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The importance of Animal and Plant Health Agency (APHA) surveillance in controlling bluetongue

Image of a cow's head with the APHA logo and the title, "Bluetongue Virus"

Bluetongue is an exotic notifiable disease in Great Britain, spread primarily by midges, which can threaten animal welfare and trade. Learn how APHA plays a part in controlling this disease.

Are you using APHA’s digital submission service?

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The Animal Disease Testing Service, or ADTS, is an innovative digital sample submission service for private vets.  Launched last year as part of the surveillance and diagnostic testing service it is delivered by APHA’s Surveillance and Laboratory Services Department (SLSD). Kirsty Line, …