Three people have tested negative for bird flu after a "low severity" outbreak at a farm in Upham, Hampshire.
Officials revealed the results of the trio's tests today, as they prepared to slaughter 10,000 chickens to control the outbreak.
A 1km poultry restriction zone has been imposed, and the birds at the unnamed commercial chicken breeding farm are set to be culled, after evidence of the H7 bird flu strain was confirmed on Friday.
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