Accommodation The British died in rabies after being caught in Morocco with a cat, the health authorities reported on Monday.
The Public Health Department in England (PHE, to reduce English) was warned on Monday after infection for all population in the country.
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While there is no "danger" for the general public, the family of the victim, his friends, and the medical staff who assist him they will receive vaccines as needed, according to the Healthcare Agency.
Usually, the symptoms are the infectious virus that affects the brain and the central nervous system..
The first symptoms include anxiety, headache, and malaria, which can lead to hallucinations and respiratory insufficiency, according to GDS.
Virus it is handed over to the person through the bum or scratch of the animals and the first symptoms may occur After 3 and 12 weeks.
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In the UK, no bird has poultry more than 100 years apart from birds. The agency said that the disease was not spread among the wild or domestic animals in the country.
However, five Britons were rabies abroad, from 2000 to 2017.
The PFE remembers this incident as a threat when it comes to its citizens. «This is an important warning to the safety precautions people should take when traveling to countries where the certification is present"Said Mary Ramsey, head of the PSI immunization.
"If an animal seizes you, it will scatter or break you, and wound or place with large quantities of water or soap should be immediately consulted by a doctor.", the healthcare agency reported.
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If he is cured immediately after an animal with a rash, vaccine "very effective in preventing disease"said PHE.
Jeffrey Smith, head of the Department of pathology at Cambridge University, explained rabies – one of the few diseases that may be effective in the vaccine after the infection. "But it depends on how fast it is done and where the patient is," he said.
"After pus coming, the semen has more time to sow, than before the virus enters the brain through the nerve cells."
The rapescence takes place in more than 150 countries and territories around the world.
Annually, more than 59,000 people die of rabies: poor and unaccompanied people suffer most when they have limited access to health care.
According to the World Health Organization, 95% of cases occur in Africa and Asia, More than 99% have dogs.
Smith also explained that not only dogs and cats, but also carriers of rabies. "Almost all mammals can infect the rabies virus and in a large reservoir burst, "he said.