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Old 24-11-2010, 11:58 AM   #201
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19 November 2010 Last updated at 21:34

Rabid bat warning issued by Los Angeles health office

Los Angeles county health officials have issued a warning to residents, telling them to be on the lookout for rabid bats.

The Department of Public Health said 21 rabid bats had been found in the county this year so far, twice the number typically found in the region.

Health director Jonathan Fielding said it was unclear why the number of rabid bats had increased.

Rabies is a viral disease that can cause death.

It was important for all residents to "understand the potential dangers posed to themselves and their pets, as most of these rabid bats have been found in and around homes", Mr Fielding said.

He urged residents to keep their children and pets away from bats and other wildlife.

One resident, who was attempting to nurse a bat back to health, was bitten and was treated for rabies, county officials said.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-11801860
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Old 24-11-2010, 12:01 PM   #202
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Coyote tests positive for rabies in record year for disease
By Elizabeth Piazza The Daily Times

Posted: 11/24/2010 02:00:07 AM MST

FARMINGTON — A Cortez, Colo., coyote which tested positive for rabies is the 138th confirmed rabies case this year, the beginning of what officials are calling a record-breaking year for rabies in the state, Colorado officials said Tuesday.

The Colorado Division of Wildlife and Montezuma County Health Department submitted the coyote for rabies testing after property owners reported it was acting strange and trying to enter a fenced enclosure with dogs, Lori Maldonado, a Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment spokeswoman stated in a release.

Confirmed results suggest the coyote, which also showed no fear of loud noises or being approached by humans, was infected by a rabid bat.

The rabid coyote is just one case of what Colorado officials expect will be a record-setting year for the central nervous system virus.

Of the 138 confirmed cases this year, 64 bats, 62 skunks, seven foxes, one domestic cat, one horse, one mule deer and one muskrat tested positive for the disease, Maldonado reported.

Officials believe the high numbers of rabies is because of the spread of the disease in skunks from Eastern Colorado toward the Front Range.

New Mexico officials reported 13 confirmed cases in the state, none from San Juan County, Paul Ettestad, state public health veterinarian said.

There are several varieties of rabies — skunk rabies, bat rabies and a new strain seen in foxes, which officials refer to as fox rabies, Ettestad said.

Skunk rabies — typically transferred from skunk to skunk — is common along the eastern border and southern New Mexico-Texas border.

Fox rabies, a new strain in New Mexico, started in 2007 in Arizona but is spreading into Sierra, Grant and Catron counties, Ettestad said.

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Old 14-12-2010, 04:57 PM   #203
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Saw this the other day, Thought it was a load of rubbish until about half way through. It's about this new strain of Rabies. There's evidence it's made it to the UK.

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