Via the Centre for Health Protection: CHP notified of additional human cases of avian influenza A(H7N9) in Mainland. Excerpt, with dates bolded, and then a comment:
The Centre for Health Protection (CHP) of the Department of Health (DH) today (May 10) received notification of four additional human cases of avian influenza A(H7N9) with onset of symptoms between March 27 and April 12 from the National Health and Family Planning Commission, and again urged the public to maintain strict personal, food and environmental hygiene both locally and during travel.
The patients comprise two men and two women aged 5 to 67 and two of them (one man and one woman) died. Two cases are from Zhejiang, one is from Fujian and one is from Jiangsu.
From 2013 to date, 640 human cases of avian influenza A(H7N9) have been reported by the Mainland health authorities. Regarding the third wave in the Mainland since November 2014, a total of 200 cases have been reported, including 72 in Guangdong, 40 in Fujian, 40 in Zhejiang, 18 in Jiangsu, eight in Anhui, seven in Xinjiang, six in Shanghai, three in Jiangxi, two in Hunan, two in Shandong, one in Guizhou and one in Hubei.
Mike Coston at Avian Flu Diary has more on this, with some helpful background. It's worrisome because in the first two H7N9 seasons the Chinese authorities seemed very ready to announce every case promptly and in detail. We even got a burst of solid scientific reports flooding into both Chinese and international journals. Clearly the Chinese were still sore from the beating they took over trying to keep SARS a secret.