Hong Kong Prison Homes Spur Virus Risk Decade After SARS

Hong Kong Prison Homes Spur Virus Risk Decade After SARS

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A worker wearing protective dress participates in the slaughtering of approximately 2,700 chickens at a market in the Kowloon district of Hong Kong on June 7, 2008. Hong Kong detected the H5N1 bird flu virus in a live poultry market in Kowloon, and stopped importing poultry from mainland China.