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According to the organization, the man died on April 24 after developing a fever, shortness of breath, diarrhoea, nausea and general malaise.

According to WHO, this is the first time a person has been confirmed to have died from H5N2 avian influenza, but it is not known how the person became infected.

According to the WHO, the deceased had several underlying illnesses but “had no previous exposure to poultry or other animals”.

According to Mexican health authorities, there are no indications of human-to-human transmission.

In the US, two people have so far been found to have been infected with bird flu at two different cattle farms. However, they were infected with the H5N1 strain and had only mild symptoms.


Albania News Agency


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