If you’re interested in avian flu vaccine trials and other research on avian flu, check this clinicaltrials.gov site by the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Consumers can limit the number of studies to see just those trials with results.
Bird Flu by MedlinePlus gives information on what consumers need to know about Avian flu. H5N1 Virus; H7N9 virus; Overviews and facts; vaccine; Planning ahead to protect yourself; Information from the CDC, including transmission between animals and people. Learn about genetic reassortment creating a new virus; birds, chickens and ducks.
From the CDC’s web site: Avian influenza virus usually refers to influenza A viruses found chiefly in birds, but infections can occur in humans. The risk is generally low to most people, because the viruses do not usually infect humans. However . . . read more about Bird Flu, Influenza A H5, H7 and H9 viruses. Recent avian flu in poultry has led to stepped-up surveillance.
Avian Influenza (bird flu) is still jumping from animals to humans, according to WHO. The World Health Organization provides global situation updates to human cases of H7N9, H7N4, H9N2, and H5N1 avian influenza. It monitors the corresponding threat of an influenza pandemic. Track global situations here. WHO includes news of avian flu in its Disease Outbreak reports for 2022. See the report on the avian flu outbreak in the US (May 6, 2022).
This page on Avian Flu and Influenza pandemics includes references to flu pandemics in the 20th century. Site by Population Reference Bureau