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Kevin Brown says: "Preventive treatments are 100% effective if given promptly after exposure" "That's why seeking prompt care is so important, even if the wound or incident seems very trivial. If you are bitten, scratched, or licked by an animal you must wash the wound or site of exposure with plenty of soap and water and seek medical advice without delay. Travellers should not delay waiting for treatment until they return to the UK" External link

eurekalert Sunday, April 14, 2019 12:53:00 AM CEST

Kevin Brown says: "Those completing the risk assessment found the process easier to follow, and there was less risk of inappropriate treatment given" "The new guidance has led to a significant reduction in the costs of running the program, whilst still ensuring appropriate treatment for those at potential risk of rabies" External link

eurekalert Sunday, April 14, 2019 12:53:00 AM CEST

Kevin Brown says: "While the risk of catching rabies in the UK is extremely low, it is important that all potential bat bites are risk-assessed and treated as necessary. Bat bites in the UK often do not leave a mark, and are felt rather than seen" External link

eurekalert Sunday, April 14, 2019 12:53:00 AM CEST

Ian Walker said: “The extreme heat is stressful for our wildlife so it is important to avoid approaching them and unwittingly causing them additional stress or putting yourself in harm’s way. You can also help by keeping your pets inside or on a lead to avoid contact with animals on the ground or in a weakened state during this time,” External link

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