Equine Flu June 2019

Outbreaks

165. Monmouthshire
On 28 June 2019, AHT confirmed an outbreak of EI on a premises in Monmouthshire. The laboratory confirmed positive is an unvaccinated non-Thoroughbred that had clinical signs of coughing and nasal discharge. There are around 12 horses on the premises and two of these also have had clinical signs. The likely source of the infection is not known although the premises has had horses go off-site in the preceding two weeks. The positive diagnosis was confirmed by PCR on a nasopharyngeal swab.

164. West Yorkshire
On 28 June 2019, AHT confirmed an outbreak of EI on a premises in West Yorkshire. The one laboratory confirmed positive is an unvaccinated non-Thoroughbred with signs of coughing, nasal discharge and pyrexia. The source of the infection is thought to be an unvaccinated recent new arrival from the local area that demonstrated signs on arrival. One other unvaccinated horses also has clinical signs. There are a
further five or so horses on the premises with mixed vaccination status and all are clinically normal to date. The positive diagnosis was confirmed by PCR on nasopharyngeal swab. Voluntary movement restrictions have been instigated.

163. West Yorkshire
On 28 June 2019, AHT confirmed an outbreak of EI on a premises in West Yorkshire with five horses. The one laboratory confirmed positive is an unvaccinated non-Thoroughbred with signs of nasal discharge, pyrexia and laboured breathing and which is responding slowly to anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial therapy. The likely source of the infection is from three animals that had recently been moved to the premises and which had been noted coughing. The positive diagnosis was confirmed by PCR on a nasopharyngeal swab. Voluntary movement restrictions have been instigated.

162. Dorset
On 28 June 2019, AHT confirmed an outbreak of EI on a premises in Dorset. The one laboratory confirmed positive is an unvaccinated non-Thoroughbred with signs of coughing and nasal discharge. The likely source of the infection is not known but there are potentially indirect links to other premises, some of which have horses reported with signs of respiratory disease and these are being investigated to determine if they are attributable to EI. The positive diagnosis was confirmed by PCR on a nasopharyngeal swab.

161. Shropshire
On 28 June 2019, AHT confirmed an outbreak of EI on a premises in Shropshire. The one laboratory confirmed positive is an unvaccinated non-Thoroughbred with signs of coughing and nasal discharge. The affected animal had not left the premises, although there had been movements of other vaccinated horses on and off the premises, but which have not shown obvious clinical signs. The positive diagnosis was confirmed by PCR on a nasopharyngeal swab. Voluntary movement restrictions have been instigated.

160. County Durham
On 28 June 2019, AHT confirmed an outbreak of EI on a premises in County Durham with six horses of mixed vaccination status. The one laboratory confirmed positive is an unvaccinated non-Thoroughbred with signs of coughing, nasal discharge and lethargy and several other unvaccinated horses are reported to also be affected. The likely source of the infection is not known as the premise is relatively isolated, although there may have been opportunity for indirect spread. The positive diagnoses were confirmed by PCR on nasopharyngeal swabs. Voluntary movement restrictions have been instigated.

159. Teesside
On 28 June 2019, AHT confirmed an outbreak of EI on a premises in Teesside with eight unvaccinated horses. The one laboratory confirmed positive is an unvaccinated Thoroughbred with signs of coughing and nasal discharge and several other horses are reported with clinical signs, although these have not been confirmed as attributable to EI. The likely source of the infection is not known but may have been through indirect transmission through owner contact with another infected premise. The positive diagnoses were confirmed by PCR on nasopharyngeal swabs.

158. Carmarthenshire
On 28 June 2019, AHT confirmed an outbreak of EI on a premises in Carmarthenshire with approximately 20 horses of mixed vaccination status. The two laboratory confirmed positives are unvaccinated non-Thoroughbreds kept in different groups on the premise and both cases had signs of cough, nasal discharge and pyrexia when sampled. The likely source of the infection is not known but may have been different for both cases due to contiguous spread or close contact with a neighbouring infected horse. The positive diagnoses were confirmed by PCR on nasopharyngeal swabs. Voluntary movement restrictions have been instigated.

157. Lancashire
On 27 June 2019, AHT confirmed an outbreak of EI on a premises in Lancashire. The two laboratory confirmed positives are unvaccinated non-Thoroughbreds that had clinical signs of coughing, nasal discharge and pyrexia. Around 10 to 15 horses in total have had clinical signs and there are around 30 horses on the premises. The likely source of the infection is not known but the majority of horses on the premises are unvaccinated. The positive diagnoses were confirmed by PCR on nasopharyngeal swabs.

