According to the Press Association, a person was bruised several weeks ago and was not immediately cured. Health authorities did not provide additional information on this case.
According to Jimmy Whitworth, professor of London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, symptoms of rabies in humans "from two to three monthsAfter going to the virus.
«But it can take just a week, so it's important to seek medical attention and vaccinatehe said. "In this case, the person did not receive the vaccine in time«.
Rabbitsaffecting the nervous system, especially the brain, and ultimately leads to complete paralysis and deathProfessor of molecular virology, Jonathan Ball, said at Nottingham University.
«There are several highly effective vaccines, but they must be used until symptoms occurHe remembered.
According to the British health organization, in 2002, a person who had suffered a multiple infection in Scotland was infected.
From 2000 to 2017, five more people living in the United Kingdom became furious after pouringinfected animals abroad«.
«Rabies are widespread in some parts of the world, especially in Asia and Africa"PHE warned. «All travelers traveling to landlocked countries should avoid contact with dogs, cats, and other animals, and advise them of the need to use the vaccine before travel.«.