In China, that is:
They said 5,000 migratory birds had died in the outbreak, in Qinghai province, five times China's estimate.
"The virus has obviously changed to be more pathogenic to animals. What it means to humans we don't know," a World Health Organization official said...
WHO China representative Henk Bekedam said the H5N1 outbreak at Lake Qinghai was particularly worrying because it affected migratory birds, including gulls, geese, shelducks and cormorants.
"The biggest concern I would have is that we have many birds that are asymptomatic and they can fly from here to 1,000km (621 miles) further up. That's troublesome," he said, the AFP news agency reported.
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