Rabies Vaccination Urged in Michigan

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The Michigan Department of Agriculture (MDA) is urging residents to ensure their pets, livestock, and horses have been vaccinated against rabies. Rabies cases have reached an all-time high, with 169 animal cases this year compared to 49 animal cases in 2006.

Rabies is caused by a virus that attacks the nervous system of mammals, including humans. Skunks and bats are the main carriers

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