狂犬病(28): 北米(アメリカ) アライグマ、カワウソ、ネコ、スカンク、イヌ、 人の暴露



[1] Maryland (Garrett County): raccoon, dog

  メリーランド州(Garrett 郡):アライグマ、イヌ
[2] Maryland (Calvert County): otter, human exposure

  メリーランド州(Calvert 郡):カワウソ、人への暴露
[3] New Jersey (Atlantic County): cat, human exposure

  ニュージャージー州(Atlantic 郡):ネコ、人への暴露
[4] Florida (Escambia, Santa Rosa, Marion, Broward Counties): statistics of rabies

  フロリダ州(Escambia, Santa Rosa, Marion, Broward郡):狂犬病に関する統計
[5] Texas (Kerr County): 3 skunks, domestic dog


[1] Maryland (Garrett County): raccoon, dog

  メリーランド州(Garrett 郡):アライグマ、イヌ
Date: Mon 4 Mar 2024

Source: Garrett Health [edited]

情報源:Garrett Health (編集)

Health Department Reports 1st Case of Lab-Confirmed Rabies for 2024

Environmental Health Services of the Garrett County Health Department reports the 1st case of laboratory-confirmed rabies for 2024. The raccoon and dog encounter occurred on 29 Feb 2024, near the Grantsville area.

The dog, whose rabies vaccination was current, found itself in an altercation with a raccoon during the morning of 28 Feb 2024. The raccoon was successfully euthanized and submitted for rabies testing to the Maryland Department of Health Rabies Laboratory shortly after
the incident. The positive rabies results were received on 1 Mar 2024, and the dog received a rabies booster shot on 2 Mar 2024.

As the owners did with this case, it is important to remember if your pet is exposed to a wild or feral animal, do not handle your pet within 2 hours after contact. If it is necessary to handle your pet, wear protective gloves and immediately wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water. If you have been bitten by a wild or feral animal which cannot be captured or exposed to an animal suspected of having rabies, seek medical treatment immediately.

All warm-blooded animals are susceptible to being affected by the deadly rabies virus. The rabies virus is only transferred through the saliva of the infected animal. Signs include neurological signs and changes in the animal's behavior.

Pet owners are urged to check the vaccination status of their dogs, cats, and ferrets. All dogs and cats are required, by law, to be vaccinated against rabies by 4 months of age and can be vaccinated as early as 3 months. The Garrett County Health Department will hold low-cost rabies clinics in May [2024]. All dogs, cats, and ferrets at least 3 months of age will be eligible for vaccination.

Persons with questions regarding rabies or rabies clinics should call Environmental Health Services.

[Byline: John Corbin]
(担当:: John Corbin)

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[2] Maryland (Calvert County) otter, human exposure

  メリーランド州(Calvert 郡):カワウソ、人への暴露
Date: Thu 14 Mar 2024

Source: The Baynet [edited]

情報源:The Baynet(編集)

Rabies-Infected Otter Found Dead in Local Creek

Earlier this week, a dead otter was found in the creek near Skinners Turn Road. The otter tested positive for rabies, a rarity for the species. It's suspected the otter was infected by a raccoon when it ventured onto land.
今週初め、Skinners Turn Road近くの小川でカワウソの死体が発見された。このカワウソは狂犬病の陽性反応を示した。カワウソが陸に上がった際にアライグマから感染した疑いがある。

On 5 Mar 2024 the Calvert County Health Department issued a warning to residents. This came as a response to an incident where an otter attacked 2 individuals near a creek on Skinners Turn Road.
2024年3月5日、Calvert郡保健所は住民に警告を発した。これはSkinners Turn Roadの小川付近でカワウソが住民2人を襲った事件を受けてのものである。

The health department reminds residents the rabies virus is endemic in the raccoon population across Maryland and the entire mid-Atlantic region. They advise residents to keep their pets up to date on vaccinations.

If any wild animals are observed acting unusually, such as nocturnal animals like skunks out during the daytime, or normally reclusive animals sitting out in the open, residents are urged to avoid contact and notify County Animal Control.

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[3] New Jersey (Atlantic County): cat, human exposure

  ニュージャージー州(Atlantic 郡):ネコ、人への暴露
Date: Wed 15 Mar 2024


Source: Patch [edited]


Feral Cat Positive for Rabies After Biting Atlantic County Homeowner

A feral cat tested positive for rabies after biting a Pleasantville homeowner, county health officials said. The cat, which had appeared ill and was taken in by a homeowner on the 100 block of Bayview Avenue, is the county's 3rd positive case of rabies this year [2024], according to the Atlantic County Division of Public Health.
野良猫がPleasantvilleの住宅所有者を咬んだ後、狂犬病の陽性反応が出たと郡保健当局が発表した。Atlantic郡公衆衛生局によると、この猫は、具合が悪そうであったので、Bayview Avenue100番地の住宅所有者に引き取られたもので、今年(2024年)郡で3例目となる狂犬病陽性例となった。

The cat was collected from the home by an animal control officer on 8 Mar 2024 and sent to the state lab for testing where it was found positive for rabies on 14 Mar 2024.

