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Avian Influenza

A highly contagious viral disease with nearly 100% mortality in fowl. Caused by influenza A virus subtypes H5 and H7. All types of birds are susceptible to the virus, but outbreaks occur most often in chickens, turkeys, ducks and geese. A number of countries in Asia are experiencing outbreaks of avian influenza. Small numbers of people have become infected, causing serious illness and/or death. Human risk appears to result from exposure to live poultry rather than handling, cooking or eating poultry meat.

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HandsOn™ System

HandsOn<sup>™</sup> System

5 steps to convert underwashing to under control. Set and track your risk-based ServeReady® Hands and TouchReady® Surface standards.

SaniTwice® for Catered Events

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Uncompromized hand cleanliness for those serving food at venues without running water.

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