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WHO says how safe it is to eat eggs in bird flu

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Published: 12:08, 15 January 2021  
WHO says how safe it is to eat eggs in bird flu

Coronavirus is still out of control around the world. The coronavirus is constantly changing form and taking on deadly proportions. Bird flu has re-emerged in Corona.

Bird flu is caused by the H5N1 virus. Bird flu can be deadly when it enters humans. The bird flu virus can also be deadly to humans. Bird flu has started in different countries including India. The H5N1 virus has been found in the bodies of dead birds. The birds are suffering from shortness of breath due to the killing of this virus, one bird after another is being infected. After which death is happening.

A warning has been issued in various countries to spread panic over the deaths of chickens, pigeons and migratory birds. Doctors say there is a possibility of people being infected with bird flu. And the virus can be deadly to humans. Anyone with a human transmission can get terribly ill.

In this situation, the question arises in everyone's mind, then stop eating chicken and eggs? Can bird flu be caused by eating poultry and eggs? Many people have already given up eating meat and eggs out of fear. The prices of all these things have also come down in different places. Here are some suggestions from the World Health Organization:

There is no problem if the chicken meat or eggs are cooked and eaten properly. The temperature during cooking is usually 60 degrees Celsius. If the temperature of all parts of the meat reaches 60 degrees, the virus can no longer survive.

The World Health Organization also recommends that meat be washed well before cooking.

The World Health Organization has said that it is appropriate not to buy cut chicken.

Raw, half-boiled eggs cannot be eaten.

Do not put anything else or cooked meat in the container in which the raw meat will be kept.

Experts recommend washing hands with hot water for at least 20 seconds after handling poultry.

According to the advice of the World Health Organization, if poultry food is cooked and eaten well, there is no fear of bird flu infection! However, cleanliness must be maintained.