In China seller ducks-grill died from bird flu
Now the doctors are taken under the supervision of 16 people, contact with a victim of the flu.
In the Chinese province Henan has registered a case of human death from bird flu virus H7N9.
It is reported by Hindustan Times, citing Xinhua.
“The 36-year-old seller of roasted ducks started a fever and cough on December 25 coastal Zhejiang province, near Shanghai. In early January, he returned to Henan province. He was diagnosed with H7N9 (bird flu. – Ed.) On 10 January, the day he died”, – stated in the message.
The last major outbreak in China claimed the lives of 36 people, the losses of the agricultural sector amount to more than $6 billion.
According to the world health organization, avian influenza is an infectious viral disease of birds, often occurring without any obvious signs or symptoms. In some cases, the virus may overcome the species barrier and cause disease or asymptomatic infection in other animals and humans .