156. Hampshire
On 27 June 2019, AHT confirmed an outbreak of EI on a premises in Hampshire. The one laboratory confirmed positive is an unvaccinated non-Thoroughbred that had signs of cough, nasal discharge, pyrexia, inappetence and conjunctivitis for around one week when sampled. The likely source of the infection is not known but may have been through indirect transmission through owner contact with other infected horses linked to an event held recently in Cumbria. The positive diagnosis was confirmed by PCR on a nasopharyngeal swab.

155. Manchester
On 27 June 2019, AHT confirmed an outbreak of EI on a premises in Manchester. The two laboratory confirmed positives are non-Thoroughbreds that were unvaccinated and of unknown vaccination status, respectively and both had signs of cough, nasal discharge, pyrexia, inappetence and lethargy when sampled. There are approximately 30 horses on the premises with of mixed vaccinated status. The likely source of the infection is not known although the premises is busy and other events are held nearby. The positive diagnosis was confirmed by PCR on nasopharyngeal swabs.

154. County Durham
On 26 June 2019, Axiom confirmed an outbreak of EI on a premises in County Durham. The one laboratory confirmed positive is an unvaccinated non-Thoroughbred with signs of coughing. There are two vaccinated direct in contacts that have no clinical signs to date. The premises also has around 30 other horses onsite of mixed vaccination status and they also have no clinical signs to date. The likely source of the infection is not known but may have been through indirect transmission through owner contact with other infected horses linked to an event held recently in Cumbria. The positive diagnosis was confirmed by PCR on a nasopharyngeal swab. Voluntary movement restrictions have been instigated.

153. Manchester
On 26 June 2019, AHT confirmed an outbreak of EI on a premises in Manchester. The one laboratory confirmed positive is an aged unvaccinated non-Thoroughbred with signs of coughing, nasal discharge, pyrexia and lethargy. There are 20 horses on the premises with only the confirmed case affected so far. The positive diagnosis was confirmed by PCR on a nasopharyngeal swab.

152. Wrexham
On 26 June 2019, AHT confirmed an outbreak of EI on a premises in Wrexham. The one laboratory confirmed positive is an unvaccinated non-Thoroughbred with signs of coughing, nasal discharge and pyrexia. Respiratory signs have been noted in horses on a contiguous premises, although these have not been confirmed as attributable to EI. The positive diagnosis was confirmed by PCR on a nasopharyngeal swab.

151. Newport
On 26 June 2019, AHT confirmed an outbreak of EI on a premises in Newport, South Wales. The one laboratory confirmed positive is a non-Thoroughbred of lapsed vaccination status with reported signs of coughing and nasal discharge. Another animal with nasal discharge had arrived on the affected premises two weeks previously and may have acted as the source of infection in this case. The positive diagnosis was confirmed by PCR on a nasopharyngeal swab. Voluntary movement restrictions have been instigated.

150. Cumbria
On 26 June 2019, AHT confirmed an outbreak of EI on a premises in Cumbria. The two laboratory confirmed positives are unvaccinated non-Thoroughbreds with signs of coughing, nasal discharge, pyrexia and inappetance. The affected premise is located geographically close to where animals that attended a recent event in Cumbria, known to have been linked to other EI outbreaks in different parts of the country, had been temporarily held. The positive diagnosis was confirmed by PCR on a nasopharyngeal swab. Voluntary movement restrictions have been instigated.

149. Mid-Glamorgan
On 26 June 2019, AHT confirmed an outbreak of EI on a premises in Mid-Glamorgan. The three laboratory confirmed positives are non-Thoroughbreds of varying vaccination status with signs of coughing, nasal discharge, pyrexia, lethargy and swollen lymph nodes, with an additional unconfirmed case also reported. Respiratory signs have also been noted in horses on a contiguous premises, although these have not been confirmed as attributable to EI, but included animals that attended a recent event in Cumbria, known to have been linked to other EI outbreaks in different parts of the country. The positive diagnosis was confirmed by PCR on a nasopharyngeal swab. Voluntary movement restrictions have been instigated.