County health officials found 5 other cats in the home which may have been exposed, plus the homeowner who was bitten.

The cats have been placed under an informal confinement period and the homeowner is receiving post exposure rabies treatment.

Officials reminded residents rabies can be fatal if left untreated. It can be transmitted through direct contact with saliva through broken skin or mucous membranes in the eyes, nose or mouth. Most human cases of rabies are the result of a bite from an infected animal. If you are
bitten by an animal, wash the wound immediately with soap and water and seek medical attention. All bites should be reported to the Atlantic County Division of Public Health.

If you see wildlife behaving strangely, especially nocturnal animals such as skunks and raccoons found during daylight hours, do not approach the animal. Instead, call your local Animal Control Officer. Contact information is available on the county web site at.


Residents should ensure trash cans have secure lids to prevent wildlife from foraging for food and not leave pet food outside. Many animals are also attracted to bird seed.

Public health officials advise residents to teach children to stay away from wild, stray or aggressive animals. Never feed or touch wild animals or try to keep them as pets.

A rabies vaccination is recommended for domestic animals to not only protect the pet but also the pet owner and family members who could contract rabies from an infected pet.

The Atlantic County Animal Shelter provides free rabies vaccination clinics for both dogs and cats by appointment only. The next clinic will be held on Sunday, 7 Apr 2024 from 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. on Old Turnpike Road in Pleasantville.
Atlantic郡のアニマルシェルターでは、イヌ・ネコともに予約制の狂犬病予防接種クリニックを無料で行っている。次回のクリニックは2024年4月7日(日)午前9時から午後12時まで、PleasantvilleのOld Turnpike Roadで行われる。

Visit for more information. For more information about rabies control and precautions to protect your family and your pets, visit the county website at.

[Byline: Veronica Flesher]
(担当:Veronica Flesher)

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[4] Florida (Escambia, Santa Rosa, Marion, Broward Counties): statistics of rabies

    フロリダ州(Escambia, Santa Rosa, Marion, Broward郡):狂犬病に関する統計

Date: Thu 14 Mar 2024

Source: Pensacola News Journal [edited]

情報源:: Pensacola News Journal(編集)

Rabies exposure cases in Escambia, Santa Rosa counties are up. How to stay safe

Escambia郡、Santa Rosa郡で狂犬病感染者が増加。安全に過ごすには?
Only 3 months into 2024, Florida has almost 1500 reports of rabies exposure. Broward County leads the state with 125 reports, and Marion County issued a warning to area residents that rabies is circulating local wildlife on Wednesday [15 Mar 2024].

The Florida Department of Health (FDOH) reported 1451 cases of possible rabies exposure this year [2024] at the time of publishing. Those numbers represent a 37.7% (1054 reports) increase from the same timeframe last year [2023].

According to the latest data from FDOH, raccoons were the largest number of carriers last year [2023], and this year [2024] is no exception. A positive rabies test result from a raccoon found in Sewall's Point led health officials to warn the virus is circulating in local wildlife.
FDOHの最新データによると、昨年(2023年)はアライグマが最も多い感染動物であったが、今年(2024年)も同様である。Sewall's Pointで発見されたアライグマの狂犬病検査結果が陽性であったことから、保健当局は地元の野生動物にウイルスが蔓延していると警告した。

FDOH officials have urged all residents and visitors to avoid contact with wild animals and ensure pets are vaccinated against the disease.

Escambia, Santa Rosa County reports of rabies exposure are up

Escambia、Santa Rosa郡で狂犬病感染報告が増加
Reports of rabies in Escambia and Santa Rosa counties are up, too, though the total number of reports isn't quite as high. Escambia County has received 56 reports of rabies exposure, up 36.6% from this time last year [2023].
Escambia郡とSanta Rosa郡で狂犬病の報告が増加しているが、報告総数はそれほど多くない。Escambia郡では、狂犬病曝露の報告が56件あり、昨年(2023年)の同時期から36.6%増加している。

Santa Rosa County's rabies numbers are up 175%, though considerably smaller. So far, there have been 11 reports of rabies exposure in the county, up from 4 last year [2023].
Santa Rosa郡の狂犬病発生数は、かなり少ないものの、175%増加している。これまでのところ、同郡における狂犬病曝露の報告は11件で、昨年(2023年)の4件から増加している。

What is rabies?

Rabies is a fatal but preventable viral disease, the Centers for Disease Control said.

It can spread to people and pets if they are bitten or scratched by a rabid animal or the virus is spread by exposure to an animal's saliva through broken skin, according to the National Library of Medicine.

What animals are most likely to carry rabies?

Bats are the species most frequently found with rabies in Michigan, according to the Michigan Department of Natural Resources.

