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Two New Premises Confirmed With VSV Since Sept. 10

Kansas and Missouri remain the only states with VSV-quarantined premises.
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VSV causes painful oral lesions. | Photo: Courtesy Dr. Ashley Salinas

In its Sept. 17 Situation Report, the USDA’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) confirmed two new premises as positive with vesicular stomatitis virus (VSV) since its last Situation Report of Sept. 10. Newly confirmed premises are located in Sedgwick County, Kansas, and Camden County, Missouri. Both counties were previously quarantined in 2020, as well.

Since Sept. 10, APHIS released one previously VSV-suspect premises in Miami County, Kansas, and three previously VSV-infected or -suspect premises in Dallas, McDonald, and Phelps counties, Missouri.

Presently, premises remain quarantined in Sedgwick County, Kansas (1), and Camden (1), Ozark (1), and Phelps (1) counties in

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