HEADS-UP: 16 NEW CASES OF AVIAN FLU VIRUS REPORTED IN CHINA FOR THE MONTH OF JUNE 2017 ACCORDING TO ‘WHO’

An overview of the locations infested with Avian Flu Virus using the Pulse Virus Tracker of Pen Chat Mobile App.

An official information from the World Health Organization confirms 16 new cases of the Avian Flu Virus from June 5 to June 23 of this year. This number adds up from the 5 initial reported cases from April 25 to June 6, 2017 with a total number of 21 A(H7N9) Avian Flu Virus cases in China.

There were already 3 deaths in total and 16 were said to have mild to severe cases of Pneumonia.

All infested locations were:

  1. Anhui – 1 case
  2. Beijing – 3 cases
  3.  Guangxi – 1 case
  4. Guizhou – 3 cases
  5. Hebei- 1 case
  6. Hunan – 1 case
  7. Inner Mongolia – 1 case
  8. Jiangsu – 1 case
  9. Shanxi – 1 case
  10. Sichuan – 2 cases
  11. Tianjin – 1 case
  12. Yunnan – 4 cases
  13. Zhejiang – 1 case

If you have traveled to these places and not feeling well, you can check this to know if you have the symptoms of A(H7N9).

Source: World Health Organization