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A new H5N1 strain may be associated with a sharp increase in human cases in Egypt.
Egypt has 10 more cases in the past few days, and both Indonesian cases involved likely poultry exposure.
The current spurt of cases might be caused by increased circulation of H5N1 in poultry and other factors.
Scientists have identified two mutations usually associated with adaptation to mammals.
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