Piroplasmosis Caught in Australian Quarantine

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Detection of a horse positive for piroplasmosis caused significant concern at a Victoria, Australia, Quarantine facility in March. The situation made officials thankful that quarantine surveillance methods were already in place—plans which arose from concerns about seropositive horses which are to compete in the Sydney Olympics this September (see Up Front, March 2000, p. 12).

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