148. Cumbria
Cumbria On 26 June 2019, AHT confirmed an outbreak of EI on a premises in Cumbria. The two laboratory confirmed positives are unvaccinated non-Thoroughbreds with signs of coughing and nasal discharge first noted the previous day and now affecting three animals with 9 other vaccinated horses remaining unaffected to date. Respiratory signs have been noted in horses on a contiguous premises, although these have not been confirmed as attributable to EI. The positive diagnosis was confirmed by PCR on a nasopharyngeal swab. Voluntary movement restrictions have been instigated. On 28 June, AHT confirmed an additional laboratory positive on this premises. The affected horse is a vaccinated non-Thoroughbred with clinical signs. It had received the first two vaccines in its primary course 4 months previously.

147. Gloucestershire
On 26 June 2019, AHT confirmed a case of EI on a premises in Gloucestershire. The one laboratory confirmed positive is a non-Thoroughbred of unknown vaccination status with reported previous nasal discharge. The animal had recently arrived following importation from Ireland and placed into isolation and post-movement testing was conducted as a precaution. There are around 60 vaccinated horses on the premises with that have remained healthy to date. The positive diagnosis was confirmed by PCR on a nasopharyngeal swab. Voluntary movement restrictions have been instigated.

146. Staffordshire
On 25 June 2019, Rossdales confirmed an outbreak of EI on a premises in Staffordshire. The two laboratory confirmed positives are unvaccinated non-Thoroughbreds with clinical signs of cough, nasal discharge and pyrexia that had first been noted on 22 June 2019. The positive diagnosis was confirmed by PCR on nasopharyngeal swabs.

145. Derbyshire
On 25 June 2019. AHT confirmed a case of EI on a premises in Derbyshire. The one laboratory confirmed positive is a recently acquired unvaccinated non-Thoroughbred with signs of coughing and nasal discharge on a private premises with one other animal; the group that the affected animal came from had links to a recent event in Cumbria. The positive diagnosis was confirmed by PCR on a nasopharyngeal
swab.

144. Staffordshire
On 24 June 2019, AHT confirmed an outbreak of EI on a premises in Staffordshire. The laboratory confirmed positive is an unvaccinated non-Thoroughbred with clinical signs of coughing and nasal discharge. There are 15 in contacts of unknown vaccination status that are reported not to have had no clinical signs to date. The positive diagnosis was confirmed by PCR on a nasopharyngeal swab.

143. South Lanarkshire
On 24 June 2019, AHT confirmed an outbreak of EI on a premises in South Lanarkshire. The laboratory confirmed positive is an unvaccinated non-Thoroughbred with clinical signs of nasal discharge and pyrexia. There are 11 vaccinated in contacts that have been closely monitored, including temperature monitoring and they have had no clinical signs to date. The positive diagnosis was confirmed by PCR on a nasopharyngeal swab. Voluntary movement restrictions have been instigated.

142. Somerset
On 24 June 2019, AHT confirmed an outbreak of EI on a premises in Somerset. The one laboratory confirmed positive is an unvaccinated non-Thoroughbred with clinical signs of coughing, nasal discharge and pyrexia. There are around eight unvaccinated horses with clinical signs. The outbreak is related to a new arrival that had attended an event in Cumbria. There are a further ten vaccinated in contacts and these have not demonstrated any clinical signs to date. The positive diagnosis was confirmed by PCR on a nasopharyngeal swab. Voluntary movement restrictions have been instigated.

141. Tyne and Wear
On 24 June 2019, AHT confirmed an outbreak of EI on a premises in Tyne and Wear. The laboratory confirmed positive is an unvaccinated non-Thoroughbred with clinical signs of coughing, nasal discharge, pyrexia and lethargy. There are 5 vaccinated in contacts that have been closely monitored, including temperature monitoring and they have had no clinical signs to date. The positive diagnosis was confirmed by PCR on nasopharyngeal swabs. Voluntary movement restrictions have been instigated.

140. County Durham
On 24 June 2019, AHT confirmed an outbreak of EI on a premises in County Durham. The two laboratory confirmed positives are unvaccinated non-Thoroughbred that had clinical signs of coughing, nasal discharge, lethargy and pyrexia. There are reports that horses in the vicinity recently returned from an event in Cumbria and that other horses have had signs consistent with EI. There are around 30 in contacts in the region, with mixed vaccination status. Positive diagnoses were confirmed by PCR on a nasopharyngeal swab.

