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Human Exposure to Dog Rabies

Rabies is a fatal zoonotic disease affecting mammals, including humans. Although 100% preventable by achieving at least 70% dog vaccination coverage, supplemented by availability of human vaccines, effective collaboration between stakeholders and effective reporting system, rabies is responsible for more than 55, 000 human deaths annually world-wide. It causes over 24,000 deaths a year in Africa, killing a patient, most often a child, every 20 minutes, mostly in poor rural communities.

Citation: Sini TI, Nden ZP, Livinus JC, Rinle KP, Ademola OP, et al. (2015) Human Exposure to Dog Rabies in Rural Africa. J Med Microb Diagn 4:198.

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