Locations infected with infectious salmon anaemia in 2017

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: 2017-10-31

Locations infected with infectious salmon anaemia
Date confirmed Location Animal type infected Scientific Name
October 31Table note * Newfoundland Atlantic salmon Salmo salar
October 13 New Brunswick Atlantic salmon Salmo salar
June 29Table note * Nova Scotia Atlantic salmon Salmo salar
June 9Table note * New Brunswick Atlantic salmon Salmo salar
May 19Table note * New Brunswick Atlantic salmon Salmo salar
May 5Table note * New Brunswick Atlantic salmon Salmo salar
April 25Table note * New Brunswick Atlantic salmon Salmo salar
April 25Table note * New Brunswick Atlantic salmon Salmo salar
April 4Table note * New Brunswick Atlantic salmon Salmo salar
March 13Table note * New Brunswick Atlantic salmon Salmo salar
February 10Table note * New Brunswick Atlantic salmon Salmo salar
January 31Table note * New Brunswick Atlantic salmon Salmo salar
January 31Table note * New Brunswick Atlantic salmon Salmo salar
January 24Table note * Newfoundland Atlantic salmon Salmo salar
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