Schmallenberg virus's rapid spread will likely continue

04/16/2012 | Reuters

Last fall, 2,600 farms in eight EU countries saw livestock infected by the Schmallenberg virus, which can kill offspring, and animal health officials are predicting the disease will continue to spread. "It is certainly a warning for the whole world in the sense that, unfortunately, new threats may emerge," said Alberto Laddomada, head of the European Commission's animal health unit.

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