The H7N9 virus was first identified in eastern China, with the first known human case reported in March. Photos: EPA, AP
The H7N9 virus was first identified in eastern China, with the first known human case reported in March. Photos: EPA, AP
H7N9 virus

H7N9 bird flu may be spread through human faeces, research suggests

The H7N9 virus was first identified in eastern China, with the first known human case reported in March. Photos: EPA, AP
The H7N9 virus was first identified in eastern China, with the first known human case reported in March. Photos: EPA, AP
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