diseases
  • Transmission of infections by animals

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