The CDC is “closely tracking” a human case of the H10N3 strain of bird flu in China, possibly the world’s first.
A White House official says that the CDC is “closely tracking” the reported case of a human contracting bird flu in China, “including with in-country CDC staff”
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A 41-year-old man in Jiangsu province was hospitalized on April 28 after developing a fever and is in stable condition, AP reported.
The National Health Commission said the infection is “accidental cross-species transmission.”
“The risk of large-scale transmission is low,” the agency said in a statement.
According to Reuters no other human cases of H10N3 have been reported elsewhere.
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