WHO confirms second human case of avian influenza A(H9N2) in India, a 4-year-old from West Bengal state in 2019, recovered and discharged. Infection likely due to poultry exposure; H9N2 is a less pathogenic strain with potential to reassort with other viruses, rare human cases reported.

​WHO confirms second human case of avian influenza A(H9N2) in India, a 4-year-old from West Bengal state in 2019, recovered and discharged. Infection likely due to poultry exposure; H9N2 is a less pathogenic strain with potential to reassort with other viruses, rare human cases reported. 

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