11 new cases of H7N9 avian influenza have been confirmed in China in the past weekend.
It brings the total number of confirmed cases to 60, including 13 fatalities.
Most of the cases have been confined to the Yangtze River delta region.
None of those who have had close contact with the infected have shown abnormal symptoms.
Medical authorities say the confirmed H7N9 cases are isolated and there has been no sign of human-to-human transmission.
Venezuela's Defense Minister Diego Molero Bellavia says the country's ongoing presidential election has been calm and
Molero says armed forces are ready to act against any group who disturbs the process.
Air units from the National Bolivarian Armed Forces have been touring border areas and 6-thousand troops have been deployedto the border regions.
Venezuelans have cast their ballots to elect a new president to succeed Hugo Chavez, who died of cancer last month.
Around 18.9 million peopole are eligible to vote.