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Beware of bats to avoid rabies infection

Beware of bats to avoid rabies infection Research we’re watching Rabies infections are extremely rare in the United States, with only approximately one to three cases seen each year. That number has dropped significantly since the 1930s and 40s when there were 30 to 50 cases during the average year. But when they do occur, they’re typically transmitted by infected bats. According to a new report by the CDC, the majority of people…

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