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H1N1 flu predominant in China
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  A 55-year-old man in Shenzhen, South China's Guangdong Province died of the H1N1 influenza virus on Wednesday, the Guangdong Health Bureau announced Thursday.

  The man was diagnosed with the virus on January 24 and had been receiving treatment in a local hospital in Shenzhen, according to a statement by provincial authorities.

  China has reported 129 severe cases of H1N1 since the end of 2010 -- after 18 consecutive weeks without any report of severe cases since August 2010. Twenty deaths caused by H1N1 were reported as of Tuesday since January 1, according to the Xinhua News Agency.

  'H1N1 flu accounts for 60 percent of the influenza currently, and the figure will continue to rise,' said He Jianfeng, director of the Institute of Epidemiology with Center for Disease Control in Guangdong. Old people and children are high-risk groups affected by H1N1 flu.

  He said that Guangdong had not entered the peak influenza season and vaccination against H1N1 had been effective.

  The H1N1 flu outbreak peaked in terms of severity in 2009. The Chinese mainland reported its first case in May of that year. More than 120,000 H1N1 flu cases were recorded in 2009, with 648 of them resulting in death.



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