Confirmed Cases of EEE in Haldimand

Posted Aug 20th, 2018 in Home Page articles, Equine-Canada, horse-health

Confirmed Cases of EEE in Haldimand

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HEALTH ALERT: CONFIRMED CASES OF EASTERN EQUINE ENCEPHALITIS IN ONTARIO


horse nose Below are details from the Canadian Animal Health Surveillance System (CAHSS) pertaining to newly confirmed cases of Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) in the province of Ontario.

The Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs was notified of two confirmed cases of EEE in Haldimand County, ON. Both horses, from separate farms, were unvaccinated for EEE and had no history of travel. They were euthanized following the sudden onset and progression of neurological signs. Laboratory diagnostic testing confirmed infection with the EEE virus. Private veterinarians have confirmed three more horses have demonstrated acute onset of neurological disease within a five kilometre radius of these two horses, and two have been euthanized.

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