Newberry County skunk and Kershaw County fox potentially expose victims to rabies

Newberry County skunk and Kershaw County fox potentially expose victims to rabies

COLUMBIA, S.C. - Three people have started post-exposure treatment after being potentially exposed to rabies. The first exposure occurred in Newberry County in the area between Whitmire and Newberry in association with a skunk that tested positive for the disease. The second exposure occurred in Kershaw County in an area east of Camden and south of the Antioch community by a fox that also tested positive for rabies, the Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) reported today.
Newberry County skunk and Kershaw County fox potentially expose victims to rabies
Source: South Carolina Environmental News

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