Two Kansas Horses Test Positive for Equine Influenza
Two horses confirmed with equine influenza in Kansas are now deceased and the farm is under a voluntary quarantine.
Dickinson County, Kansas, map
Two horses were confirmed with equine influenza in Dickinson County, Kansas. They were both reported deceases. iStock photos

An attending veterinarian reported that two horses were confirmed positive for equine influenza on a private facility in Dickinson County, Kansas. Both horses were reported to be deceased. The farm is under a voluntary quarantine.

For more information about equine influenza read this EDCC Fact Sheet.

Information for this report was provided by the Equine Disease Communication Center.

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