139. Cumbria
On 24 June 2019, AHT confirmed an outbreak of EI on a premises in Cumbria. The laboratory confirmed positive is an unvaccinated non-Thoroughbred that had clinical signs of coughing, nasal discharge, inappetence and lymphadenopathy. There are two unvaccinated in contacts and one of these has been coughing. The positive diagnosis was confirmed by PCR on nasopharyngeal swab. Voluntary movement restrictions have been instigated.

138. Hertfordshire
On 21 June 2019, AHT confirmed an outbreak of EI on a premises in Hertfordshire. The one laboratory confirmed positive is an unvaccinated non-Thoroughbred with clinical signs of coughing, nasal discharge and pyrexia. Five horses, including the laboratory positive, were recent new arrivals, having been purchased from an event in Cumbria and most have clinical signs. There are around 30 in contacts of mixed vaccination status. The positive diagnosis was confirmed by PCR on a nasopharyngeal swab. Voluntary movement restrictions have been instigated.

137. County Durham
On 21 June 2019, AHT confirmed an outbreak of EI on a premises in Durham. The three laboratory confirmed positives are unvaccinated non-Thoroughbreds with clinical signs of coughing, nasal discharge and pyrexia. There are 25 in contact and 10 in total have clinical signs so far. There are two vaccinated horses, one is clinically normal to date. The other has previously received the first two vaccines in its primary course and has very mild nasal discharge but no other signs, including no pyrexia. A horse on the premises recently returned from an event in Cumbria. Positive diagnoses were confirmed by PCR on a nasopharyngeal swab. Voluntary movement restrictions have been instigated.

136. Cardiff
On 20 June 2019, Axiom confirmed an outbreak of EI on a premises in Cardiff. The laboratory confirmed positive is an unvaccinated non-Thoroughbred that had signs of coughing and nasal discharge. There are around 10 horses on the premises, one other is also unvaccinated and has also had similar clinical signs to the confirmed case, the rest of the horses on the premises are vaccinated and have had no clinical signs to date. The horses on the affected premises do not leave the premises, but it is located geographically close to where animals that are thought to have attended a recent event in Cumbria, known to have been linked to other EI outbreaks in different parts of the country, reside. The positive diagnosis was confirmed by PCR on a nasopharyngeal swab. Voluntary movement restrictions have been put in place.

135. West Yorkshire
On 20 June 2019, AHT confirmed an outbreak of EI on a premises in West Yorkshire. The three laboratory confirmed positives are unvaccinated non-Thoroughbreds with signs of coughing, nasal discharge and pyrexia. There are 10 horses on the premises of which seven are showing clinical signs. The likely source of the infection is not known but there are potentially indirect links to other horses in the area. The positive diagnosis was confirmed by PCR on a nasopharyngeal swab.

134. West Yorkshire
On 20 June 2019, AHT confirmed an outbreak of EI on a premises in West Yorkshire. The laboratory confirmed positive is a vaccinated non-Thoroughbred with clinical signs of coughing, nasal discharge and pyrexia. There is one in contact and it had received a booster vaccination a few months ago and remains clinically normal to date. There has been no movement of horses on or off the premises recently and there are no horses in the vicinity. There are reports that personnel had contact with a horse displaying nasal discharge on a separate premises. The positive diagnosis was confirmed by PCR on a nasopharyngeal swab. Voluntary movement restrictions have been instigated.

133. County Durham
On 20 June 2019, AHT confirmed an outbreak of EI on a premises in Durham. The laboratory confirmed positive is an unvaccinated non-Thoroughbred that had clinical signs of coughing, nasal discharge and pyrexia. This outbreak is in close proximity to another previously reported outbreak. There are 60 in contacts with mixed vaccination status, the majority are unvaccinated. There are reports of at least eight other horses on this premises displaying clinical signs. The positive diagnosis was confirmed by PCR on nasopharyngeal swab. Voluntary movement restrictions have been instigated.

132. County Durham
On 20 June 2019, Axiom confirmed an outbreak of EI on a premises in County Durham. The laboratory confirmed positive is an unvaccinated non-Thoroughbred and was a recent new arrival in the preceding week. It has clinical signs of coughing, nasal discharge and pyrexia. There are around 40 in contacts, of which the majority are vaccinated. There are reports of in contacts with clinical signs too. The positive diagnosis was confirmed by PCR on nasopharyngeal swab. Voluntary movement restrictions have been instigated.

