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Apr 5, 2013

Due to Bird Flu Concerns Shanghai Market Contains Live Poultry

As China deals with a growing number of deaths from H7N9 bird flu, the government of Shanghai orders a

ban on selling live poultry in Shanghai market.  It also shut down the market and slaughter birds already at the market. The death from the disease is now six with another 16 diagnosed with the disease.

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