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Statistics

ORVP

Baiting Statistics from the Texas ORVP

Below are the number of rabies vaccine units distributed and square mileage for each year that the Oral Rabies Vaccination Programs were conducted in Texas. The results are shown by program and are summarized at the bottom.
 
Chart of vaccine units distributed each year.  See the data to the left for more details.

2019

Texas border maintenance zone - 1.035M doses over 16400 square miles

2018

Texas border maintenance zone - 1.035M doses over 16400 square miles

2017

Texas border maintenance zone - 1.035M doses over 16400 square miles

2016

Texas border maintenance zone - 1.035M doses over 16400 square miles

2015

Texas border maintenance zone - 1.035M doses over 16400 square miles
Texas fox contingency – 234,600 doses over 2500 square miles

2014

Texas border maintenance zone - 1.035M doses over 16400 square miles
Texas fox contingency – 232,515 doses over 2500 square miles

2013

Texas border maintenance zone - 1.02M doses over 16400 square miles
Texas fox contingency – 235,000 doses over 2500 square miles

2012

South Texas - 0.48M doses over 7600 square miles
West-Central Texas – 1.35M doses over 21500 square miles

2011

South Texas - 0.48M doses over 7700 square miles
West-Central Texas - 1.92M doses over 30,700 square miles

2010

South Texas - 0.47M doses over 7700 square miles
West-Central Texas - 2.4M doses over 31000 square miles

2009

South Texas - 0.46M doses over 7700 square miles
West-Central Texas - 2.01M doses over 31600 square miles

2008

South Texas - 0.41M doses over 7700 square miles
West-Central Texas - 2.70M doses over 33700 square miles

2007

South Texas - 0.73M doses over 11800 square miles
West-Central Texas - 2.30M doses over 21200 square miles

2006

South Texas - 0.76M doses over 13000 square miles
West-Central Texas - 2.05M doses over 22400 square miles 

2005

South Texas - 0.77M doses over 13000 square miles
West-Central Texas - 1.93M doses over 18000 square miles

2004

South Texas - 0.73M doses over 13000 square miles
West-Central Texas - 1.99M doses over 21700 square miles

2003

South Texas - 0.70M doses over 12000 square miles
West-Central Texas - 1.80M doses over 19000 square miles

2002

South Texas - 0.73M doses over 12000 square miles
West-Central Texas - 1.95M doses over 21300 square miles

2001

South Texas - 0.77M doses over 13600 square miles
West-Central Texas - 0.9M doses over 12500 square miles

2000

South Texas - 1.0M doses over 15000 square miles
West-Central Texas - 0.85M doses over 10000 square miles

1999

South Texas - 1.0M doses over 15000 square miles
West-Central Texas - 1.7M doses over 18000 square miles

1998

South Texas - 1.5M doses over 24000 square miles
West-Central Texas - 1.1M doses over 17000 square miles

1997

South Texas - 1.5M doses over 23000 square miles
West-Central Texas - 1.1M doses over 18000 square miles

1996

South Texas - 1.3M doses over 21000 square miles
West-Central Texas - 1.2M doses over 20000 square miles

1995

South Texas - 0.85M doses over 15000 square miles

 
Totals
    South Texas – 14.64M doses over 239,800 square miles
    
West-Central Texas – 29.25M doses over 367,600 square miles
    Border maintenance – 7.24
M doses over 114,800 square miles
    Texas fox contingency – 0.703
M doses over 7,500 square miles    
    Grand Total – 51.84
M doses over 729,400 square miles


What impact did all this baiting have on rabies in Texas?
  • The number of Domestic Dog/Coyote (DDC) variant rabies cases reported in South Texas went from 141 in 1995 to 0 from 2005 through the present
  • The number of Texas Fox (TF) variant rabies cases reported in West-Central Texas went from 101 in 1996 to 1 in 2013; no cases were reported from 2014 through the present.

Coyote Rabies Impact

 
 

 

Last updated February 4, 2019