China eyes birds as H7N9 source as human cases rise to 33
CIDRAP NEWS, Wednesday 10 April 2013

Five more H7N9 influenza infections have been confirmed in eastern China, all in older adults, while suspicions grow that wild birds may be the source and that the disease might be spreading to people through poultry environments.

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