Unless, and until that occurs, HPAI H5Nx poses a relatively low public health threat. Not zero, of course.
There are some who seem absolutely convinced that H5N1 is the heir apparent, while others dismiss the possibility entirely.
Risk assessments are valuable because they tell us where we are (or at least were, a few weeks ago), but can't tell us much about where we are going.
Which is why we need to be preparing for a wide range of scenarios.