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China Reported The First Case Of H3N8 Bird Flu- Boy (4) Infected!

China reported the first case of bird flu case this Thursday.

Reuters reported it was a four-year-old boy from central Henan province who developed a fever and has had symptoms since April 5. The boy had contact with chickens in his house.

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Reuters Reported:

A four-year-old boy from central Henan province was found to have been infected with the variant after developing a fever and other symptoms on April 5.

No close contacts were infected with the virus, the National Health Commission (NHC) said in a statement.

The child had been in contact with chickens and crows raised at his home, it added.

The H3N8 variant has previously been detected elsewhere in the world in horses, dogs, birds and seals, but no human cases of H3N8 have been reported, said the NHC.

The commission said an initial assessment determined the variant did not yet have the ability to effectively infect humans, and the risk of a large-scale epidemic was low.

Source
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