Lyssavirus Rabies


Rabies and Australian bat lyssavirus (ABLV) are acute viral encephalomyelitis caused by a lyssavirus. Animals in Australia do not have rabies┬álink. Outside Australia, rabies occurs in dogs, cats, monkeys and foxes. ABLV does occur in Australian bats. Rabies can be transmitted from rabid bats and rabid animals to humans via a bite or scratch. Animals […]