Alternative: – First death from H5N2 virus

Alternative: – First death from H5N2 virus

The World Health Organization has recorded the first death as a result of the H5N2 strain of avian influenza virus. The person died in Mexico in April.

The patient died on April 24 after suffering from fever, shortness of breath, diarrhea and nausea. He had “no history of exposure to poultry or other animals” and suffered from multiple underlying diseases, according to the World Health Organization.

Mexican health authorities notified the World Health Organization of the case on May 23, after a 59-year-old man was hospitalized in Mexico City.

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The source of infection is unknown, according to the World Health Organization, but cases of H5N2 infection in birds have been reported in the country.

The Mexican Ministry of Health stated that there is no indication that the man was infected with another person, and that everyone who was in contact with him tested negative.

Another type of bird flu, H5N1, has been spreading among dairy cows in the United States for several weeks, with a few cases of infection among humans.

None of the cases there were caused by infection between people, according to US authorities.

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