ARCHIVED - Locations infected with infectious salmon anaemia in 2013

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Infectious salmon anaemia is a federally reportable disease. This means that anyone who owns or works with aquatic animals has the legal obligation to notify the CFIA when they suspect or detect an aquatic animal disease that is of concern to Canada.

Current as of: 2013-12-31

Locations affected by ISA in Canada in 2013
Date confirmed Location Animal type infected Scientific Name
December 6 Table Note 1 Newfoundland Atlantic salmon Salmo salar
December 5 Table Note 1 Newfoundland Atlantic salmon Salmo salar
November 7 Newfoundland Atlantic salmon Salmo salar
October 25 Table Note 1 New Brunswick Atlantic salmon Salmo salar
October 25 Table Note 1 New Brunswick Atlantic salmon Salmo salar
October 18 Table Note 1 New Brunswick Atlantic salmon Salmo salar
October 10 Table Note 1 New Brunswick Atlantic salmon Salmo salar
July 26 Table Note 1 Newfoundland Atlantic salmon Salmo salar
July 15 Table Note 1 New Brunswick Atlantic salmon Salmo salar
July 4 Newfoundland Atlantic salmon Salmo salar
July 4 Newfoundland Atlantic salmon Salmo salar
June 5 Newfoundland Atlantic salmon Salmo salar
May 29 Table Note 1 Newfoundland Atlantic salmon Salmo salar
May 29 Table Note 1 Newfoundland Atlantic salmon Salmo salar
April 12 Table Note 1 Newfoundland and Labrador
Atlantic salmon Salmo salar
April 12 Table Note 1 Newfoundland and Labrador Atlantic salmon Salmo salar
January 10 Table Note 1 New Brunswick Atlantic salmon Salmo salar

Table Notes

Table Note 1

This virus strain is not known to cause disease.

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