China will reportedly resume its poultry supply to Hong Kong this Sunday (26 March) in the midst of bird flu scares in one of the country’s provinces, reported China Daily.

According to the reports, South China’s Guangdong Province will export 20,000 live chickens a day to Hong Kong, three weeks after a man was found to have died there from the H5N1 virus.

Before the ban, Hong Kong imported 30,000 birds a day from the province, reported the news service.