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The 2 highly pathogenic strains in Washington state raise questions about possible connections with outbreaks in Canada and Europe.
Canadan officials confirm high-path H5N2, while the Netherlands and India combat more H5 in birds.
Fatal Alberta case reported last week involved unusual complications, including brain inflammation.
The visit to China in December did not involve areas of high risk or contact with ill people.
The unidentified victim, recently in Beijing, died in an Alberta hospital.
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