Lack of millions of eggs is expected in Israel during outbreaks of bird flu

An Israeli worker disposes of chicken eggs on a quarantined farm in the northern Israeli village of Margaliot on December 28, 2021. Israel's Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development has said millions of eggs are expected in the country due to the outbreak of the H5N1 pathogen. bird flu.  (Photo: Xinhua)

An Israeli worker disposes of chicken eggs on a quarantined farm in the northern Israeli village of Margaliot on December 28, 2021. Israel’s Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development has said millions of eggs are expected in the country due to the outbreak of the H5N1 pathogen. bird flu. (Photo: Xinhua)


An Israeli worker disposes of chicken eggs on a quarantined farm in the northern Israeli village of Margaliot on December 28, 2021. Israel's Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development has said millions of eggs are expected in the country due to the outbreak of the H5N1 pathogen. bird flu.  (Photo: Xinhua)

An Israeli worker disposes of chicken eggs on a quarantined farm in the northern Israeli village of Margaliot on December 28, 2021. Israel’s Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development has said millions of eggs are expected in the country due to the outbreak of the H5N1 pathogen. bird flu. (Photo: Xinhua)

An Israeli worker disposes of chicken eggs on a quarantined farm in the northern Israeli village of Margaliot on December 28, 2021. Israel's Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development has said millions of eggs are expected in the country due to the outbreak of the H5N1 pathogen. bird flu.  (Photo: Xinhua)

An Israeli worker disposes of chicken eggs on a quarantined farm in the northern Israeli village of Margaliot on December 28, 2021. Israel’s Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development has said millions of eggs are expected in the country due to the outbreak of the H5N1 pathogen. bird flu. (Photo: Xinhua)

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