The World Health Organization (WHO), in a reply to Reuters in Geneva, said: "The source of the patient’s exposure to the H10N3 virus is not known at this time, and no other cases were found in emergency surveillance among the local population. At this time, there is no indication of human-to-human transmission.
This is the most concerning piece of information to me.
That’s not unexpected at all. One case could be anything.
If it originated in a wet market, which are common in China, then it could spread wildly.
The same site posted an update to their last article:
Seven people infected with the virus were asymptomatic, authorities said.
This virus could be nothing, or it could be another pandemic but it’s too early to tell IMO.