Norway BSE Case Resolved

NORWAY – A bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) case has been finalised with confirmation of all risk animals being killed and incinerated.
calendar icon 24 February 2015
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Standard control measures were applied after Norway’s chief veterinary officer announced the outbreak, caused by an atypical type H prion in a fifteen year old cow.

According to the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE), the outbreak, communicated by the OIE on 29 of January, was first confirmed domestically on 16 January.

The animal, imported from Sweden, was on a beef farm of 27 Highland Cattle.

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