Japanese encephalitis still a risk for piggeries

By Kiara Stacey and Chris McLennan
Updated July 20 2022 - 3:50am, first published 3:33am
"It is likely that the movement of infected mosquitoes or migratory waterbirds may have played a part in the virus' spread."

Despite new detections of Japanese encephalitis virus in feral pigs interstate, there has been no new detections in piggeries in SA since May, according to a PIRSA spokesperson.

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