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One Barn At Remington Released From EHV-1 Quarantine

The Equine Disease Communication Center released the following update regarding the EHV-1 quarantine at Remington Park on Dec. 7: The quarantine on the first quarantined barn was released on 12/5/19. The horses in this barn completed 14 days with no exposure to an EHV-1 positive horse, no fevers, no symptoms compatible with EHV-1, and two […]

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Equine Disease Communication Center Launches New Phone App

The Equine Disease Communication Center (EDCC) has launched a mobile app version of its online information system to make real-time alerts for infectious diseases available for all parts of the horse industry on a smart phone. The EDCC Disease Alerts app connects directly to the disease alert page, making it easy for users to filter […]

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Multiple Facilities In Florida Under Quarantine For Strangles

According to the Equine Disease Communication Center (EDCC), the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services put out two separate alerts on April 13 for confirmed cases of strangles in Florida. According to the EDCC, throughout the month of March five facilities in Sarasota, Mario, Palm Beach, Osceola and Seminole Counties that were put under […]

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EHV-1 Quarantine Released At Portland Meadows; Lone Affected Horse Recovers, Tests Negative

The Equine Disease Communication Center released the following alert from the Oregon Department of Agriculture on Feb. 10: The Oregon Department of Agriculture has released the quarantine for the wild type EHV-1 positive horse at the Portland Meadows racetrack. ┬áThe affected horse has made an impressive recovery and now tests┬ánegative for EHV-1. Originally reported on […]

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EDCC Posts Alert For Potomac Horse Fever In Six Kentucky Counties

On August 14, 2017 the Equine Disease Communication Center (EDCC) posted a disease outbreak alert for Potomac horse fever for six Kentucky counties. Counties included in the outbreak alert are Taylor, Woodford, Fayette, Bourbon, Scott and Harrison counties. According to the EDCC alert, the University of Kentucky Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory has confirmed 28 cases of […]

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