131. County Durham
On 19 June 2019, AHT confirmed an outbreak of EI on a premises in Durham. The laboratory confirmed positive is an unvaccinated non-Thoroughbred with clinical signs of coughing. There are around 30 in contacts that have a mixed vaccination status. There is one other unvaccinated horse reported to have clinical signs. A direct vaccinated in contact is reported to be clinically normal to date. Multiple horses on
the premises regularly attend equine events. The positive diagnosis was confirmed by PCR on a nasopharyngeal swab.

130. Surrey
On 19 June 2019, AHT confirmed an outbreak of EI on a premises in Surrey. The laboratory confirmed positive is an unvaccinated non-Thoroughbred with clinical signs of coughing, nasal discharge and pyrexia. There are seven in contacts that have been vaccinated within the last 6 months and all are clinically normal (including daily temperature monitoring) to date . The positive case was a new arrival in the preceding week and developed clinical signs a week after arrival. The positive diagnosis was confirmed by PCR on a nasopharyngeal swab. Voluntary movement restrictions have been instigated.

129. Surrey
On 19 June 2019, AHT confirmed an outbreak of EI on a premises in Surrey. The laboratory confirmed positive is an unvaccinated non-Thoroughbred with clinical signs of coughing, nasal discharge and pyrexia. There are 20 in contacts, of which the majority are unvaccinated. There are reports of seven in contacts with clinical signs but these have not had laboratory sampling performed. One of these was reported to have been vaccinated over 6 months ago and clinical signs have been milder than those in the unvaccinated horses. The positive diagnosis was confirmed by PCR on nasopharyngeal swab. Voluntary movement restrictions have been instigated.

128. Somerset
On 19 June 2019, AHT confirmed an outbreak of EI on a premises in Somerset. The three laboratory confirmed positives are non-Thoroughbreds, two are unvaccinated and one has an unconfirmed vaccination status. Clinical signs including coughing, nasal discharge and pyrexia. There are around 100 horses on the premises of mixed vaccinated status and there are reports of other horses with clinical signs. There has been a recent new arrival in the preceding week. Positive diagnoses were confirmed by PCR on a nasopharyngeal swab.

127. Swansea
On 18 June 2019, AHT confirmed an outbreak of EI on a premises in Swansea. The four laboratory confirmed positives are unvaccinated non-Thoroughbreds with clinical signs of coughing, nasal discharge and pyrexia. There are around 50 horses on the premises of which the majority are unvaccinated. There are multiple horses with clinical signs. This premises has regular movement of horses to other premises and events. in the last few weeks. Positive diagnoses were confirmed by PCR on a nasopharyngeal swab.

126. County Durham
On 18 June 2019, Axiom confirmed an outbreak of EI on a premises in Durham. The laboratory confirmed positive is an unvaccinated non-Thoroughbred that had clinical signs of coughing, nasal discharge and pyrexia. There are reports that a horse on the premises recently returned from an event in Cumbria, but this horse has been reported to have not displayed any clinical signs. There are 70 in contacts with mixed vaccination status. The positive diagnosis was confirmed by PCR on nasopharyngeal swab. Voluntary movement restrictions have been instigated.

125. Tyne and Wear
On 18 June 2019, AHT confirmed an outbreak of EI on a premises in Tyne and Wear. The laboratory confirmed positive is an unvaccinated non-Thoroughbred foal that presented with coughing, nasal discharge and pyrexia. The premises had a horse recently return from an event in Cumbria, that developed clinical signs shortly after arrival back at the home premises. There are two in-contact foals, which also have clinical signs and all three foals are receiving antimicrobial treatment and remain stable. Their mares are also affected and there are reports of at least a few other in contacts with clinical signs. There are over 200 unvaccinated in contacts. The positive diagnosis was confirmed by PCR on nasopharyngeal swab.

124. West Midlands
On 18 June 2019, AHT confirmed an outbreak of EI on a premises in West Midlands. The one laboratory confirmed case is an unvaccinated non-Thoroughbred that presented with clinical signs of cough, nasal discharge and pyrexia. There has been a new arrival on the premises in preceding week. There are 3 unvaccinated in contacts and all have clinical signs. The positive diagnosis was by PCR on a nasopharyngeal swab.

123. Sussex
On 17 June 2019, AHT confirmed an outbreak of EI on a premises in Sussex. The three laboratory confirmed positives are unvaccinated non-Thoroughbreds that had recently returned from an event in Cumbria. They have clinical signs of coughing, nasal discharge and pyrexia. There are 15 in contacts, of which the majority are vaccinated. Positive diagnoses were confirmed by PCR on nasopharyngeal swabs. Voluntary movement restrictions have been instigated.

