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Interim ICC Report – March 2019 #08 (13.03.19)

Interim ICC Report – March 2019 #08 (13.03.19) – Report from France on EHV-1 Neurological Disease & Equine Influenza and from UK on Equine Influenza France Equine Herpes Virus-1 (EHV-1) Neurological Disease On 15 March 2019, RESPE confirmed an outbreak of EHV-1 neurological disease affecting three vaccinated horses on a premises in Finistere.  Clinical signs […]

Interim ICC Report – March 2019 #02 (05.03.19)

Interim ICC Report – March 2019 #02 (05.03.19) – Interim Report from Germany on EHV-1 Neurological Disease, UK on Equine Influenza and Netherlands on Equine Influenza Germany Equine  Herpes Virus-1 (EHV-1) Neurological Disease On 5 March 2019, Ludwig-Maximilians University Munich confirmed a further outbreak of EHV-1 neurological disease (two previous outbreaks reported by interim ICC […]

Interim ICC Report – February 2019 #13 (21.02.19)

  France Equine Herpes Virus-1 (EHV-1) Neurological Disease On 21 February 2019, RESPE reported an outbreak of EHV-1 neurological disease in Vaucluse. There is one laboratory confirmed positive (a 10-year-old American Quarter Horse mare), with a further six horses with comparable clinical signs, among a group of 80. Clinical signs include ataxia, pyrexia and recumbency. […]

Interim ICC Report – February 2019 #04 (07.02.19)

Interim Report Feb 19 #4 (07.02.19France on EHV-4 Respiratory Infection, Equine Influenza and Strangles, Germany on Equine Influenza and EHV-1 Neurological Disease, UK on Equine Influenza and USA on EIA & Equine Influenza   France Equine Herpes Virus-4 (EHV-4) Respiratory Infection On 6 February 2019, RESPE reported an outbreak of EHV-4 respiratory infection on a […]

Interim ICC Report – January 19 #17 (31.01.19)

Interim Report Jan 19 #17 (31.01.19) – Report from France on EHV-4 REspiratory Infection & Strangles, Germany on Equine Influenza, Sweden on EHV-1 Abortion, EHV-1 Neurological Disease & Strangles Multiple cases of undiagnosed blindness, USA Equine Influenza France Equine Herpes Virus-4 (EHV-4) Respiratory Infection On 30 January 2019, RESPE reported two separate cases of EHV-4 […]

Interim ICC Report – January 19 #15 (25.01.19)

Interim Report Jan 19 #15 (25.01.19) – Report from Canada on EHV-1 Abortion & Neurological Disease, France on EHV-4 Respiratory Infection & USA on EHV-1 Neurological Disease, Equine Influenza & Strangles Canada Equine Herpes Virus-1 (EHV-1) Abortion and Neurological Disease On 18 January 2019 the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs (OMAFRA) was […]

Interim ICC Report – January 19 #13 (22.01.19)

UK Equine Influenza (EI) On 17 January 2019, Rossdales confirmed a case of EI on a premises in Lincolnshire. The laboratory confirmed positive in an unvaccinated 12-year-old Shetland Pony that presented with coughing and nasal discharge. There are a total of seven unvaccinated in-contacts and four of these are also demonstrating clinical signs consistent with […]

Interim ICC Report – January 19 #12 (21.01.19)

Bulgaria Equine Infectious Anaemia (EIA) On 21 January 2019, OIE reported a case of EIA in Pazardzik, southern Bulgaria. The affected horse had no clinical signs and was euthanased. The positive diagnosis was confirmed by Agar-immunodiffusion (antibody detection ELISA).   France Equine Herpes Virus-1 (EHV-1) Neurological Disease On 18 January 2019, RESPE reported an outbreak […]

Interim ICC Report – January 19 #07 (14.01.19)

Belgium Equine Influenza (EI) On 11 January 2019, Equine Focus Point Belgium reported a case of EI on a premises in the Region of Liège. The affected horse presented with nasal discharge and pyrexia. Positive diagnosis was confirmed by PCR on a nasal swab. France Equine Influenza (EI) On 11 January 2019, RESPE reported three […]

Interim ICC Report – January 19 #06 (11.01.19)

France Equine Herpes Virus-1 (EHV-1) Abortion On 9 January 2019, RESPE reported a case of EHV-1 Abortion on a premises in Sarthe. The positive diagnosis was confirmed by PCR on fetal tissue by LABEO Orne. Strangles On 10 January 2019, RESPE reported two separate cases of strangles. The first was on a premises in Moselle. […]

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