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A serology study found evidence of asymptomatic or mild infections in poultry workers, with levels that rose in the second wave.
Six more H7N9 cases were reported in China today, keeping the pace of infections close to last spring's peak.
Lab tests have detected 11 more H7N9 cases, including a fatal one, and Hong Kong has confirmed another H7N9 death.
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