A new, high-risk EIA group has emerged in the past five years in which the primary method of disease spread is iatrogenic transmission.
A premises in North Carolina had a strangles-positive mare and foal and 20 others exposed.
Since the last report on August 9, there have been 117 new VSV-affected premises identified.
Since Friday, August 9, 2019, the Texas Animal Health Commission has received reports of four new confirmed cases of vesicular stomatitis virus (VSV) and 7 new suspect cases.
WNV was reported in Fairfield County and EEE was reported in New London County in Connecticut.
A yearling filly in Oswego County, New York, was euthanized due to Eastern equine encephalitis.