Monday, 26 February 2024
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A woman in China has died from a combination of H3N2 and H10N5 avian flu

  • China claimed on Wednesday that there is little chance of human-to-human transmission of avian flu.
  • According to a statement, the 63-year-old woman from Anhui province had underlying medical issues.
  • It has been discovered that the H10N5 virus only occasionally spreads from birds to humans.

China claimed on Wednesday that there is little chance of human-to-human transmission despite reporting the death of a lady who contracted the combined H3N2 and H10N5 strains of avian flu following a cross-species transmission.

According to a statement from the National Disease Control and Prevention Administration, the 63-year-old woman from Anhui province had underlying medical issues.

Avian Flu

She started experiencing symptoms on November 30 and died on December 16 of that same year, including fever, sore throat, and cough. It has been discovered that the H10N5 virus, which is avian in origin, only occasionally spreads from birds to humans and not from humans to humans.

Genome sequence analysis revealed no suspicious cases and close relationships were negative. China has a lot of birds, which makes it a perfect place for avian viruses to mix and mutate and lower the risk of infection.

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