Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza
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2022 HPAI Information
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Reporting form for residents in control areas (after initial contact from BOAH)
Report dead poultry
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Indiana Cases 2022
County & Flock #
*Date Confirmed Positive
Type of Operation
|Dubois 1||02/08/22||29,015||Commercial Turkey||Restocking Approved||H5N1 HPAI||Released||Discontinued|
|Dubois 2||02/16/22||26,625||Commercial Turkey||Restocking Approved||H5N1 HPAI||Released||Discontinued|
|Greene 1||02/23/22||48,211||Commercial Turkey||Restocking Approved||
|Greene 2||02/23/22||15,400||Commercial Turkey||Restocking Approved||
|Dubois 3||02/24/22||35,988||Commercial Turkey||Restocking Approved||H5N1 HPAI||Released||Discontinued|
|Dubois 4||03/02/22||16,494||Commercial Turkey||Restocking Approved||H5N1 HPAI||Released||Discontinued|
|Elkhart 1||04/08/22||4,624||Commercial Duck||Restocking Approved||H5N1 HPAI||Released||Discontinued|
|Elkhart 2||04/14/22||6,379||Commercial Duck||Restocking Approved||H5N1 HPAI||Released||Discontinued|
|Elkhart 3||04/20/22||6,600||Commercial Duck||Restocking Approved||HPAI H5N1||Released||Discontinued|
|Johnson 1||04/28/22||43||Non-Commercial||Restocking Approved||HPAI H5N1||N/A||Discontinued|
*CONFIRMED POSITIVE BY THE NVSL (National Veterinary Services Laboratory)
UPDATED: January 5, 2023 8:45 a.m.
Statewide Situation to Date
Total number of affected premises = 16
Total number of affected counties = 7
Number of Premises to Date, by County/Number of flocks (see chart above for status)
Total Number of Birds Affected in Indiana
Commercial Turkeys: 210,210
Commercial Ducks: 17,703
Past Indiana HPAI Events
Avian Influenza Information
Food Safety & Human Health
The egg and poultry supplies are safe. All shipments of poultry and eggs are tested to ensure the absence of avian influenza (AI) before moving into the food supply. Always cook poultry products to 165 degrees.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has stated that the risk of transmission to humans is low. The strains of HPAI that are currently circulating in North America have no history of causing human illness.
For more information visit the CDC website at: www.cdc.gov/flu/avianflu/