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A veterinarian carries out PCR tests on chickens in a farm in the Landes department, south west of France, January 13, 2021. France's government said Tuesday that 700,000 birds euthanised since December would be followed by hundreds of thousands more as authorities expanded the range of authorisations for culls on farms affected by the outbreak. Officials in the Gers, Landes, Pyrenees-Atlantiques and Hautes-Pyrenees, as well as 11 municipalities in Lot-et-Garonne, all administrative departments in southwestern France, were newly authorised to destroy birds. Photo by Thibaud Moritz/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A veterinarian carries out PCR tests on chickens in a farm in the Landes department, south west of France, January 13, 2021. France's government said Tuesday that 700,000 birds euthanised since December would be followed by hundreds of thousands more as authorities expanded the range of authorisations for culls on farms affected by the outbreak. Officials in the Gers, Landes, Pyrenees-Atlantiques and Hautes-Pyrenees, as well as 11 municipalities in Lot-et-Garonne, all administrative departments in southwestern France, were newly authorised to destroy birds. Photo by Thibaud Moritz/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A veterinarian carries out PCR tests on chickens in a farm in the Landes department, south west of France, January 13, 2021. France's government said Tuesday that 700,000 birds euthanised since December would be followed by hundreds of thousands more as authorities expanded the range of authorisations for culls on farms affected by the outbreak. Officials in the Gers, Landes, Pyrenees-Atlantiques and Hautes-Pyrenees, as well as 11 municipalities in Lot-et-Garonne, all administrative departments in southwestern France, were newly authorised to destroy birds. Photo by Thibaud Moritz/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A veterinarian carries out PCR tests on chickens in a farm in the Landes department, south west of France, January 13, 2021. France's government said Tuesday that 700,000 birds euthanised since December would be followed by hundreds of thousands more as authorities expanded the range of authorisations for culls on farms affected by the outbreak. Officials in the Gers, Landes, Pyrenees-Atlantiques and Hautes-Pyrenees, as well as 11 municipalities in Lot-et-Garonne, all administrative departments in southwestern France, were newly authorised to destroy birds. Photo by Thibaud Moritz/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A veterinarian carries out PCR tests on chickens in a farm in the Landes department, south west of France, January 13, 2021. France's government said Tuesday that 700,000 birds euthanised since December would be followed by hundreds of thousands more as authorities expanded the range of authorisations for culls on farms affected by the outbreak. Officials in the Gers, Landes, Pyrenees-Atlantiques and Hautes-Pyrenees, as well as 11 municipalities in Lot-et-Garonne, all administrative departments in southwestern France, were newly authorised to destroy birds. Photo by Thibaud Moritz/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A veterinarian carries out PCR tests on chickens in a farm in the Landes department, south west of France, January 13, 2021. France's government said Tuesday that 700,000 birds euthanised since December would be followed by hundreds of thousands more as authorities expanded the range of authorisations for culls on farms affected by the outbreak. Officials in the Gers, Landes, Pyrenees-Atlantiques and Hautes-Pyrenees, as well as 11 municipalities in Lot-et-Garonne, all administrative departments in southwestern France, were newly authorised to destroy birds. Photo by Thibaud Moritz/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A veterinarian carries out PCR tests on chickens in a farm in the Landes department, south west of France, January 13, 2021. France's government said Tuesday that 700,000 birds euthanised since December would be followed by hundreds of thousands more as authorities expanded the range of authorisations for culls on farms affected by the outbreak. Officials in the Gers, Landes, Pyrenees-Atlantiques and Hautes-Pyrenees, as well as 11 municipalities in Lot-et-Garonne, all administrative departments in southwestern France, were newly authorised to destroy birds. Photo by Thibaud Moritz/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A veterinarian carries out PCR tests on chickens in a farm in the Landes department, south west of France, January 13, 2021. France's government said Tuesday that 700,000 birds euthanised since December would be followed by hundreds of thousands more as authorities expanded the range of authorisations for culls on farms affected by the outbreak. Officials in the Gers, Landes, Pyrenees-Atlantiques and Hautes-Pyrenees, as well as 11 municipalities in Lot-et-Garonne, all administrative departments in southwestern France, were newly authorised to destroy birds. Photo by Thibaud Moritz/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A veterinarian carries out PCR tests on chickens in a farm in the Landes department to check if they are contaminated with the avian flu virus which strongly affects the south-west of France. January 13, 2021. Photo by Thibaud Moritz/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A veterinarian carries out PCR tests on chickens in a farm in the Landes department to check if they are contaminated with the avian flu virus which strongly affects the south-west of France. January 13, 2021. Photo by Thibaud Moritz/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A veterinarian carries out PCR tests on chickens in a farm in the Landes department to check if they are contaminated with the avian flu virus which strongly affects the south-west of France. January 13, 2021. Photo by Thibaud Moritz/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A veterinarian carries out PCR tests on chickens in a farm in the Landes department to check if they are contaminated with the avian flu virus which strongly affects the south-west of France. January 13, 2021. Photo by Thibaud Moritz/ABACAPRESS.COM

