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Swine influenza outbreak

Canadian Veterinary Journal 30(4): 350

Swine influenza outbreak

During November 1988 numerous outbreaks of swine influenza were reported in southwestern Ontario. The virus (H1N1) was isolated from the lungs and tonsils of dead pigs. Although morbidity was almost 100%, mortality, in the absence of intercurrent disease, was negligible.

Accession: 001962045

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