Digital Desk, Beijing. The first case of human infection from H10N3 strain of bird flu has been found in eastern Jiangsu province of China. China’s National Health Commission gave its information on Tuesday. The condition of 41-year-old patient is still stable and can be discharged soon. Health officials said the risk of pandemics from the virus transferred from poultry to humans is extremely low.
The National Health Commission reported that the patient was diagnosed with H10N3 avian influenza virus on May 28. However, the National Health Commission did not provide
There are many different strains of avian influenza in China, and some sporadically infect people, usually those who feed on poultry. H5N8 is a subtype of influenza A virus (also known as bird flu virus). H5N8 is not very dangerous for humans. It is highly deadly for wild birds and fowl. In April, the highly pathogenic H5N6 avian flu was found in wild birds in the city of Shenyang, northeast China.