122. Manchester
On 17 June 2019, AHT confirmed an outbreak of EI on a premises in Manchester. The laboratory confirmed positive is an unvaccinated non-Thoroughbred that had recently returned from an event in Cumbria. It has clinical signs of coughing, nasal discharge and pyrexia. There are 15 in contacts, of which the majority are vaccinated. There are reports of a few in contacts with clinical signs. The positive diagnosis was confirmed by PCR on nasopharyngeal swab. Voluntary movement restrictions have been instigated.

121. Carmarthenshire
On 14 June 2019, AHT confirmed an outbreak of EI on a premises in Carmarthenshire. The one laboratory confirmed positive is an unvaccinated non-Thoroughbred with clinical signs of coughing, nasal discharge and pyrexia. Five horses, including the laboratory positive, were recent new arrivals, having been purchased from a sale. There are a further ten in contacts of unreported vaccination status and all horses on the premises have clinical signs. The positive diagnosis was confirmed by PCR on a nasopharyngeal swab. Voluntary movement restrictions have been instigated.

120. Swansea
On 14 June 2019, AHT confirmed an outbreak of EI on a premises in Swansea. The two laboratory confirmed positives are unvaccinated non-Thoroughbreds with clinical signs of coughing, nasal discharge and pyrexia. There are over 20 horses on the premises of which only three are vaccinated. There are multiple horses with clinical signs, but the vaccinated horses are clinically normal to date. There have been new arrivals in the last few weeks. Positive diagnoses were confirmed by PCR on a nasopharyngeal swab. Voluntary movement restrictions have been instigated.

119. Herefordshire
On 14 June 2019, AHT confirmed an outbreak of EI on a premises in Herefordshire. The one laboratory confirmed case is an unvaccinated non-Thoroughbred that presented with clinical signs of cough, nasal discharge and pyrexia. There are 4 unvaccinated in contacts, of which three also have clinical signs. The positive diagnosis was by PCR on a nasopharyngeal swab.

118. Cardiff
On 13 June 2019, Axiom confirmed an outbreak of EI on a premises in Cardiff. The one laboratory confirmed positive by PCR on nasopharyngeal swab is an unvaccinated non-Thoroughbred with clinical signs of coughing, nasal discharge and pyrexia. There are two unvaccinated in contacts also reported to be showing clinical signs. Voluntary movement restrictions have been instigated.

117. Cardiff
On 13 June 2019, Axiom confirmed an outbreak of EI on a separate premises in Cardiff. The one laboratory confirmed positive by PCR on nasopharyngeal swab is an unvaccinated non-Thoroughbred with clinical signs of coughing, nasal discharge and pyrexia. There is one unvaccinated in contact and it is also reported to be showing clinical signs. Voluntary movement restrictions have been instigated.

116. Monmouthshire
On 13 June 2019, Axiom confirmed an outbreak of EI on a premises in Monmouthshire. The one laboratory confirmed positive by PCR on nasopharyngeal swab is an unvaccinated non-Thoroughbred with clinical signs of coughing, nasal discharge and pyrexia. There are no in contacts. Voluntary movement restrictions have been instigated.

115. Cheshire
On 12 June 2019, AHT confirmed an outbreak of EI on a premises in Cheshire. The laboratory confirmed positive is an unvaccinated non-Thoroughbred with clinical signs of coughing, nasal discharge and pyrexia. There are over 20 horses on the premises, with mixed vaccination status and there are reports of multiple horses with clinical signs. There have been new arrivals in the last few weeks. The positive diagnosis was confirmed by PCR on a nasopharyngeal swab. Voluntary movement restrictions have been instigated.

114. Staffordshire
On 11 June 2019, AHT confirmed a case of EI on a premises in Staffordshire. The one laboratory confirmed case, which was positive by PCR on nasopharyngeal swab, is an unvaccinated non-Thoroughbred with clinical signs of mucopurulent nasal discharge, coughing, pyrexia, swollen lymph nodes and conjunctivitis. The affected animal had been purchased one week previously from another premises in England.

113. Cumbria
On 11 June 2019, AHT confirmed an outbreak of EI at an event in Cumbria. The two laboratory confirmed cases, which were both positive by PCR on nasopharyngeal swabs, are unvaccinated non-Thoroughbreds that presented with cough, nasal discharge and pyrexia. There are reports of several other clinically affected horses at the event.

