I don't know if "snapdate" is a proper English word, but the Australians speak their own language anyway. On his VDU's blog, Dr. Ian Mackay offers H7N9 snapdate: cumulative case chart by region for January 22. Click through to see the chart and use the FluTrackers link.
In this update - a mere 2 or 3 days after the last, Zhejiang province continues to stand-out as the place to acquire a severe H7N9 infection. Shanghai and Guangdong province have slowed. Apart from most recent cases being in severe or critical condition, most have contact with poultry.
The WHO confirmations have ~15 cases yet to list (see FluTracker's list for the latest figures)- their data include dates of onset which are great to have and may change some of the placements of those data slightly.
Just out of interest, H7N9 Week #46 and #47 yielded (to date) 25 and 21 cases, respectively. This is currently Week #49, by my counter.
Which is a reminder that we're dealing with a very new disease, with its first recognized cases less than a year behind us. I might also note that Zhejiang's Chinese-language media aren't giving H7N9 anything like the attention it deserves.