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Update on Swine Enteric Coronavirus Disease in US

12 January 2015

US - The number of pig farm samples that are confirmed positive for porcine epidemic diarrhoea virus (PEDV) in the last week was 13, and no premises were confirmed with porcine deltacoronavirus (PDCoV).

For the latest week – 28 December 2014 to 3 January 2015 – there were 13 new confirmed positive premises for PEDV and one presumed positive, according to the latest report from USDA APHIS.

For the same period, no premises were confirmed or presumed positive for PDCoV or with a dual infection (both PEDV and PDCoV) and there were no suspected cases.

The total numbers of premises with confirmed positive status for the current week are 617, 23 and 22 for PEDV, PDCoV and the dual infection, respectively.

Since 5 June, for PEDV, there have been 638 confirmed positive premises, 361 presumed positive and 15 previously positive premises that have attained negative status.

For PDCoV, the total for the same period are 28, 26 and five, respectively. For the dual infection, the totals are 22, 26 and one, respectively.

Table 1. Number of SECD confirmed and presumptive positive premises
by month and production class

(includes PEDV, PDCoV and dual infections; confirmed/presumptive)
MonthNurseryWean to
finish
Farrow to
finish
FinisherSow/
breeding
Un-
known
Jun-14 18 / 11 30 / 16 15 / 8 22 / 28 47 / 45 14 / 52
Jul-14 25 / 12 36 / 8 6 / 5 20 / 13 33 / 12 15 / 33
Aug-14 15 / 8 17 / 6 2 / 5 25 / 10 10 / 6 10 / 22
Sep-14 17 / 3 21 / 5 2 / 2 30 / 8 31 / 7 6 / 14
Oct-14 2 / 4 24 / 5 2 / 0 33 / 15 6 / 2 11 / 8
Nov-14 5 / 1 10 / 3 1 / - 40 / 5 11 / 8 21 / 8
Dec-14 3 / - 2 / 1 2 / - 26 / 3 6 / 3 10 / 2
Missing - / - 1 / 1 - / - - / - - / 1 - / 1
Total 86 / 39 142 / 46 31 / 20 199/ 83 146 / 83 84 / 142

 

Table 2. Biological accessions tested and number positive by month
(since 5 June 2014)
 PEDVPDCoV
MonthTestedPositive% positiveTestedPositive% positive
Total before 5 June 2014 21,128 6,976 33.0 2,172 260 12.0
Jun-14 2,768 407 14.7 824 80 9.7
Jul-14 3,555 410 11.5 1,195 46 3.8
Aug-14 3,095.0 312 10.1 1,193 18 1.5
Sep-14 3,143 261 8.3 1,338 11 0.8
Oct-14 3,304 299 9.0 1,899 19 1.0
Nov-14 2,506 305 12.2 1,556 30 1.9
Dec-14 3,228 442 13.7 1,974 48 2.4
Jan-15 to date 70 8 11.4 41 0 0
Total since Jun-14 21,674 2,446 11.3 10.021 252 2.5
Grand total 42,802 9,422 22.0 12,193 512 4.3
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Figure 1. PED-positive biological accessions in the US, by week (since 5 June 2014)
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Figure 2. PDCoV-positive biological accessions in the US, by week (since 5 June 2014)

Location of Positive Premises

PEDV

There are currently 33 states with at least one confirmed positive case of PEDV.

For the current week (28 December), there were 59 PEDV-positive laboratory accessions, bringing the total since 5 June 2014 to 2,448. Iowa reported 23 of these new cases, Minnesota, nine and Illinois, six.

Also reporting positive results in this most recent week were California, Kansas, Kentucky, Missouri, North Carolina, Nebraska, Oklahome, South Dakota, Texas and Utah.

USDA APHIS
Figure 3. PEDV: Cumulative confirmed and presumptive PEDV-positive premises since 5 June 2014

PDCoV

There are currently 17 states with at least one confirmed positive case of PDCoV.

For the current week (28 December), there were seven PDCoV-positive laboratory accessions, bringing the total since 5 June 2014 to 252. There were four positive premises in Minnesota, two in Illinois and one "unknown".

USDA APHIS
Figure 4. PDCoV: Cumulative confirmed and presumptive PDCoV-positive premises since 5 June 2014

Dual infection with PEDV and PDCoV

There are currently 13 states with one or more confirmed positive cases of the dual infection with both PEDV and PDCoV.

USDA APHIS
Figure 5. Dual infection: Cumulative confirmed and presumptive positive premises with both PEDV and PDCoV since 5 June 2014

Critical notes about these data are provided at the end of the original report.

Further Reading

Find out more information on PED virus by clicking here
For more information on PDCoV by clicking here.

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