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by Equine Disease Quarterly | Aug 4, 2020
The 2019 outbreak of VSV was the largest in recent history with 1,144 premises affected in eight states: Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas, Utah, and Wyoming.
by Edited Press Release | Aug 3, 2020
Nine of the state’s counties now contain confirmed positive premises. Cherokee, Osage, and Ottawa counties have new and suspect cases.
USDA/APHIS has announced four new confirmed positive and one new suspect premises.
Twenty-two Kansas counties currently contain premises under vesicular stomatitis quarantine. The newly affected counties include Crawford and Franklin.
by Edited Press Release | Jul 31, 2020
Officials have confirmed one new positive equine premises.
McDonald is the state’s newest vesicular stomatitis virus-infected county.
Riley joins growing list of Kansas counties with vesicular stomatitis virus outbreaks.
Three of four equids on one premises have tested positive for vesicular stomatitis virus.
by Edited Press Release | Jul 29, 2020
Thirteen Oklahoma premises in seven counties remain under quarantine due to vesicular stomatitis.
Twenty-three premises in the state are currently quarantined due to vesicular stomatitis.
Nineteen Kansas counties now contain quarantined premises.
by Edited Press Release | Jul 28, 2020
Gage County currently contains the state’s only VSV-quarantined premises.