Japanese encephalitis information
Japanese encephalitis (JE) is a mosquito-borne viral disease associated with reproductive losses in pigs and inflammation of the brain in horses and people.
About Japanese encephalitis
Find a quick reference guide to Japanese encephalitis - cause, clinical signs and control measures.
Japanese encephalitis information for pig owners
Read what steps Queensland pig owners and operators can take to protect pigs against Japanese encephalitis virus and how to remain alert for signs of infection.
Japanese encephalitis information for horse owners
Read what steps Queensland horse owners can take to protect their horses against Japanese encephalitis virus and how to remain alert for signs of infection.
Japanese encephalitis information for veterinarians
Read guidelines for veterinarians dealing with suspected cases of Japanese encephalitis.
- Last reviewed: 20 Jul 2022
- Last updated: 20 Jul 2022
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