Canine influenza in Ontario: New cluster in Orillia
From the Worms & Germs blog:
“While we had hoped that control of the two recent clusters of H3N2 canine influenza in Windsor-Essex, Ontario, meant that the province was again free of that virus, another cluster of infections has been identified, this time in Orillia, Ontario. Investigation is ongoing so the number of infected dogs is currently unclear, but as always, introduction of this virus into a population of dogs with no pre-existing immunity from previous influenza exposure or vaccination raises concern that the virus could spread quickly if it gets a foothold in the community.”
For more information about this, please visit the post on the Worms and Germs blog here.