South Carolina’s Second 2019 Equine EEE Case

A mare in Marlboro County was confirmed positive for EEE on July 26.

EEE was diagnosed in a mare in Marlboro County, South Carolina. iStock

The Equine Disease Communication Center reported that a 3-year-old Quarter Horse mare in Marlboro County, South Carolina, was confirmed positive for Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) on July 26. The mare was euthanized. Her vaccination status was unknown.

This is the second EEE case in South Carolina this year.

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