After dangerous coronavirus, another pathetic disease hit China. The outbreak of bird flu has been reported near the epicenter of coronavirus.
According to an international news source, the disease originated in Hunan, which is connected with Wuhan.
Officials said, “The outbreak occurred in a farm in the Shuangqing district of Shaoyang city,”
“The farm has 7,850 chickens, and 4,500 of the chickens have died from the contagion.”
According to the World Health Organisation, H5N1 virus, also known as bird flu, is a fatal disease and causes “a highly infectious, severe respiratory disease in birds,”
The outlet also says that the flue can be transferred to humans. However, no serious illness has been reported yet.
The outbreak reported when Chinese officials work to contain the coronavirus strain.
Pakistani Doctor Usman Janjua won both Chinese and Pakistani hearts after he decided to offer his services to help the country fight against the deadly coronavirus that has killed over 300 people and infected more than 14,000.
Chinese Embassy in Pakistan tweeted:
“We appreciate Dr. Muhammad Usman Janjua, a foreign doctor to join the fight against coronavirus in China as a volunteer.”
Moreover, The Chinese mission shared that Pakistani doctor Dr. Janjua hails from the Deena area of Jhelum in Pakistan and teaches at the Changsha Medical University in the Chinese province of Hunan.