112. Central Scotland
On 10 June 2019, AHT confirmed an outbreak of EI on a premises in Central Scotland. The one laboratory confirmed case, which was positive by PCR on nasopharyngeal swab, is an unvaccinated non-Thoroughbred with clinical signs of mucopurulent nasal discharge, coughing and pyrexia. The affected horse was a very recent arrival on the premises having originated in the Netherlands more than a week previously and spending time on another premises in England.

111. Leicestershire
On 7 June 2019, AHT confirmed an outbreak of EI on a premises in Leicestershire. The one laboratory confirmed case is an unvaccinated non-Thoroughbred that presented with clinical signs of cough, nasal discharge and pyrexia. There are around 40 other horses on the premises that are largely vaccinated and no other clinical cases have so far been reported. The positive diagnosis was by PCR on a nasopharyngeal swab.

110. Essex
On 5 June 2019, AHT confirmed an outbreak of EI on a premises in Essex. The two laboratory confirmed cases are both unvaccinated non-Thoroughbreds demonstrating clinical signs that included dry harsh cough, nasal discharge, lethargy and conjunctivitis. One of the two cases had been acquired without isolation from another premises the week before. Both positive diagnoses were by PCR on nasopharyngeal swabs.

109. Swansea
On 5 June 2019, AHT confirmed an outbreak of EI on a premises in Swansea. The two laboratory confirmed cases, which were positive by PCR on nasopharyngeal swabs, are both lapsed vaccinated. One is a Thoroughbred and one a non-Thoroughbred with clinical signs of mucopurulent nasal discharge and coughing. This premises is in close proximity to another premises that has had a confirmed outbreak of EI recently. There are a total of 10 in contacts, with mixed vaccination status, none of which have shown any clinical signs to date.

108. Swansea
On 5 June 2019, AHT confirmed an outbreak of EI in Swansea. Four cases reported among 20 animals, the one laboratory confirmed case is a non-Thoroughbred of unknown vaccination status that presented with cough, nasal discharge and pyrexia. Positive diagnoses were by PCR on nasopharyngeal swabs.

107. Swansea
On 5 June 2019, AHT confirmed an outbreak of EI in Swansea. Two cases, one Thoroughbred and one non-Thoroughbred, reported among 12 animals; both laboratory confirmed cases are lapsed vaccinated and clinical signs included cough, nasal discharge and enlarged lymph nodes. Positive diagnoses were by PCR on nasopharyngeal swabs.

106. Cambridgeshire
On 5 June 2019, AHT confirmed an outbreak of EI involving two neighbouring premises in Cambridgeshire, with five laboratory confirmed cases on one premise and one on the other. All cases are unvaccinated non-Thoroughbreds demonstrating clinical signs that variously included coughing, nasal discharge, pyrexia, lethargy, inappetence and enlarged lymph nodes. Positive diagnoses were all by PCR on nasopharyngeal swabs.

105. Suffolk
On 4 June 2019 AHT confirmed an outbreak of EI on a premises in Suffolk, involving three unvaccinated non-Thoroughbred horses that presented with cough, nasal discharge and pyrexia. Positive diagnoses were confirmed by PCR on a nasopharyngeal swab from one of the affected horses.

104. Sussex
On 4 June 2019, AHT confirmed an outbreak of EI on a premises in Sussex, involving unvaccinated non-Thoroughbred mares and young stock. Few further details are available at this stage. Positive diagnoses were confirmed by PCR on nasopharyngeal swabs from several affected horses.

103. Swansea
On 4 June 2019, AHT confirmed an outbreak of EI on a premises in Swansea. The one laboratory confirmed case, which was positive by PCR on nasopharyngeal swab, is an unvaccinated non-Thoroughbred that presented with cough, nasal discharge and pyrexia. There are reports of several other clinically affected horses on the premises.

102. Essex
On 3 June 2019, AHT confirmed an outbreak of EI on a premises in Essex. The one laboratory confirmed positive by PCR on nasopharyngeal swab is a vaccinated Thoroughbred with clinical signs of mucopurulent nasal discharge at time of veterinary examination but reported during the preceding week with signs of coughing, serous nasal discharge, fever and inappetence. There are several unvaccinated in contact animals also reported showing clinical signs. Voluntary movement restrictions have been instigated.