I'd be remiss if I didn't update you all: Bloomberg and others are reporting 5 new H5N1 cases in Turkey, bringing the confirmed cases up to 14 + 1 (the 1 is a now-deceased sibling of 2 confirmed dead awaiting further testing). There are 3 deaths, and up to 50 suspected cases scattered now from east to west.
This is all in 5 days, mind you. What's lacking in the reports? well, if there's any good news, it's that these all seem to be bird exposure and B2H (bird to human) rather than H2H. OTOH, the virus may be 'learning' how to spread to humans.
In 1918, the virus spread directly from bird to humans before reaching pandemic status, so this may have happened before. But there's more we don't know than we know.
Flu Wiki will do its best to keep up. Stay tuned. And note the Feds have issued a press release suggesting everyone start stocking up.