World Rabies Day – Awareness & Prevention efforts

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Rabies spreads when the saliva of an infected animal – through a bite or otherwise – comes into contact with broken skin (which includes scabs) or the eyes, nose or mouth of another animal or person.

World Rabies Day

Rabies is a deadly virus and survival is highly unlikely.

Once contracted it may affect the spinal cord and cause inflammation in the brain.

However, growth starts in the muscle tissue before attacking the nervous system and spreading.

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