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Feb. 3 (Bloomberg) — A 48-year-old man from southern China’s Guangdong province died yesterday after being infected with the H7N9 avian influenza virus, the local government said.

The man surnamed Xie died at a hospital in Shenzhen, after being confirmed to have avian flu Jan. 15 in Foshan city, the province’s Health and Family Planning Commission said in a statement on its website. Ten people have died in Guangdong since August from H7N9 infections, according to the official China News Service.

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