Maryland county officials to tackle rabies control plan

Officials in Worcester County, Md., are set to discuss proposals to curb the threat of rabies in the area. Since June, two cats, 14 raccoons and three foxes have tested positive for the disease and 15 more were potentially infected. "The recommendations range from ways to strengthen animal control ordinances, to increasing the number of rabies vaccination clinics for the public and awareness and educational activities," one official said.

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