Equine Flu: Australia Sets Interim Importation Requirements

As equine influenza (EI) continues its spread through the infected areas of New South Wales and Queensland, Australian officials have ramped up the quarantine requirements for horses imported into the country.

According to updates released by Australia's Horse Industry Council, the first suspected case of EI was detected at Eastern Creek Quarantine Station in New South Wales on Aug. 17.

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