Bird-Flu death in Thailand?
A man from Phichit, in the lower Northern Region of Thailand man who lived has reportedly died of “Bird-Flu like” symptoms.
The provincial public-health chief, Dr Prajak Wattanakul said that the man had fever, cough, exhaustion and pneumonia and was admitted to the hospital on Friday.
“Test results will be available in one or two days after which we will be able to confirm whether he died of bird flu,” Prajak added.
It is important to note that the man had lived next door to his elder brother’s cockfighting yard.
Several birds had recently died of unknown causes at the said cockfighting yard.
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