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C. Vesicular Stomatitis An outbreak due to vesicular stomatitis virus (VSV) was reported in cattle and horses in Manitoba in 1937.
Tarsalis is not abundant, virus transmission is likely by C. inornata or Aedes mosquitoes (Burton and McLintock, 1970). Arboviruses in Canada B. 43 Eastern Equine Encephalitis Eastern equine encephalitis (EEE) virus was first isolated in Canada in 1938 from the blood of a horse at St. George, Ontario (Schofield and Labzoffsky, 1938). Other isolations of EEE virus have been made in Canada from the blood of a migrating junco captured at Long Point, Ontario in 1961 (Karstad, 1965), from two snowshoe hares captured in central Alberta in 1962 (Yuill et a l .
Northway K. Silverwater L. Great Island M. Bauline Ν. Avalon 0. Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease P. Buttonwillow Q. Other Flaviviruses Exposure of Humans to Arboviruses in Canada A. Western Equine Encephalitis B. Eastern Equine Encephalitis C. St. Louis Encephalitis D. California Encephalitis E. Powassan F. Colorado Tick Fever Arboviruses of Veterinary Importance in Canada A. Western Equine Encephalitis B. Eastern Equine Encephalitis C. Vesicular Stomatitis D. Bluetongue Discussion Addendum References 39 Copyright © 1979 by Academic Press, Inc.