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 H1N1 Conformed in Irish Pig Herd

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PostSubject: H1N1 Conformed in Irish Pig Herd   Thu Oct 01, 2009 4:55 pm

H1N1 confirmed in Irish pig herd 30 Sep 2009

The Republic of Ireland has reported an occurrence of the novel influenza A virus (H1N1) in a pig herd, the International Organization for Animal Health (OIE) reported yesterday.

The virus was discovered in Kilworth, county Cork. About 40 animals in a herd of 3,050 swine herd (approximately 1.3%) contracted the virus. The virus was discovered earlier this month and confirmed yesterday at the Central Veterinary Research Laboratory, Backweston, in county Kildare.

An infected farm worker is thought to be the source of infection, the report said.

Monitored

The report also mentioned: "The pigs were being monitored as high-risk following confirmation of the virus in a worker on 22 September. The worker tended the pigs from 15-18 September whilst sick. Clinical signs commenced in the pigs on 25 September with sows off feed and laboured breathing. Movements of pigs off farm have been stopped voluntarily since 18 September in accordance with a Code of Practice previously agreed between Department of Agriculture and stakeholders."


Earlier cases of novel H1N1 in pigs have been confirmed in Northern Ireland (about ten days ago), Argentina, Canada and Australia.


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