Scientists believe midges are spreading Schmallenberg virus

Scientists in Belgium have isolated Schmallenberg virus material from the heads of three midge species, supporting the theory that midges are responsible for transmitting the pathogen that causes severe and deadly birth defects in livestock. The virus has spread across Europe and been identified on more than 200 farms in England. Though work on a vaccine is under way, it could take two years to complete.

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