Arbovirus surveillance programme

Arbovirus surveillance programme
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The arbovirus surveillance programme was instigated in 1991 to provide assurance of New Zealand’s freedom from arboviruses, particularly bluetongue virus, which affects sheep and cattle. Other arboviruses of veterinary concern include epizootic haemorrhagic disease virus and Akabane virus.

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