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Italy, China, and the Netherlands also report outbreaks caused by various strains.
The number of new H7N9 avian flu cases in China declined again this week, to 9.
Though deep cuts aren't likely to be enacted, health groups and experts aired strong concerns.
The number of new cases is down a bit from a week ago buts still reflects steady ongoing activity.
Many of the new cases are in the north, which has reported a late-season surge; elsewhere, Egypt has a new H5N1 case.
The country is in its fifth and largest wave of H7N9 infections, with almost 700 cases.
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