Bird flu virus found in 45 eggs at Chinese airport checkpoint
Officials were concerned because the eggs came from a variety of birds (chicken, goose and duck) and two separate flights. Many are wondering how many have got through.
The whole area has been disinfected (where the eggs were).
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