Chicken, quail catch and shed high volumes of new H7N9 flu
The Canadian Press, Wednesday 5 June 2013

Chickens and quail are highly susceptible to the new H7N9 bird flu, and shed high volumes of virus when they are infected, new research reveals. The work, which hasn't yet been published, suggests these two types of birds may be key to the explosive outbreak of the new flu that erupted in China earlier this spring.

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