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    Belgium: Schmallenberg virus found in 213 holdings


    Update march 12 , 14:00


    Number of suspected premises : 623

    Number of confirmed premises : 213

    Cattle holdings: 60

    Sheep holdings: 151

    Goat holdings: 2



    3 of the cattle holdings were confirmed from 23 samples taken last autumn

    Map of Sheepholdings en Goatholdings


    Map of Cattelholdings


    Source: FAVV/CODA-CERVA
    “Addressing chronic disease is an issue of human rights – that must be our call to arms"
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      Netherlands: Schmallenberg virus confirmed in 153 farms

      Update march 9 2012

      Number of suspected premises : 904

      Number of confirmed premises : 153


      Cattle holdings: 47

      8 cattle holdings were found to be positive from bloodsamples taken last autumn. These holdings are NOT included in the total number

      Sheep holdings : 101

      Goat holdings : 32


      Link to MAP

      nVWA

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      “Addressing chronic disease is an issue of human rights – that must be our call to arms"
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        france : map : http://www.survepi.org/cerepi/images...rancecarte.pdf

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          12 March – Schmallenberg virus: further update on GB testing results

          Schmallenberg virus (SBV) infection has been identified on 158 farms.

          Eleven of the positive cases have been diagnosed in cattle, 147 in sheep, and none to date in other species.

          No increase in the counties affected.

          SBV infection has only been identified in areas at risk of midge incursion from Northern Europe during summer / autumn 2011.

          Figures correct as of 12 March 2012

          County--(Sheep)--(Cattle)--(Goats or exotic ruminants)--Total

          Cambridgeshire 1 0 0 1

          Cornwall 1 0 0 1

          Devon 2 0 0 2

          Dorset 3 0 0 3

          East Sussex 27 1 0 28

          Essex 8 0 0 8

          Hampshire 7 0 0 7

          Hertfordshire 5 0 0 5

          Isle of Wight 2 0 0 2

          Kent 28 2 0 30

          Leicestershire 1 0 0 1

          Lincolnshire 1 0 0 1

          Norfolk 15 4 0 19

          S Gloucestershire 2 0 0 2

          Somerset 1 0 0 1

          Suffolk 12 2 0 14

          Surrey 5 0 0 5

          West Berkshire 1 0 0 1

          West Sussex 20 1 0 21

          Wiltshire 5 1 0 6

          Total 147 11 0 158

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          “Addressing chronic disease is an issue of human rights – that must be our call to arms"
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            Germany: current information on ‛Schmallenberg virus’

            last updated March 12, 2012

            In Germany animals from 923 holdings have been tested positive for ‛Schmallenberg virus’ so far.

            The cases occurred in 108 cattle holdings, 775 sheep holdings and 40 goat holdings.


            Affected federal states are North Rhine-Westphalia (50 cattle, 255 sheep, 11 goat holdings), Lower Saxony (21 cattle, 128 sheep, 6 goat holdings), Hesse (6 cattle, 102 sheep holdings, 5 goat holdings), Schleswig-Holstein (17 cattle, 98 sheep, 1 goat holdings), Rhineland-Palatinate (1 Bison, 6 cattle, 38 sheep, 5 goat holdings), Baden-Wuerttemberg (2 cattle, 21 sheep, 5 goat holdings), Brandenburg (1 cattle, 19 sheep holdings), Thuringia (30 sheep holdings, 2 goat holdings), Saxony-Anhalt (21 sheep holdings, 2 goat holding), Hamburg (2 cattle, 6 sheep holdings), Bavaria (15 sheep holdings, 1 goat holding), Saxony (1 cattle, 30 sheep holdings), Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania (1 cattle, 9 sheep holdings, 1 goat holding), Saarland (2 sheep holdings, 1 goat holding) and Berlin (1 sheep holding).

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              Schmallenberg-virus found in Spain

              march 13, 2012

              The Schmallenberg-virus is confirmed in a sheepfarm in Andalucia, Spain.




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              “Addressing chronic disease is an issue of human rights – that must be our call to arms"
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                Current Information on ‛Schmallenberg virus’

                last updated March 14, 2012

                In Germany animals from 944 holdings have been tested positivE for ‛Schmallenberg virus’ so far.

