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AVIAN INFLUENZA, HUMAN (07): CHINA (GUIZHOU), FATAL OUTCOME Update: 2/19/2013 11:13:32 AM (GMT+7)

Date: Fri 15 Feb 2013 Source: People's Daily online, Xinhua report [edited]

One of 2 people confirmed by the Ministry of Health to have contracted
avian influenza A/(H5N1) virus infection died in a hospital in
southwest China's city of Guiyang Wednesday [13 Feb 2013] morning. The
patient, a 21-year-old woman, died of multiple organ failure at the
Guizhou Provincial People's Hospital at 9:41 [AM] on 13 Feb 2013.

The woman and the other patient, a 31-year-old man, are both Guiyang
residents. They developed symptoms on 2 and 3 Feb 2013, respectively.
Both of them tested positive for the H5N1 virus on Sunday [10 Feb
2013?], according to the Ministry. Epidemic control experts have not
found any indication that the patients had close contact with birds,
nor have they found any epidemiological connection between the two
cases. People who have had close contact with the 2 patients have been
put under medical observation. None have exhibited symptoms.

The human-transmissible form of avian influenza, also known as bird
flu, is an acute respiratory infectious disease mainly caused by the
deadly A/(H5N1) virus subtype. Main symptoms include high fever and
pneumonia. Human infections of bird flu are usually caused by
transmission from poultry to humans. There have been no reported cases
of sustained human-to-human transmission.
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