The Johnson County Health Department is advising residents to make sure their pets are vaccinated for rabies, after a rabid bat was found in the county. The department reminded residents not to touch living or dead bats with bare hands to avoid exposure to the deadly virus.
The Johnson County Health Department is advising residents to make sure their pets are vaccinated for rabies, after a rabid bat was found in the county. The department reminded residents not to touch living or dead bats with bare hands to avoid exposure to the deadly virus. Johnson County Health Department
The Johnson County Health Department is advising residents to make sure their pets are vaccinated for rabies, after a rabid bat was found in the county. The department reminded residents not to touch living or dead bats with bare hands to avoid exposure to the deadly virus. Johnson County Health Department

After JoCo bat tests positive for rabies, health department warns residents of danger

July 10, 2018 01:41 PM