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The U.S. Department of Agriculture says cows in multiple states have tested positive for bird flu. Charlie Litchfield/AP hide caption

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What the CDC is doing to monitor and protect against bird flu

CDC director Dr. Mandy Cohen tells NPR that while the risk of bird flu spreading to humans is low, the U.S. government is taking precautions to avoid spread of the virus.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture says cows in multiple states have tested positive for bird flu. Charlie Litchfield/AP hide caption

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What the CDC is doing to monitor and protect against bird flu

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What the CDC is doing to monitor and protect against bird flu

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Supporters of the "Vote Uninstructed" movement join a pro-Palestinian march in Milwaukee last Saturday. Chuck Quirmbach/WUWM hide caption

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Elections

Wisconsin's 'uninstructed' voters send Biden a strong message on the war in Gaza

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Wisconsin's 'uninstructed' voters send Biden a strong message on the war in Gaza

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Matt and Helen Perry at their home in Yulee, Fla. Michelle Bruzzese for NPR hide caption

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It's time to stop downsizing health care, the Pentagon says. This couple can't wait

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Finnish conductor Klaus Mäkelä has just been announced as the next music director of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. Francois Guillot/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Music Interviews

28-year-old conductor Klaus Mäkelä will lead the Chicago Symphony Orchestra

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28-year-old conductor Klaus Mäkelä will lead the Chicago Symphony Orchestra

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