Sunday, May 31, 2015   

One elderly man in Zhejiang dies from H7N9 bird flu virus, two more critical
(01-13 14:16)

Zhejiang Province reported three new human infections of the fatal H7N9 bird flu at the weekend.
The infected persons include a 75-year-old woman surnamed Li, from Zhuji City; a 78-year-old man surnamed Zong from Yiwu City and a 34-year-old man surnamed Meng from Ningbo City.
Li was confirmed to be infected with the disease on Saturday and has died, according to the provincial health authorities. The two others are now in critical condition.
The three new cases bring the total cases reported in Zhejiang Province to seven in 2014.
So far this year, human cases of the bird flu virus have also been reported in the provinces of Fujian, Jiangsu, and Guangdong as well as in Shanghai Municipality.—Xinhua
   
Other China breaking news:
Accused Chinese students tried to cheat their way into US universities (05-29 16:23)
15 Chinese charged in the US with fraud scheme to cheat at college and graduate exams (05-29 16:11)
Social security fund posts 142b yuan gain in 2014 (05-29 15:54)
Premier Li returns from Latin trip (05-29 13:44)
Ivory haul destroyed in Beijing public display (05-29 13:30)
Beijing announces tough laws to curb smoking (05-29 11:45)
Books aim to demystify Communism for US audience (05-29 11:15)
Teacher executed for rape and abuse of 26 children (05-29 10:17)
Yu Zhengsheng hosts archbishop Justin Welby (05-28 21:27)
Taiwanese held in Guangdong drug bust (05-28 21:22)

More breaking news >>

© 2015 The Standard, The Standard Newspapers Publishing Ltd.
Contact Us | About Us | Newsfeeds | Subscriptions | Print Ad. | Online Ad. | Street Pts

 


Home | Top News | Local | Business | China | ViewPoint | CityTalk | World | Sports | People | Central Station | Spree | Features

The Standard

Trademark and Copyright Notice: Copyright 2015, The Standard Newspaper Publishing Ltd., and its related entities. All rights reserved.  Use in whole or part of this site's content is prohibited.   Use of this Web site assumes acceptance of the
Terms of Use, Privacy Policy Statement and Copyright Policy.  Please also read our Ethics Statement.