The outbreak of vesicular stomatitis (VS) that led to quarantine of livestock operations in three states last summer has slowly died out as cold weather removes the insect vectors that carry the virus. The USDA’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) and State Departments of Agriculture have completed their comprehensive epidemiological investigation of this vesicular stomatitis virus (VSV) event and issued a final report indicating no new cases of VSV have been reported since early December 2014. All premises previously under quarantine in Nebraska and Texas have been released. All the remaining premises under quarantine in Colorado will be released 21 days after lesions of all affected animals on the premises have healed.