Often people are in a panic about rabies due to misleading media articles and folklore. It is vital to understand the facts about rabies, correct exaggerated fears, and know what sensible precautions you can take to prevent rabies exposure, such as vaccinating your companion animals, and getting prompt post-exposure shots if bitten by a possibly rabid animal such as a bat etc. Given all the media attention, people are surprised to learn that very few people die from rabies nationwide each year. Human fatalities due to lightning strikes and bad hamburgers far exceed the number of human deaths due to rabies. This doesn’t mean we shouldn’t be concerned about rabies; it means we should take sensible precautions, use common sense, and calm down!
If you have been bitten or scratched by a potentially rabid animal, wash the would thoroughly with soap, monitor the biting animal’s whereabouts, and contact your local health department for instructions, and your local animal control officer for assistance in capturing the animal for rabies testing.
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