None of the workers are displaying symptoms

70 dairy workers are being monitored for symptoms of bird flu, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment confirmed on Friday.

The workers were exposed to the virus while working at two Colorado dairy farms.

None of the workers have reported symptoms so far.

Bird flu was first detected in a Colorado dairy herd at the end of last month. A second herd tested positive on Wednesday.

The first detection of this strain (H5N1) in a US dairy herd occurred in late March, on a Texas farm. A worker there developed mild symptoms, which made them the first person to develop an infection from another mammal, according to the World Health Organization. The first human infection from poultry was recorded two years ago, in Scotland.

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention and other organizations are warning of the possibility of a bird flu pandemic. The virus is “highly pathogenic” in birds and other animals, although this has level of severity and transmission has not been demonstrated in humans.

42 dairy herds in nine states have now tested positive. Fragments of the virus have been found in pasteurised milk tested by the USDA, which nevertheless maintains that the milk supply is safe.

The USDA is now offering financial support to farms to provide personal protective equipment, and has mandated the testing of all lactating dairy cattle that cross state lines.

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