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H10N3 Avian Flu: How is it transmitted to humans?
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H10N3 Avian Flu: How is it transmitted to humans?

What is bird flu? How is it transmitted to humans? A review of what is known after China's announcement on Tuesday of the first human infection in the world of H10N3 bird flu, which at the moment does not cause concern.SIGHT: China detects first case of H10N3 bird flu in humans: what is known so farWhat has been detected?"The patient is a 41-year-old man from Jiangsu Province." the World Health Organization (WHO) told AFP.Man developed signs of H10N3 bird flu “On April 22 and was hospitalized on the 28th in an intensive care unit. Currently recovering”, points out the WHO.SIGHT: Question of the day: Could H10N3 bird flu trigger a new pandemic? [VIDEO]According to the Chinese Health Ministry, doctors concluded that he had the disease a month after his hospitalization.“At the moment, the s...
China detects world’s first case of H10N3 bird flu in humans
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China detects world’s first case of H10N3 bird flu in humans

The Commission points out that the status of the infected person has improved to the point of reaching the requirements to be discharged. Chinese health authorities today announced the detection of the world's first case of H10N3 avian influenza in humans.In a statement, the National Health Commission assures that so far no human contagion of this virus has been detected, that it is an "accidental" transmission and that the risk of a large-scale spread is "very low." The patient is a 41-year-old man from the province eastern Jiangsu than last April 23 He began to notice fever and other symptoms, and was hospitalized five days later after his condition worsened.The Commission points out that the status of the infected person has improved to the point of reaching the requirements to be d...
China detects first case of H10N3 bird flu in humans: what is known so far
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China detects first case of H10N3 bird flu in humans: what is known so far

Chinese health authorities reported on Tuesday that they have detected the world's first case of H10N3 bird flu in humans and have advanced that the risk of large-scale spread is extremely low.SIGHT: COVID-19 | WHO renames coronavirus variants with Greek lettersThe case has been detected in a 41-year-old man from Zhenjiang, in the province of Jiangsu, in the east of the Asian country, as specified by the Chinese National Health Commission, reports 'Global Times'.The individual presented fever and other symptoms on April 23, when he was admitted to a local medical center where he received treatment until the 28th of the same month.SIGHT: The "black fungus" and COVID-19: what you should know about this dangerous diseaseAfter carrying out the analyzes, the health authorities have confirmed t...
China confirms first human case of H10N3 bird flu
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China confirms first human case of H10N3 bird flu

The H10N3 it is a relatively less severe or low pathogenic strain of the virus in poultry and the risk of it spreading on a large scale is very low, the NHC added.The strain "it is not a very common virus", said Filip Claes, regional laboratory coordinator for the Food and Agriculture Organization's Emergency Center for Transboundary Animal Diseases in the Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific.They were only reported around 160 isolates of the virus in the 40 years to 2018, mainly in wild birds or waterfowl in Asia and some limited parts of North America, and so far none have been detected in chickens, he added.It will be necessary to analyze the genetic data of the virus to determine if it resembles older viruses or if it is a novel mixture of different viruses, Claes said.Many differe...
China detects world’s first case of H10N3 bird flu in humans
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China detects world’s first case of H10N3 bird flu in humans

Health authorities chinese announced today the detection of the world's first case of H10N3 bird flu in humans.SIGHT: China authorizes its citizens to have three children per family in the face of population agingIn a statement, the National Health Commission assures that until now there has never been a human contagion of this virus, that it is an “accidental” transmission and that the risk of a large-scale spread is “very low”.The regrowth of Canton registers 11 new infections of the 23 total in ChinaChinese city of Canton bans going out without negative COVID-19 test after latest outbreakWas the coronavirus created in a laboratory? Biden's new investigation further strains relations with ChinaThe patient is a 41-year-old man from the eastern province of Jiangsu who on April 23 began t...