Continuous observation to wild birds and their migratory system leads to an early diagnose of what effective solutions can poultry units come up to stabilize incoming threats of influenza outbreaks. The Global take for H5N8 and other Influenza viruses reveal that H5 segment which is commonly found on highly pathogenic avian virus leads to other influenza viruses. The data also shows that H5N8 recently caused serious outbreaks in Europe poultry farms since birds, and bird food is transferred wildly that can contain even the smallest bit of Influenza, the virus then is so infectious that wild birds carrying it cannot be controlled at any measure.
The Avian Outbreak
Avian influenza viruses affect both poultry production and public health. In South Korea last 2014, a rapid spread of an Influenza subtype H5N8 has affected its community, The observation was that there are viral sequences on outbreaks
because of waterfowl migration, epidemiological reasons, and poultry sources being exported and imported showing then that long-distance migrating birds play a huge role in an outbreak, leading them to the global spread of these avian influenza viruses.
Also, studies found out that a virus of hemagglutinin of sector 188.8.131.52 was groundbreaking in the transfer of the virus with multiple neuraminidase subtypes. Gaining more knowledge in understanding the transfer of these viruses is vital to come up with more solutions and tactics to be able to control and prevent such viral spread among nations. After all, what is at risk, is massive human health, fowl and poultry supply, and safety that among everything is what everyone is concerned about.
People are very much encouraged to be into news regarding these spreads and updates to be more cautious and aware with poultry supply that they buy and engage themselves to, because awareness of one individual will cause greater safety, and the ignorance of one will endanger a community.