Huge rabies spike in north Israel 

Authorities have announced a 10-fold increase in the number of rabid wild jackals found in northern districts after the virus spread from border areas. There is now concern that the animals’ movements could raise the risk of rabies in settled areas. ProMED reports that ‘the situation has led the State Veterinary Services to declare large parts of northern Israel as "high risk" and to apply more severe control measures’. Read more.

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