A series of outbreaks of Aujeszky's disease occurred in Yorkshire during 1981-82. These were investigated from epidemiological and meteorological viewpoints to determine if airborne disease spread could have occurred between any of the premises. The results suggest that seven out of the 11 outbreaks investigated could have resulted from airborne virus.
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