First test negative for bat-borne disease in Australian horses

07/11/2011 | Sydney Morning Herald (Australia), The

Seven horses currently quarantined in Brisbane, Australia, tested negative for Hendra virus, a deadly bat-borne disease that killed one other horse on the same property. The country has seen a total of seven confirmed cases since June 20, and the quarantined animals must be tested twice more to confirm the preliminary results.

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