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by Christa Lesté-Lasserre, MA | Jan 11, 2022
Vesicular stomatitis primarily affects horses, cows, and pigs, causing fever, drooling, and blisters on the mouth, lips, nose, coronary bands, and teats.
by Diane E. Rice | Jul 29, 2021
Drought in the West has contributed to a lack of vesicular stomatitis virus in horses and cattle in 2021.
by Diane E. Rice | Oct 14, 2020
The premises is located in Texas County, Missouri.
by Diane E. Rice | Oct 6, 2020
All previously quarantined premises have been released.
by Edited Press Release | Sep 23, 2020
Kansas and Missouri remain the only states with VSV-quarantined premises.
by Diane E. Rice | Sep 17, 2020
Kansas and Missouri are the only remaining states with VSV-quarantined premises.
by Edited Press Release | Aug 28, 2020
The Missouri vesicular stomatitis outbreak began on July 13.
The state’s VSV-infected and suspect premises have dropped to seven.
by Edited Press Release | Aug 18, 2020
Cherokee, Craig, and Rogers counties add new positive and suspect premises with vesicular stomatitis.
Camden and Douglas are newest-hit counties with vesicular stomatitis virus.
Vesicular stomatitis has spread to Harvey and Johnson counties.
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.