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First Case of Human H10N3 Bird Flu


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BEIJING (AP) — A man in eastern China has contracted what might be the world’s first human case of the H10N3 strain of bird flu, but the risk of...

Ugh.  This is not good.  They better get this under control before it starts another pandemic.  With flu, any vaccine will not be as effective as COVID vaccine.

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