Viral Hemorrhagic Septicemia is a deadly fish virus that has spread across the globe in about the span of 80 years. It is currently found in various fish populations in parts of Europe, Eastern Asia, and in different parts of North America. The disease is widespread throughout fish, and has the potential to destroy not only fish populations, but also economies from areas that use fish as a source of income.

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