Michigan farmworker diagnosed with bird flu, becoming 2nd US case tied to dairy cows

A Michigan farmworker has been diagnosed with bird flu in what is the second human case associated with an outbreak in U.S. dairy cows. Health officials say the person experienced mild eye symptoms and has recovered. Officials say the male worker had been in contact with cows on a farm with infected livestock. Officials say the risk to the public remains low, but farmworkers exposed to infected animals are at higher risk. A Texas farmworker was diagnosed in late March under similar circumstances. Officials called that the first known instance globally of a person catching this version of bird flu from a mammal.