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West Nile Virus

2004 Breakdown of Cases by Locality

In Virginia 2004 the number of cases of WNV in horses totals 16 from 16 different localities. Of those 16 horses: 3 died, 9 were euthanized, 2 are recovering, and 2 are unknown.

Last updated November 12, 2004.

ID NO.
LOCALITIES
HORSES TO DATE
BREED
STATUS

Accomack

CL-1

Albemarle
1
TB
Euthanized

23785-04

Amelia
1
Arabian
Euthanized

Appomattox

Augusta

Bedford

Botetourt

Buckingham

Campbell

Caroline

22998-04

Charlotte
1
Mixed
Unknown

19374-04

Chesapeake
1
Arabian
Euthanized

Chesterfield

Craig

10182-04

Culpeper
1
TB
Euthanized

Cumberland

Danville

Fairfax

Fauquier

Floyd

Fluvanna

Franklin

Frederick

Gloucester

Gouchland

Greene

15263-04

Halifax
1
QH
Died

Hampton

Hanover

Henrico

Henry

23189-04

Isle of Wright
1
QH
Recovered

King and Queen

King William

24190-04

Loudoun
1
Pony
Recovered

Louisa

Lynchburg

Madison

Martinsville

Matthews

23548-04

Middlesex
1
Arabian
Euthanized

18469-04

Montgomery
1
TWH
Euthanized

Nelson

New Kent

Nottoway

Orange

21501-04

Page
1
QH
Died

Pittsylvania

Powhatan

12260-04

Prince Edward
1
QH
Euthanized

21080-04

Prince William
1
Pony
Unknown

Rappahannock

19033-04

Roanoke City
1
Mixed
Euthanized

Rockingham

Salem

Southampton

Spotsylvania

Stafford

17049-04

Suffolk
2
QH
Euthanized

Virginia Beach

Warren

18589-04

Washington
1
Died

Westmoreland

Wythe

Unknown

Eastern Equine Encephalitis

There have been 6 cases of EEE in equines, from Chesapeake, Suffolk and Charles City.

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