I don't know if it's a good thing or a bad thing.... but my current job is emergency planning, focused on Avian Flu. For now, have no fear in regards to eggs. You'll never truly have to worry about "infected eggs". Every single chicken that gets sick will drop dead, and the ones that don't will be culled.
The problem we will see as T-Nation men is that when/if it is confirmed here.... depending on how widespread, they will most likely start killing the birds.
Less birds=less eggs=high egg prices. Then again, whatever chicken left on the market could be really expensive due to a lowered supply, or maybe it'll be dirt cheap because everyone's scared to eat it.