ISA Outbreak Reported on Norwegian Fish Farm04 November 2013
NORWAY - An outbreak of Infectious Salmon Anaemia has been reported on a salmon farm in Gulen, Norway.
Of the 145,453 salmon susceptible the outbreak lead to 15,000.
In order to control the spread of the disease, all salmon at the site have been destroyed.
The outbreak is thought to be the first occurrence of ISA in this geographical region and is not thought to be related to any previous occurrences of ISA earlier in the year.
The source of the outbreak is unknown.
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