By Teddy Cambosa The Department of Agriculture (DA) in the Philippines supports the decision of the national government to declare the country under a state of calamity due to the African swine fever (ASF)...

By NewsDesk  @infectiousdiseasenews The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is announcing that the fungus Pseudogymnoascus destructans (Pd) has been detected on hibernating bats and cave walls in two eastern...

By NewsDesk  @infectiousdiseasenews Officials with the Indiana Department of Natural Resources recently learned from lab results that wild cottontail rabbit carcasses found on private land in Elkhart...

By NewsDesk  @bactiman63 In a follow-up on the avian influenza outbreak situation in Germany, the Friedrich-Loeffler Institute (FLI) reports around 1,200 HPAIV H5 cases in wild birds and 245 outbreaks...

By NewsDesk  @infectiousdiseasenews The Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services has reported two additional Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE), one each in Levy County and Nassau County. An...

By Teddy Cambosa Taiwanese government officials have assured the public that the recent outbreak of a lumpy skin disease will be contained in two weeks after the government has recently purchased 180,000...

By NewsDesk  @infectiousdiseasenews Idaho state officials announced last month the first cases of Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease (RHD), or “Rabbit Ebola” in two wild jackrabbits located southwest...

By NewsDesk  @infectiousdiseasenews A team of scientists at the University of Glasgow has identified two known cases of human-to-cat COVID-19 transmission in the UK. In the study, led by the University...

By NewsDesk  @infectiousdiseasenews White-nose syndrome has killed over 90% of northern long-eared, little brown and tri-colored bat populations in fewer than 10 years, according to a new study published...

By NewsDesk  @infectiousdiseasenews The Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta reported today that the Asian small-clawed otters at the aquarium have tested positive for SARS-CoV-2. The otters began exhibiting...