Six Oklahoma Premises Released From VSV Quarantine

Craig is the state’s lone county with a VSV-quarantined premises.
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Six Oklahoma Premises Released From VSV Quarantine
Currently, only one Oklahoma county (Craig) contains a quarantined premises. | Photo: Wikimedia Commons

In its Situation Report of Aug. 20, the USDA’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) announced that six previously vesicular stomatitis-infected(VSV) or suspect premises in Oklahoma have been released from quarantine in Cherokee, Osage, Ottawa, and Rogers counties.

No new VSV cases were identified since APHIS’ last Situation Report on Aug. 13.

Since Oklahoma’s outbreak began on July 7 in Washington County, nine counties have been affected with VSV. Eighteen counties were confirmed with positive premises, and four with suspect premises. A total of 21 premises have been released from quarantine

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