Avian flu could strike Asian poultry markets outside China

Particularly in cities near water, H7N9 influenza could take hold, researchers predict

BIG RISKS  H7N9 influenza has a higher chance of spreading to humans in urban areas close to water. Yellow indicates the lowest predicted risk of infection and purple the highest. Taller spikes indicate higher risk. 

M. Gilbert et al., Nature Communications 2014

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