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Only 10 states, most in the Northeast, continue to see widespread cases.
Two of the cases are in young, hospitalized girls from the same Zhejiang province city.
Seven of the 26 exposed workers had been vaccinated against smallpox, and only 1 of them got infected.
The Egyptian woman died after returning from a religious pilgrimage to Saudi Arabia.
China reports three more cases, as new research implicates chickens and quail.
The findings add to the evidence suggesting camels may be a source of human infections.
China reported two more H7N9 cases, as scientists said targeting H9N2 might prevent other novel avian flu viruses.
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