The Schmallenberg virus, which causes birth defects and miscarriages in livestock has been for the first time detected in the Czech Republic, Czech Radio reported on Friday. The virus was found at two sheep farms in western Bohemia near the border with Germany. A spokesman for the Czech veterinary authority said the virus was only detected with sheep and not cows and other cattle.
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