                The cases occurred in 124 cattle holdings, 780 sheep holdings and 40 goat holdings.


                Affected federal states are North Rhine-Westphalia (56 cattle, 256 sheep, 11 goat holdings), Lower Saxony (28 cattle, 131 sheep, 6 goat holdings), Hesse (8 cattle, 103 sheep holdings, 5 goat holdings), Schleswig-Holstein (18 cattle, 98 sheep, 1 goat holdings), Rhineland-Palatinate (1 Bison, 6 cattle, 38 sheep, 5 goat holdings), Baden-Wuerttemberg (2 cattle, 21 sheep, 5 goat holdings), Brandenburg (1 cattle, 19 sheep holdings), Thuringia (30 sheep holdings, 2 goat holdings), Saxony-Anhalt (21 sheep holdings, 2 goat holding), Hamburg (2 cattle, 6 sheep holdings), Bavaria (15 sheep holdings, 1 goat holding), Saxony (1 cattle, 30 sheep holdings), Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania (1 cattle, 9 sheep holdings, 1 goat holding), Saarland (2 sheep holdings, 1 goat holding) and Berlin (1 sheep holding).

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                “Addressing chronic disease is an issue of human rights – that must be our call to arms"
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                  Germany: current Information on ‛Schmallenberg virus’

                  last updated March 16, 2012

                  In Germany animals from 980 holdings have been tested positive for ‛Schmallenberg virus’ so far.

                  The cases occurred in 143 cattle holdings, 796 sheep holdings and 41 goat holdings.


                  Affected federal states are North Rhine-Westphalia (59 cattle, 256 sheep, 11 goat holdings), Lower Saxony (39 cattle, 134 sheep, 6 goat holdings), Hesse (9 cattle, 111 sheep holdings, 6 goat holdings), Schleswig-Holstein (18 cattle, 98 sheep, 1 goat holdings), Rhineland-Palatinate (1 Bison, 8 cattle, 38 sheep, 5 goat holdings), Baden-Wuerttemberg (2 cattle, 21 sheep, 5 goat holdings), Brandenburg (2 cattle, 19 sheep holdings), Thuringia (30 sheep holdings, 2 goat holdings), Saxony-Anhalt (1 cattle, 23 sheep holdings, 2 goat holding), Hamburg (2 cattle, 6 sheep holdings), Bavaria (15 sheep holdings, 1 goat holding), Saxony (1 cattle, 32 sheep holdings), Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania (1 cattle, 9 sheep holdings, 1 goat holding), Saarland (3 sheep holdings, 1 goat holding) and Berlin (1 sheep holding).

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                  “Addressing chronic disease is an issue of human rights – that must be our call to arms"
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                    16 March – Schmallenberg virus: further update on GB testing results

                    Schmallenberg virus (SBV) infection has been identified on 176 farms.

                    Twelve of the positive cases have been diagnosed in cattle, 164 in sheep, and none to date in other species such as goats, camelids or deer.

                    Two new counties are included in the list – Greater London and Warwickshire.

                    Currently, SBV infection has only been identified in areas predicted to be at risk of midge incursion from Northern Europe during summer / autumn 2011.

                    It is likely that domestic midges have transmitted SBV within the affected areas.

                    Figures correct as of 16 March 2012

                    County-Sheep-Cattle-Goats-Total

                    Cambridgeshire 1 0 0 1

                    Cornwall 1 0 0 1

                    Devon 3 0 0 3

                    Dorset 3 0 0 3

                    East Sussex 28 1 0 29

                    Essex 8 0 0 8

                    Greater London 1 0 0 1

                    Hampshire 8 0 0 8

                    Hertfordshire 5 0 0 5

                    Isle of Wight 2 0 0 2

                    Kent 31 2 0 33

                    Leicestershire 1 0 0 1

                    Lincolnshire 1 0 0 1

                    Norfolk 15 4 0 19

                    S Gloucestershire 2 0 0 2

                    Somerset 3 0 0 3

                    Suffolk 12 2 0 14

                    Surrey 6 0 0 6

                    Warwickshire 2 0 0 2

                    West Berkshire 2 0 0 2

                    West Sussex 24 2 0 26

                    Wiltshire 5 1 0 6

                    Total 164 12 0 176
                    “Addressing chronic disease is an issue of human rights – that must be our call to arms"
                    Richard Horton, Editor-in-Chief The Lancet

