personal observations I received a batch of the infected ghv fish. I broke them up into three vats. The vats are 30 gallon collection vats with lids. I drilled two holes in the lids. One for an air line to a sponge filter and one for a heater. i filled them and added one tablespoon of salt per gallon. Vat one was set at 86 degrees and at day 2 no more losses and in 6 to 7 days the fish appeared normal, swimming and eating. Vat number two was set at 82 degrees and the fish fully responded at 8 to 9 days. Vat number three was set at 79 degrees and at day 13 the fish are lethargic. I will increase the heat in vat 3 to 85 degrees. i am shutting down vat 1 and 2 and will send fish to the lab to see what levels the virus are at. i will also have the lab check the reproductive organs to make sure the fish we recover are breedable. I think 2 weeks at a temperature of 82 to 84 is more favorable then 86 to 88. I had losses at 86 but not at 82. the weaker fish may not have had the strength to handle the higher temps. Hope this helps anyone who might be having troubles with the virus.