SHANGHAI, April 5 (Xinhua) -- A person who had close contact with a dead
H7N9 bird flu patient in Shanghai has been under treatment in
quarantine after developing symptoms of fever, running nose and throat
itching, local authorities said late Thursday.
So far, China has
confirmed 14 H7N9 cases -- six in Shanghai, four in Jiangsu, three in
Zhejiang and one in Anhui, in the first known human infections of the
lesser-known strain. Of all, four died in Shanghai and one died in