New Mexico Announces Detection Of Vesicular Stomatitis

As of May 18, two horses in New Mexico have been diagnosed with vesticular stomatitis (VS). The virus (Indiana type) was isolated from one horse on a premises in Otero County, New Mexico. Another horse on the same premises was serologically positive. Both horses were showing clinical signs of VS. The Office of International Epizootics has been notified.

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