An 11-year-old child died in Delhi’s AIIMS due to bird flu. This is the first case of bird flu death in the country this year. Not only in India, Bird flu is becoming a worldwide threat. In the West African country of Togo, about 800 birds have been killed due to its danger. The National Health Commission of China reported on June 1 that the first human infection case of the H10N3 strain of bird flu was registered in the eastern Jiangsu province of China. The H10N3 strain is a subtype of the H5N8 influenza-A virus, also known as bird flu. This is more dangerous for the birds.