It's time for all people around the world to stay alert as the deadly virus is on rise not only in some countries but across the globe. Though chickens, turkeys and ducks stemming bird flu outbreaks are not yet making any international headlines, flu is continuing its march.
Warnings are coming from the scientists, who after studying H5N1 avian influenza deeply said that the virus can soon mutate into a potentially lethal human pandemic form after crossing just three steps, which when will happen, will add a new and severe urgency for the professionals to save the human on the planet.
It is time that officials and concerned health authorities sit to discuss over the topics to protect humans from the deadly virus. Nation has still not forgotten the H1N1 swine flu pandemic that occurred in the year 2009 and claimed several innocent lives. Experts are suggesting the government to stay prepared with some another approach to tackle the situation if that deadly mutation takes place.
"Even if you change manufacturing to higher-yield technologies, you're still going to be chasing the virus", Mr. David Salisbury, Britain's director of immunisation, who chaired a global group on vaccines during the H1N1 flu pandemic, said in an interview.
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