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77 H5N1 Fatalities in Liaoning Province?
November 19, 2005
Li Qing Tian - The Henan Xinyang Gushi county Lebanon market town person - 37 years old
Zhang Bao Sheng - The Henan Xinyang Gushi county Wang awning countryman - 22 years old
Zhang Bao Li - The Henan Xinyang Gushi county Wang awning countryman - 26 years old
Zhang Bao Guo - The Henan Xinyang Gushi county Wang awning countryman -28 years old
Luo Jun - The Sichuan Nanchong city county high code countryman
Peaceful birthday - South the Sichuan Nanchong city the county god dam town person -18 years old
He Wen Qing - The Sichuan Nanchong city county dragon bends down the countryman - 21 years old
Zhao Jie Bi - The Sichuan Quangyen city county wind countryman
The grandson continues - South the Sichuan Nanchong city the county rises the clock town person - 41 years old
Week project - South the Sichuan Nanchong city the county shop countryman - 36 years old
Yang Shan - The Anhui Province Chuzhou Quanjiao county town person 37 years old
King season - The Anhui Province Chuzhou Quanjiao county grass hut countryman -29 years old
Old filial piety armed force - The Anhui Province Wuhu Fanchang county three mountains towns person -19 years old
Wu vigorously - The Anhui Province grandmother on mother's side bridge town person - 28 years old
Boxun is reporting that there have been 77 H5N1 deaths in Liaoning Province. Many of the dead were outside workers brought in to help cull the birds. The above list includes the names, ages, and origins of some of the deceased workers. All are listed as dying from H5N1 and being cremated.
If the above numbers are accurate, the level of transmission of H5N1 from birds to humans would be markedly more efficient than reported for outbreaks in other countries such as Vietnam, where reports indicate that no workers involved in culling of H5N1 developed symptoms.
There have been four reported H5N1 outbreaks in Liaoning Province in the past few weeks and the use of three different vaccines suggests control of the spread of infections has not been controlled. Since migratory birds have been implicated in the infections and spread, control in Liaoning Province and elsewhere in China will be difficult.