The 2021–2022 highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) epidemic season is the largest HPAI epidemic so far observed in Europe. Between 11 June and 9 September 2022, 788 HPAI virus detections were reported in 16 European countries in poultry (56), captive (22) and wild birds (710). Several colony-breeding seabird species exhibited widespread and massive mortality from HPAI A(H5N1) virus along the northwest coast of Europe. This resulted in an unprecedentedly high level of HPAI virus detections in wild birds between June and August 2022 and represents an ongoing risk of infection for domestic birds.
Who is at risk for avian influenza?
The primary risk factor for humans is exposure to infected live or dead poultry or contaminated environments, such as live bird markets.
In household settings, slaughtering, defeathering, handling carcasses and preparing poultry for consumption are also risk factors. 
What is the symptoms of avian influenza infection in people?
The reported signs and symptoms of bird flu virus infections in humans have ranged from no symptoms or mild illness [such as eye redness (conjunctivitis) or mild flu-like upper respiratory symptoms], to severe (such as pneumonia requiring hospitalization) and included fever (temperature of 100oF [37.8oC] or greater) or feeling feverish*, cough, sore throat, runny or stuff nose, muscle or body aches, headaches, fatigue, and shortness of breath or difficulty breathing. 
How to detect avian influenza virus？
Five subtypes of avian influenza A viruses are known to have caused human infections (H5, H6, H7, H9, and H10 viruses). The most frequently identified subtypes of avian influenza A viruses that have caused human infections are H5, H7 and H9 viruses.  According to this, Mole Bioscience provides a series of products for detecting avian influenza viruses especially the H5, H7 and H9 viruses.
Our products can be used for human samples and animal samples.
We provide multiple detection products from avian influenza H5 subtype to H9 subtype.
For the recent high incidence of Avian Influenza H5N1, and the highly pathogenic Avian Influenza Virus H7N9, we provide targeted detection product.
Avian Influenza Virus H5 Subtype Nucleic Acid Detection Kit
Avian Influenza H5N1 Nucleic Acid Detection Kit
Avian Influenza Virus H7 Subtype Nucleic Acid Detection Kit
Avian Influenza Virus H7N9 Nucleic Acid Detection Kit
Avian Influenza Virus H9 Subtype Nucleic Acid Detection Kit
Avian Influenza Virus H5, H7, H9 Subtype Nucleic Acid Detection Kit
Avian Influenza Virus H4 Subtype Nucleic Acid Detection Kit
 Avian influenza overview June – September 2022 (europa.eu)
 Influenza: Avian (who.int)
 Bird Flu Virus Infections in Humans | Avian Influenza (Flu) (cdc.gov)
 Influenza Type A Viruses | Avian Influenza (Flu) (cdc.gov)