The man was reportedly banged several weeks ago, and according to media reports, he would not have received immediate treatment. The health authorities did not provide any further information on this case.
According to Professor Jimmy Whitworth of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, human rabies symptoms are "2 to 3 monthsAfter the virus is infected.
"However, it may take a week or so, so it is important to be treated and vaccinated quickly"He said. "In this case, he was not vaccinated on time.".
rabiesIt affects the nervous system, especially the brain, and causes paralysis and death.Jonathan Ball, professor of molecular virus at the University of Nottingham,
"There is a very effective vaccine, but it should be used before symptoms appear.He recalled.
Public Health According to the UK, in 2002, a rabies case contracted by repeated bites on infected bats in Scotland was reported.
Five people living in the UK between 2000 and 2017Exposure to infected animals".
"Rabies is widespread in some parts of the world, especially in Asia and Africa."PHE warning."Every traveler in a rabies-affected country should avoid contact with dogs, cats and other animals as much as possible and seek advice on the need for vaccination before travel.".