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                      Netherlands: Schmallenberg virus confirmed in 178 farms

                      Update march 16 2012

                      Number of suspected premises : 1,040

                      Number of confirmed premises : 178


                      Cattle holdings: 72

                      8 cattle holdings were found to be positive from bloodsamples taken last autumn. These holdings are NOT included in the total number

                      Sheep holdings : 101

                      Goat holdings : 31


                      Link to Map

                      nVWA

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                      “Addressing chronic disease is an issue of human rights – that must be our call to arms"
                      Richard Horton, Editor-in-Chief The Lancet

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                        France: Schmallenberg virus confirmed in 824 holdings in 40 departments.

                        16 march 2012

                        Today the Ministry of Agriculture announced the confirmation of the Schmallenberg virus in 824 holdings in France.

                        Mostly sheepfarms are affected, together with 53 cattle holdings, 8 goat holdings and 2 mixed sheep/goat holdings.

                        Présence du virus de Schmallenberg en France

                        16 mars 2012

                        La présence du virus de Schmallenberg vient d’être confirmée dans 154 nouvelles exploitations.

                        Au total ce sont 824 élevages qui sont donc touchés dans 40 départements (01, 02, 03, 08, 10, 14, 16, 17, 18, 21, 23, 27, 36, 37, 41, 45, 49, 50, 51, 52, 54, 55, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 76, 79, 80, 86, 87, 88, 89).

                        Il s’agit essentiellement d’élevages ovins, mais on compte 53 élevages bovins, 8 élevages caprins et 2 élevage ovin/caprin.

                        http://agriculture.gouv.fr/maladies-animales,11003
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                        “Addressing chronic disease is an issue of human rights – that must be our call to arms"
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                          Germany: current information on ‛Schmallenberg virus’

                          last updated March 19, 2012

                          In Germany animals from 1000 holdings have been tested positive for ‛Schmallenberg virus’ so far.

                          The cases occurred in 160 cattle holdings, 799 sheep holdings and 41 goat holdings.


                          Affected federal states are North Rhine-Westphalia (71 cattle, 258 sheep, 11 goat holdings), Lower Saxony (42 cattle, 134 sheep, 6 goat holdings), Hesse (9 cattle, 112 sheep holdings, 6 goat holdings), Schleswig-Holstein (18 cattle, 98 sheep, 1 goat holdings), Rhineland-Palatinate (1 Bison, 9 cattle, 38 sheep, 5 goat holdings), Baden-Wuerttemberg (3 cattle, 21 sheep, 5 goat holdings), Brandenburg (2 cattle, 19 sheep holdings), Thuringia (30 sheep holdings, 2 goat holdings), Saxony-Anhalt (1 cattle, 23 sheep holdings, 2 goat holding), Hamburg (2 cattle, 6 sheep holdings), Bavaria (15 sheep holdings, 1 goat holding), Saxony (1 cattle, 32 sheep holdings), Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania (1 cattle, 9 sheep holdings, 1 goat holding), Saarland (3 sheep holdings, 1 goat holding) and Berlin (1 sheep holding).

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                          “Addressing chronic disease is an issue of human rights – that must be our call to arms"
                          Richard Horton, Editor-in-Chief The Lancet

                          ~~~~ Twitter:@GertvanderHoek ~~~ GertvanderHoek@gmail.com ~~~

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                            20 March – Schmallenberg virus: further update on GB testing results

                            Schmallenberg virus (SBV) infection has been identified on 190 farms.

                            Fourteen of the positive cases have been diagnosed in cattle, 176 in sheep, and none to date in other species such as goats, camelids or deer.

                            Currently, SBV infection has only been identified in areas predicted to be at risk of midge incursion from Northern Europe during summer / autumn 2011. It is likely that domestic midges have transmitted SBV within the affected areas.

