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FOOD JAPAN POULTRY
RTRP56N 
November 08, 2001 
A Chinese consumer inspects a chicken at a Shanghai market November 8,
2001. Japan has banned imports... 
Shanghai, China - Peoples Republic of 
A CHINESE CONSUMER INSPECTS A CHICKEN AT SHANGHAI MARKET. 
A Chinese consumer inspects a chicken at a Shanghai market November 8,
2001. Japan has banned imports of poultry products from a region in
China after discovering the Newcastle disease virus in products shipped
from a farm there, the agriculture ministry said on Wednesday.
Newcastle disease is a contagious and fatal viral illness that can
affect all species of birds. Chickens are the most susceptible poultry,
while ducks and geese are the least susceptible. The disease does not
affect human consumers of poultry products, although people working
with infected live birds can contract a mild case of conjunctivitis.
REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV

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