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Are they recalling turkeys

I saw on facebook they were recalling turkeys due to a virus the birds get and can transmitted to humans

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Hi
Yes turkeys can get bird flu, and in exceptional circumstances this can be transmitted to humans.
BUT I suggest you go here as the current reported recall is a hoax:
turkey recall 2014 Google Search
Cheers

Posted on Nov 24, 2014

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