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Rabies Bite Victim In Walton

Dwarf epauletted fruit bat (Micropteropus pussilus) flying at night.
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A person in Walton was bitten by a rabid bat last week. 

Delaware County Public Health Services says the unnamed victim is currently receiving rabies post exposure treatment and there’s been no word on their condition. Health officials say the rabies virus has a 100% fatality rate when left untreated in humans. If you believe you’ve come in contact with or saw a rabid animal call Delaware County Public Health Services at 607-832-5200.

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