Rabies

Definition:

This is a virus that can be transmitted to/from any warm blooded animal, including rodents, birds, bats, and humans. The rabies virus attacks the nervous system, and, depending on how much is transmitted, and where in the body it enters, will cause death within 3 days to about 4 weeks, if the vaccine isnít administered soon enough. If one contracts rabies they must get the vaccine before they experience secondary warning signs. If not, death is imminent.

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