WNV Holds Up Australian Quarantine

The Australian Horse Industry Council congratulated quarantine authorities for their actions in the case of a horse which became sick during quarantine in Sydney and later was determined to have West Nile virus (WNV). Horse Council president Paul O'Callaghan, BVSc, said, "The horse was only released after a risk assessment based on sound science and good consultation. The Post-Arrival

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