As of May 20, there were a total of 130 confirmed cases, including 36 deaths and at least 72 who have fully recovered. Not all of the deaths and recovered cases are marked in this map because some provincial authorities have yet to publish these patients’ names.
The Chinese authorities have discovered the H7N9 virus can go airbourne.
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