One of the major problems with EVA is how easily it can be transferred from one horse to another. Of course there is the respiratory route, where nasal secretions spread the virus from horse to horse through a barn or training stable. Then there are the contaminated fluids from an aborted fetus, which are loaded with the virus.

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