On November 20, 2017, an Arabian gelding in Fort Valley, Georgia, had serous nasal discharge and a 105.2 fever and was confirmed to have equine influenza. Twenty two horse were exposed and no horses were isolated. The affected horse had a good vaccination history and is alive.
Two Dozen Equine Influenza Cases Reported in Georgia
24 horses have been reported as affected with equine influenza in Bibb County, Georgia, with 57 horses exposed.