According to the Associated Press, a person was reportedly bruised a few weeks ago and would not receive direct treatment. Health authorities did not provide further information on this case.
According to Jimmy Vhitvorth, a professor at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, the symptoms of rabies in humans are developing "two to three monthsAfter contracting the virus.
"However, it can last only for a week, and therefore it is important to quickly take care and vaccinate"He said. "In this case, the person did not get the vaccine on time".
Fearaffects the nervous system, especially the brain, and eventually leads to complete paralysis and deathJonathan Ball, a professor of molecular virrophy at the University of Nottingham, said.
"There are some very effective vaccines, but they must be used before symptoms appearHe swore.
According to public health in England, in 2002 a rape case was reported in Scotland whose member was a man who had bitten an infected pistle several times.
Between 2000 and 2017, five people who stayed in the United Kingdom became angry after beingexposed to an infected animal abroad".
"The rabies is widespread in some parts of the world, especially in Asia and Africa"Warned PHE."All travelers in countries affected by fever should avoid contact with dogs, cats and other animals as much as possible and seek advice on the need for a vaccine before traveling.".