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Employment History

Deputy Director of the Veterinary Department

Agriculture


Deputy Head of the Animal Health Department

Agriculture


Deputy Director of the Veterinarian Department

Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development


Member, Veterinary Department of the Ministry

Veterinary Department of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development


Web References(58 Total References)


www.promedmail.org

The avian influenza epidemic shows signs of returning, warns the Agriculture and Rural Development Ministry's Animal Health Department deputy director Dau Ngoc Hao.The evidence was signs of a wider distribution of the H5N1 virus in flocks, he told a conference discussing the vaccination of birds in northern Viet Nam in Hanoi yesterday [9 Aug 2005].Assessing the danger to humans was still difficult, although infections were less than last year [2004], he said.


vietnamnews.vnagency.com.vn [cached]

HA NOI - The bird flu epidemic shows signs of returning, warns the Agriculture and Rural Development Ministry's Animal Health Department deputy director Dau Ngoc Hao.The evidence were signs of the H5N1 virus in a wider distribution of flocks, he told a conference discussing the vaccination of birds in northern Viet Nam in Ha Noi yesterday.Assessing the danger to humans was still difficult although infections were less than last year, he said.


www.etaiwannews.com [cached]

Both patients are suspected of contracting avian influenza strain A, also known as H5N1, Dau Ngoc Hao, deputy director of the Agriculture Ministry's Veterinary Department in Hanoi, told Reuters. They were among 15 people who fell ill with influenza in Hanoi and surrounding provinces.Twelve, most of them children, have died. The World Health organization said on Tuesday tests conducted by a Hong Kong laboratory had confirmed that bird flu killed three of the 15. Hao suspected pigs were playing a role in the transmission of bird flu to humans. "It is possible that the bird flu virus spreads from chickens to pigs before jumping on humans," he said, but did not elaborate.


in.news.yahoo.com [cached]

Vietnam decided on the Dutch vaccine because it had been used elsewhere while a vaccine against the H5N1 virus had been developed in China only early this year, Dau Ngoc Hao, deputy head of the Agriculture Ministry's Animal Health Department, told Reuters.


uk.news.yahoo.com [cached]

"The Ministry has decided to kill all chickens in these epidemic zones," Dau Ngoc Hao, deputy director of the veterinarian department at the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, told AFP. Eighteen other provinces and cities have reported outbreaks of the H5N1 strain of avian influenza, but so far the government has decided against ordering a cull of poultry there.


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