Canada - Influenza A viruses of high pathogenicity (Inf. with) (non-poultry including wild birds) (2017-) - Follow up report 2


GENERAL INFORMATION
COUNTRY/TERRITORY OR ZONE
COUNTRY/TERRITORY

ANIMAL TYPE
TERRESTRIAL

DISEASE CATEGORY
OIE-listed

EVENT ID
4754

DISEASE
Influenza A viruses of high pathogenicity (Inf. with) (non-poultry including wild birds) (2017-)

CAUSAL AGENT
Highly pathogenic avian influenza virus

GENOTYPE / SEROTYPE / SUBTYPE
H5 (N untyped)

START DATE
2022/04/06

REASON FOR NOTIFICATION
New strain in the country

DATE OF LAST OCCURRENCE
-

CONFIRMATION DATE
2022/11/08

EVENT STATUS
On-going

END DATE
-

SELF-DECLARATION
NO

REPORT INFORMATION
REPORT NUMBER
Follow-up report 2

REPORT ID
FUR_160275

REPORT REFERENCE
-

REPORT DATE
2023/05/01

REPORT STATUS
Validated

NO EVOLUTION REPORT
-

EPIDEMIOLOGY
SOURCE OF EVENT OR ORIGIN OF INFECTION
Contact with wild species
Unknown or inconclusive

EPIDEMIOLOGICAL COMMENTS

We report additional birds with wholy Eurasian H5N5 in American crows from Prince Edward Island. We also report an H5Nx in a blue winged teal from Manitoba with a mixture of H5N1 High Pathogenicity avian influenza virus and North American lineage H4N6. H5N1 wildbirds outbreaks will be reported under event #4191. Outbreaks are reported by province/territory and subtype. The geographical marker is on the capital. For detailed and current information on high pathogenicity avian influenza cases in wild birds, please consult : http://www.cwhcrcsf.ca/avian_influenza.php Wildlife surveillance as well as the Canadian Avian Influenza Surveillance System (CanNAISS) activities for poultry are ongoing in Canada. According to Article 10.4.1.4. of the Terrestrial Animal Health Code, Member Country should not impose bans on the international trade of poultry commodities in response to notification of infection with any Influenza A viruses in birds other than poultry.
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NEW OUTBREAKS

OB_117841 - MB-2022-WB-H5NX - MANITOBA - WILDBIRD - H5NX
OUTBREAK REFERENCE
MB-2022-WB-H5Nx

START DATE
2022/08/18

END DATE
-

DETAILED CHARACTERISATION
-

FIRST ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION
Manitoba

SECOND ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION
Division No. 11

THIRD ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION
Winnipeg

EPIDEMIOLOGICAL UNIT
Not applicable

LOCATION
Manitoba - wildbird - H5Nx

Latitude, Longitude
49.91 , -97.14

(Approximate location)
OUTBREAKS IN CLUSTER
-

MEASURING UNIT
Animal

AFFECTED POPULATION DESCRIPTION
Mixture of H5N1 High Pathogenicity avian influenza virus and North American lineage H4N6

SpeciesSusceptibleCasesDeathsKilled and Disposed ofSlaughtered/ Killed for commercial useVaccinated
Blue winged teal (WILD)
Wild
NEW - 1 ----
TOTAL - 1 ----
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UPDATED OUTBREAKS

OB_114388 - PEI-2023-WB-H5N5 - PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND - WILDBIRDS - H5N5
OUTBREAK REFERENCE
PEI-2023-WB-H5N5

START DATE
2023/01/11

END DATE
-

DETAILED CHARACTERISATION
-

FIRST ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION
Prince Edward Island

SECOND ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION
Queens

THIRD ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION
Charlottetown

EPIDEMIOLOGICAL UNIT
Not applicable

LOCATION
Prince Edward Island - wildbirds - H5N5

Latitude, Longitude
46.25 , -63.11

(Approximate location)
OUTBREAKS IN CLUSTER
-

MEASURING UNIT
Animal

AFFECTED POPULATION DESCRIPTION
-

SpeciesSusceptibleCasesDeathsKilled and Disposed ofSlaughtered/ Killed for commercial useVaccinated
American crow (WILD)
Wild
NEW - 3 4 - - -
TOTAL - 4 4 - - -

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