Surge in Rabies Cases Reported in North Carolina

Responding to an increase in rabies cases, officials in North Carolina’s Mitchell and Yancey counties are advising residents to keep food and pets away from wild animals.

In the past four months, eight pets have been euthanatized and 12 people have been treated for rabies because of bites or contact with infected animals in those

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