A fresh report over the equine infectious diseases has been released by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA). In the report, measures taken to monitor the equine infectious diseases have also been highlighted.
In the report, the CFIA has emphasized over the detail of three classifications of the diseases has been made - the reportable diseases, immediate notifiable diseases and the annually notifiable diseases. It has been reported that no effective treatment for the diseases is available. The diseases can only be prevented and not cured.
The equine infectious diseases are spread through the biting of flies. The diseases affect the horses. During initial period, the affected horse might not show any symptom. It advised that the affected horse should be separated from the others.
With the aim of establishing a control over the diseases, the authorities have been monitoring the horses. It is hoped that in the coming times, a treatment of equine infectious diseases could be found. In a statement, the CFIA said, “Equine owners should familiarize themselves with these policies to ensure the continued health of the Canadian equine and human population”. It is hoped people will take the suggestions seriously.
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