The person is waiting for treatment for several weeks – now he has been exposed to the effects of treatment. Health care facilities require vaccination.
Born in Morton after the death of a kitten in Morocco. This was reported by the UK public health agency on Monday, particularly urging travelers in Asia and Africa to follow recommendations on vaccination. The press service of the news agency reported that the victim was smoked a few weeks ago, but not immediately.
"In this case vaccination was not quick," says Jimmy Whitworth, a professor at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. People had rash symptoms "two to three months after the virus". "It takes only a week, so you have to see a doctor immediately and sow yourself," he said.
«There are very effective vaccines»
Rabbits attack the nervous system, especially the brain, lead to complete paralysis, and ultimately death, said Jonathan Bell, Professor of Molecular Virus in Nottingham University. "Vaccines are very effective, but they must be used until symptoms occur," he said.
According to the Health Department, the last major event in the UK was registered in Scotland in 2002, which suffered several times. From 2000 to 2017, five British wounded after being "in contact with infected animals abroad".