The British Health Service reminds travelers on Monday to avoid contact with animals in countries with rabies, especially in Asia and Africa.
There is a risk of disappearance in the UK, but it still spreads among some cracks.
Mary Ramsay, Head of the Health Care Immunization Unit, says: "This does not pose a threat to society, but people who are closely associated with health care workers and infected patients (who are infected) monitor the safety precautions," said Ramsey.
Press Association News reported that the cats had been hot for a few weeks ago and could not provide timely life-saving.
Rabies is a viral disease that causes inflammation of the brain. Since the first symptoms appear, the disease is usually not cured.
The British Health Service has shown that since 1902 there have been no infections, including fractures.
In 2002, one of the pelvic infections in Scotland was infected and five others were infected from 2002 to 2017.
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