Last Updated on September 18, 2023
JEV outbreak and control response plans that have been developed or are being updated by government agencies, industry, and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) are identified on this page.
USDA APHIS is currently updating “Disease Response Strategy: Japanese Encephalitis” that was published in August 2013. Information about the updated JEV response plan will be posted on JEVISN Updates and the JEVISN listserv JEVISN@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU when it is available.
Information about industry-specific response plans will be included in this section. Updated information will additionally be communicated on JEVISN News and the JEVISN listserv JEVISN@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU when it is available.
Published in 2020, Japanese Encephalitis: Australian Veterinary Emergency Plan outlines Australia’s nationally agreed approach for the response to an incident – or suspected incident – of Japanese encephalitis (JE) in Australia. This 75-page document describes:
- Nature of Japanese encephalitis
- Implications for Australia
- Policy and Rationale
- Guidelines for Classifying Declared Areas and Premises
- Movement Controls
- Surveillance and Proof of Freedom