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Photo taken on December 7, 2020 of ducks sick with bird flu on a farm in the Landes. - France's government said Tuesday that 700,000 birds euthanised since December would be followed by hundreds of thousands more as authorities expanded the range of authorisations for culls on farms affected by the outbreak. Officials in the Gers, Landes, Pyrenees-Atlantiques and Hautes-Pyrenees, as well as 11 municipalities in Lot-et-Garonne, all administrative departments in southwestern France, were newly authorised to destroy birds. Photo by ABACAPRESS.COM

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Photo taken on December 7, 2020 of ducks sick with bird flu on a farm in the Landes. - France's government said Tuesday that 700,000 birds euthanised since December would be followed by hundreds of thousands more as authorities expanded the range of authorisations for culls on farms affected by the outbreak. Officials in the Gers, Landes, Pyrenees-Atlantiques and Hautes-Pyrenees, as well as 11 municipalities in Lot-et-Garonne, all administrative departments in southwestern France, were newly authorised to destroy birds. Photo by ABACAPRESS.COM

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A veterinarian carries out PCR tests on chickens in a farm in the Landes department to check if they are contaminated with the avian flu virus which strongly affects the south-west of France.The veterinarian totally disinfects the exterior of his vehicle and his boots before continuing his tour. January 13, 2021. Photo by Thibaud Moritz/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A veterinarian carries out PCR tests on chickens in a farm in the Landes department to check if they are contaminated with the avian flu virus which strongly affects the south-west of France. January 13, 2021. Photo by Thibaud Moritz/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A veterinarian carries out PCR tests on chickens in a farm in the Landes department to check if they are contaminated with the avian flu virus which strongly affects the south-west of France. January 13, 2021. Photo by Thibaud Moritz/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A veterinarian carries out PCR tests on chickens in a farm in the Landes department to check if they are contaminated with the avian flu virus which strongly affects the south-west of France.The veterinarian totally disinfects the exterior of his vehicle and his boots before continuing his tour. January 13, 2021. Photo by Thibaud Moritz/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A veterinarian carries out PCR tests on chickens in a farm in the Landes department to check if they are contaminated with the avian flu virus which strongly affects the south-west of France. January 13, 2021. Photo by Thibaud Moritz/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A veterinarian carries out PCR tests on chickens in a farm in the Landes department to check if they are contaminated with the avian flu virus which strongly affects the south-west of France. January 13, 2021. Photo by Thibaud Moritz/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A veterinarian carries out PCR tests on chickens in a farm in the Landes department to check if they are contaminated with the avian flu virus which strongly affects the south-west of France. January 13, 2021. Photo by Thibaud Moritz/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A veterinarian carries out PCR tests on chickens in a farm in the Landes department to check if they are contaminated with the avian flu virus which strongly affects the south-west of France.The veterinarian totally disinfects the exterior of his vehicle and his boots before continuing his tour. January 13, 2021. Photo by Thibaud Moritz/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A veterinarian carries out PCR tests on chickens in a farm in the Landes department to check if they are contaminated with the avian flu virus which strongly affects the south-west of France. January 13, 2021. Photo by Thibaud Moritz/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A veterinarian carries out PCR tests on chickens in a farm in the Landes department to check if they are contaminated with the avian flu virus which strongly affects the south-west of France. January 13, 2021. Photo by Thibaud Moritz/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A veterinarian carries out PCR tests on chickens in a farm in the Landes department to check if they are contaminated with the avian flu virus which strongly affects the south-west of France. January 13, 2021. Photo by Thibaud Moritz/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A veterinarian carries out PCR tests on chickens in a farm in the Landes department to check if they are contaminated with the avian flu virus which strongly affects the south-west of France. January 13, 2021. Photo by Thibaud Moritz/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A veterinarian carries out PCR tests on chickens in a farm in the Landes department to check if they are contaminated with the avian flu virus which strongly affects the south-west of France. January 13, 2021. Photo by Thibaud Moritz/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A veterinarian carries out PCR tests on chickens in a farm in the Landes department to check if they are contaminated with the avian flu virus which strongly affects the south-west of France. January 13, 2021. Photo by Thibaud Moritz/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A veterinarian carries out PCR tests on chickens