Author(s): Daoust PY, Wandeler AI, Casey GA
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Abstract Between 15 November and 13 December 1993, three cases of rabies of probable bat origin were confirmed in red foxes (Vulpes vulpes) from the same area of Prince Edward Island, Canada, previously thought to be free of rabies in terrestrial mammals. Such clusters have rarely been described in North America.
This article was published in J Wildl Dis
and referenced in Epidemiology: Open Access