Have I been exposed to rabies?

A possible rabies exposure includes a bite, scratch, saliva contact to your eyes, nose, mouth or an open wound, or other physical contact with a bat or unvaccinated animal.


If a bat is found in a room with a sleeping person or a young child, exposure cannot be ruled out. The bat should be safely captured (WMV) for testing.

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1. Have I been exposed to rabies?
2. What to do if you are bitten by an animal?
3. Should my pet be vaccinated for rabies?