Thursday , January 20 2022

In rabies, the British died in rats in Morocco.


British health authorities issued reminders to travelers on Monday to avoid contact with animals in countries where rabies was found, particularly in Asia and Africa.

In the UK, rabies is fundamentally eradicated, but it is still spreading among some bats.

Mary Ramsay, director of the immunization unit at the health authority, said: "In this case there is no danger to the broad public, but people in close contact with health care workers (immunized patients) are watching for the need for preventive measures .

A source from the Press Association reported several weeks ago that the cat was bitten by a certain person and said it did not provide potentially life-saving treatment in a timely manner.

Rabies is a viral disease that causes encephalitis. From the moment the first symptoms appear, the disease is no longer cured.

British health authorities have said that since 1902, no one has been infected with this disease, including bats.

In Scotland, one bats were infected in 2002 and five people were infected from 2002 to 2017.

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