Authorities on Friday quarantined a village in southeast Romania after two chickens tested positive for an H5 subtype of bird flu, the Agriculture Ministry said. The virus was detected late Thursday in tests in the village of Rovine, some 120 kilometers (75 miles) east of Bucharest, in a sign that the virus could be spreading westward outside the Danube Delta, where the deadly H5N1 virus was confirmed in recent weeks
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