in a farm in the Landes department to check if they are contaminated with the avian flu virus which strongly affects the south-west of France. January 13, 2021. Photo by Thibaud Moritz/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A veterinarian carries out PCR tests on chickens in a farm in the Landes department, south west of France, January 13, 2021. France's government said Tuesday that 700,000 birds euthanised since December would be followed by hundreds of thousands more as authorities expanded the range of authorisations for culls on farms affected by the outbreak. Officials in the Gers, Landes, Pyrenees-Atlantiques and Hautes-Pyrenees, as well as 11 municipalities in Lot-et-Garonne, all administrative departments in southwestern France, were newly authorised to destroy birds. Photo by Thibaud Moritz/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A veterinarian carries out PCR tests on chickens in a farm in the Landes department, south west of France, January 13, 2021. France's government said Tuesday that 700,000 birds euthanised since December would be followed by hundreds of thousands more as authorities expanded the range of authorisations for culls on farms affected by the outbreak. Officials in the Gers, Landes, Pyrenees-Atlantiques and Hautes-Pyrenees, as well as 11 municipalities in Lot-et-Garonne, all administrative departments in southwestern France, were newly authorised to destroy birds. Photo by Thibaud Moritz/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A veterinarian carries out PCR tests on chickens in a farm in the Landes department, south west of France, January 13, 2021. France's government said Tuesday that 700,000 birds euthanised since December would be followed by hundreds of thousands more as authorities expanded the range of authorisations for culls on farms affected by the outbreak. Officials in the Gers, Landes, Pyrenees-Atlantiques and Hautes-Pyrenees, as well as 11 municipalities in Lot-et-Garonne, all administrative departments in southwestern France, were newly authorised to destroy birds. Photo by Thibaud Moritz/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A veterinarian carries out PCR tests on chickens in a farm in the Landes department, south west of France, January 13, 2021. France's government said Tuesday that 700,000 birds euthanised since December would be followed by hundreds of thousands more as authorities expanded the range of authorisations for culls on farms affected by the outbreak. Officials in the Gers, Landes, Pyrenees-Atlantiques and Hautes-Pyrenees, as well as 11 municipalities in Lot-et-Garonne, all administrative departments in southwestern France, were newly authorised to destroy birds. Photo by Thibaud Moritz/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A veterinarian carries out PCR tests on chickens in a farm in the Landes department, south west of France, January 13, 2021. France's government said Tuesday that 700,000 birds euthanised since December would be followed by hundreds of thousands more as authorities expanded the range of authorisations for culls on farms affected by the outbreak. Officials in the Gers, Landes, Pyrenees-Atlantiques and Hautes-Pyrenees, as well as 11 municipalities in Lot-et-Garonne, all administrative departments in southwestern France, were newly authorised to destroy birds. Photo by Thibaud Moritz/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A veterinarian carries out PCR tests on chickens in a farm in the Landes department, south west of France, January 13, 2021. France's government said Tuesday that 700,000 birds euthanised since December would be followed by hundreds of thousands more as authorities expanded the range of authorisations for culls on farms affected by the outbreak. Officials in the Gers, Landes, Pyrenees-Atlantiques and Hautes-Pyrenees, as well as 11 municipalities in Lot-et-Garonne, all administrative departments in southwestern France, were newly authorised to destroy birds. Photo by Thibaud Moritz/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A veterinarian carries out PCR tests on chickens in a farm in the Landes department, south west of France, January 13, 2021. France's government said Tuesday that 700,000 birds euthanised since December would be followed by hundreds of thousands more as authorities expanded the range of authorisations for culls on farms affected by the outbreak. Officials in the Gers, Landes, Pyrenees-Atlantiques and Hautes-Pyrenees, as well as 11 municipalities in Lot-et-Garonne, all administrative departments in southwestern France, were newly authorised to destroy birds. Photo by Thibaud Moritz/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A veterinarian carries out PCR tests on chickens in a farm in the Landes department, south west of France, January 13, 2021. France's government said Tuesday that 700,000 birds euthanised since December would be followed by hundreds of thousands more as authorities expanded the range of authorisations for culls on farms affected by the outbreak. Officials in the Gers, Landes, Pyrenees-Atlantiques and Hautes-Pyrenees, as well as 11 municipalities in Lot-et-Garonne, all administrative departments in southwestern France, were newly authorised to destroy birds. Photo by Thibaud Moritz/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A veterinarian carries out PCR tests on chickens in a farm in the Landes department, south west of France, January 13, 2021. France's government said Tuesday that 700,000 birds euthanised since December would be followed by hundreds of thousands more as authorities expanded the range of authorisations for culls on farms affected by the outbreak. Officials in the Gers, Landes, Pyrenees-Atlantiques and Hautes-Pyrenees, as well as 11 municipalities in Lot-et-Garonne, all administrative departments in southwestern France, were newly authorised to destroy birds. Photo by Thibaud Moritz/ABACAPRESS.COM