Bird flu endemic in Indonesia, says World Health Organization
Despite being branded an endemic country, Anton Apriyantono said his government will carry on with its eradication programme and the 2007 deadline.
Official figures state 16.2 million birds died of avian flu last year in Indonesia. Numbers have dropped dramatically this year to just over one quarter of a million during the first quarter.
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