Vesicular Stomatitis Situation Report
July 8, 2020 —
Cases of vesicular stomatitis virus (VSV) continue to be diagnosed in Oklahoma, Kansas, and Nebraska, primarily on equine premises. Access current situation reports from USDA-APHIS her.
Vesicular stomatitis is a zoonotic, viral disease found in livestock, including swine. It is characterized by vesicles, erosions, and ulcers on the mouth and feet, and can resemble foot and mouth disease, swine vesicular disease, vesicular exanthema of swine, and senecavirus A. VS is a notifiable disease and should be reported to your state animal health official.
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