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Taiwan Reports the World's First Human Case of H6N1 Bird Flu

TAIPEI (AFP) - Taiwan on Friday reported what it said was the world's first ever human case of the H6N1 strain of bird flu, commonly found in poultry.

A 20-year-old woman living in central Taiwan showed flu symptoms on May 5 and was briefly hospitalised for minor pneumonia before making a full recovery, the Centre for Disease Control (CDC) said.

Source: Strait Times. Read full article. (link)

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