Vesicular stomatitis primarily affects horses, cows, and pigs, causing fever, drooling, and blisters on the mouth, lips, nose, coronary bands, and teats.
Kansas and Missouri remain the only states with VSV-quarantined premises.
The Missouri vesicular stomatitis outbreak began on July 13.
The state’s VSV-infected and suspect premises have dropped to seven.
Camden and Douglas are newest-hit counties with vesicular stomatitis virus.
Vesicular stomatitis has spread to Harvey and Johnson counties.
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.
Twenty-two Kansas counties currently contain premises under vesicular stomatitis quarantine. The newly affected counties include Crawford and Franklin.
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