More than 20,000 birds have been slaughtered at a poultry market in Shanghai as a precaution against the spread of a new strain of bird flu.
The Huhuai market was closed down and disinfected after the H7N9 virus was detected in samples of pigeons in the market.
City authorities have also suspended poultry sales at two other markets and ordered a thorough disinfection of the premises.
In Shanghai, the rising death toll has prompted some residents to stay away from markets with live chickens and ducks.
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