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China reports another case of infection with H7N9 in humans

The confirmation brings to 132 the total number of infections of swine flu, with 37 deaths. WHO says no travel restrictions to the country

 
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China notified the World Health Organization (WHO) plus one laboratory confirmed case of human infection with the H7N9 virus.

A new form of bird flu was diagnosed in a six-year-old resident of Haidian in the northwest of the city. The child was taken to the hospital the same day and diagnótico framework already introduced improvements.

Confirmation of new case brings to 132 the total number of infections wave of bird flu in humans (one in Taiwan, the rest in China), with 37 deaths.

According to the latest information received by WHO, the Chinese government continues to investigate the infections by H7N9 and there is no new evidence of transmission from human to human.

The agency again requested the municipal authorities that include emergency operations within the routine surveillance and outbreak response. Until the source of infection is identified and controlled, the expectation is that there are people with new cases of bird flu.

In another reported, the WHO confirmed that there is no need for restraint of trade or travel to the Asian country.

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