Wis. issues rabies reminders for World Rabies Day

09/28/2013 | San Francisco Chronicle (free content)

As part of World Rabies Day on Saturday, Wisconsin state health officer and physician Henry Anderson urged residents to avoid exposure to wild animals and to have their pets vaccinated against rabies to help stop the zoonotic disease. Some 55,000 people die globally of rabies infection each year, while three have died in Wisconsin since 2000. Bats accounted for 122 of the 128 rabies cases seen in Wisconsin animals in the past five years.

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