                            Figures correct as of 20 March 2012

                            County--Sheep--Cattle--Goats--Total

                            Cambridgeshire 1 0 0 1

                            Cornwall 1 0 0 1

                            Devon 3 0 0 3

                            Dorset 3 0 0 3

                            East Sussex 30 1 0 31

                            Essex 10 0 0 10

                            Greater London 1 0 0 1

                            Hampshire 10 0 0 10

                            Hertfordshire 6 0 0 6

                            Isle of Wight 2 0 0 2

                            Kent 32 3 0 35

                            Leicestershire 1 0 0 1

                            Lincolnshire 1 0 0 1

                            Norfolk 15 4 0 19

                            S Gloucestershire 2 0 0 2

                            Somerset 3 0 0 3

                            Suffolk 12 2 0 14

                            Surrey 5 0 0 5

                            Warwickshire 2 0 0 2

                            West Berkshire 2 0 0 2

                            West Sussex 29 3 0 32

                            Wiltshire 5 1 0 6

                            Total 176 14 0 190

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                            “Addressing chronic disease is an issue of human rights – that must be our call to arms"
                            Richard Horton, Editor-in-Chief The Lancet

                            ~~~~ Twitter:@GertvanderHoek ~~~ GertvanderHoek@gmail.com ~~~

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                              Germany: Current Information on ‛Schmallenberg virus’

                              last updated March 20, 2012

                              In Germany animals from 1017 holdings have been tested positive for ‛Schmallenberg virus’ so far.

                              The cases occurred in 168 cattle holdings, 808 sheep holdings and 41 goat holdings.


                              Affected federal states are North Rhine-Westphalia (72 cattle, 260 sheep, 11 goat holdings), Lower Saxony (47 cattle, 138 sheep, 6 goat holdings), Hesse (9 cattle, 113 sheep holdings, 6 goat holdings), Schleswig-Holstein (18 cattle, 98 sheep, 1 goat holdings), Rhineland-Palatinate (1 Bison, 11 cattle, 39 sheep, 5 goat holdings), Baden-Wuerttemberg (3 cattle, 21 sheep, 5 goat holdings), Brandenburg (2 cattle, 20 sheep holdings), Thuringia (30 sheep holdings, 2 goat holdings), Saxony-Anhalt (1 cattle, 23 sheep holdings, 2 goat holding), Hamburg (2 cattle, 6 sheep holdings), Bavaria (15 sheep holdings, 1 goat holding), Saxony (1 cattle, 32 sheep holdings), Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania (1 cattle, 9 sheep holdings, 1 goat holding), Saarland (3 sheep holdings, 1 goat holding) and Berlin (1 sheep holding).

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                              “Addressing chronic disease is an issue of human rights – that must be our call to arms"
                              Richard Horton, Editor-in-Chief The Lancet

                              ~~~~ Twitter:@GertvanderHoek ~~~ GertvanderHoek@gmail.com ~~~

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                                Germany: current Information on ‛Schmallenberg virus’

                                last updated March 21, 2012

                                In Germany animals from 1035 holdings have been tested positive for ‛Schmallenberg virus’ so far.

                                The cases occurred in 180 cattle holdings, 814 sheep holdings and 41 goat holdings.


                                Affected federal states are North Rhine-Westphalia (78 cattle, 260 sheep, 11 goat holdings), Lower Saxony (52 cattle, 138 sheep, 6 goat holdings), Hesse (9 cattle, 114 sheep holdings, 6 goat holdings), Schleswig-Holstein (18 cattle, 99 sheep, 1 goat holdings), Rhineland-Palatinate (1 Bison, 11 cattle, 39 sheep, 5 goat holdings), Baden-Wuerttemberg (3 cattle, 22 sheep, 5 goat holdings), Brandenburg (2 cattle, 21 sheep holdings), Thuringia (30 sheep holdings, 2 goat holdings), Saxony-Anhalt (2 cattle, 23 sheep holdings, 2 goat holding), Hamburg (2 cattle, 6 sheep holdings), Bavaria (16 sheep holdings, 1 goat holding), Saxony (1 cattle, 32 sheep holdings), Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania (1 cattle, 9 sheep holdings, 1 goat holding), Saarland (4 sheep holdings, 1 goat holding) and Berlin (1 sheep holding).

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