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As China scrambles to contain a deadly new strain of bird flu, Cambodia is battling a spike in the better known H5N1 strain that is baffling experts a decade after a major outbreak began in Asia.
A Taiwanese woman who developed German measles after she returned from a visit to Japan has become the first imported German measles case in Taiwan this year, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) said yesterday.
Premier Jiang Yi-huah said yesterday that Taiwan will take stock of suggestions by the World Health Organization (WHO) when deciding on a travel alert for areas affected by H7N9 avian flu in China.
There is no need for panic about having interactions with Chinese tourists amid cases of the new H7N9 flu reported in China, because there is no proof that the virus can be transmitted among humans, an official said yesterday.
A strain of bird flu that has been found in humans for the first time in eastern China is no cause for panic, the World Health Organization said on Monday, as the number of people infected rose to 24, with seven deaths.
Around 390 million people are infected each year with dengue fever — the world's fastest-spreading tropical disease — more than triple the current estimate by the World Health Organization (WHO), experts said on Sunday.
A man has died in China's business capital of Shanghai of a new strain of bird flu, state media said Thursday, bringing the total number of deaths from the H7N9 virus to four.
A new and deadly virus that has killed 11 of the 17 patients treated for it in the Middle East and Britain appears to cause an infection deep in the lungs, researchers said Wednesday.
More H7N9 diagnoses, Taiwan on alert
Reports from China say that one more person has died from the H7N9 bird flu, which has already caused three deaths, while the number of diagnosed patients has increased to 14 on the mainland.
The Department of Health (DOH) decided yesterday to list two Chinese provinces and two cities as areas affected by a deadly bird flu virus, but stopped short of restricting entry to Taiwan by tour groups from those regions.
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