In the United States, rabies affects only mammals and is mostly found in wild animals like bats, raccoons, skunks and foxes.

Contact with infected bats is the leading cause of human rabies deaths in the United States. At least 7 out of 10 Americans who die from rabies in the U.S. were infected by bats, the CDC said. People may not recognize a bat scratch or bite, which can be very small.

What Florida counties have reported the highest number of rabies exposure?

Top 10 counties, since 1 Jan 2024:

Broward: 125

Miami-Dade: 115

Orange: 75

Pasco: 74

Polk: 73

Palm Beach: 72
Lee: 70
St. Lucie: 59
Volusia: 57
Escambia: 56

Reports of rabies exposure in Florida 2024

フロリダ州における狂犬病感染報告数 2024年
Alachua: 36
Bay: 11
Brevard: 31
Charlotte: 2
Citrus: 11
Collier: 28
Columbia: 1
DeSoto: 2
Dixie: 2
Duval: 39
Flagler: 2
Franklin: 2
Gadsden: 3
Gilchrist: 3
Hardee: 30
Hendry: 15
Hernando: 26
Highlands: 8
Hillsborough: 40
Indian River: 10
Jackson: 1
Leon: 43
Levy: 6
Madison: 2
Manatee: 19
Marion: 49
Martin: 13
Monroe: 3
Okaloosa: 10
Okeechobee: 6
Osceola: 25
Pinellas: 40
Putnam: 3
Santa Rosa: 11
Sarasota: 42
Seminole: 39
St. Johns: 32
Sumter: 1
Suwannee: 12
Taylor: 4
Wakulla: 1
Walton: 4
Washington: 2

Ages of rabies exposure in Florida so far in 2024

 [presumably in humans not animals. - Mod.TG]


Ages 0-4: 47
Ages 5-9: 88
Ages 10-14: 70
Ages 15-19: 94
Ages 20-24: 141
Ages 25-29: 130
Ages 30-34: 127
Ages 35-39: 118
Ages 40-44: 99
Ages 45-49: 93
Ages 50-54: 72
Ages 55-59: 85
Ages 60-64: 90
Ages 65-69: 66
Ages 70-74: 65
Ages 75-79: 34
Ages 80-84: 17
Ages 85+: 10

How can you tell an animal has rabies?

You can't tell if an animal has rabies by just looking at it; the only way to know for sure if an animal (or a person) has rabies is to perform laboratory testing, the CDC said.

Some things you can look for include:

- General sickness

- Problems swallowing

- 嚥下障害
- Excessive drool or saliva

- 過剰なよだれや唾液
- An animal may be overly aggressive

- 動物が過度に攻撃的になることがある
- An animal biting at imaginary objects (sometimes called "fly biting")

- 架空のものに咬みつく動物(「ハエ噛み」と呼ばれることもある)
- An animal appearing tamer than you would expect

- 予想以上に大人しい動物
- An animal having trouble moving or may even be paralyzed

- 動くことが困難な動物、あるいは麻痺している動物。
- A bat on the ground

Can rabies be treated?

If you've been in direct physical contact with any wildlife or unfamiliar animals, especially if you've been bitten or scratched, talk with a healthcare provider to determine your risk for rabies or other illnesses, the CDC said.

One important factor in deciding if whether you should receive rabies vaccination -- post exposure prophylaxis -- will be if the animal you were exposed to can be found and tested for rabies or held for observation.

If you need rabies vaccination, it should be started soon after exposure.

Immunization given early (preferably within 24 hours but certainly within 72 hours) can usually prevent the disease.

Symptoms of rabies in people

After being exposed to rabies, the virus has to travel to the brain before it can cause symptoms. This period may last for weeks to months.

Of special note: "Once clinical signs of rabies appear, the disease is nearly always fatal, and treatment is typically supportive, the CDC said, emphasizing that if you think you've been exposed to rabies, seek medical care immediately.

The 1st symptoms of rabies may be similar to the flu, including weakness or discomfort, fever or headache. There also may be discomfort, prickling or an itching sensation at the site of the bite. These symptoms may last for days.

Symptoms then progress to cerebral dysfunction, anxiety, confusion and agitation. As the disease progresses, the person may experience delirium, abnormal behavior, hallucinations, hydrophobia (fear of water) and insomnia.

How to protect your pet from rabies

Cats and dogs, and even livestock, can get rabies. Nearly all the pets and livestock which get rabies have not received vaccination or were not up to date on rabies vaccinations.

Most pets get rabies from having contact with wildlife. Because laws require dogs to be vaccinated for rabies in the United States, dogs make up about 1% of rabid animals reported each year in the U.S.

That's not the case elsewhere, where exposure to rabid dogs is the cause of nearly all human rabies deaths worldwide, the CDC said.

Protect your pet by:

- Keeping rabies vaccinations up to date

- 狂犬病予防接種を常に最新の状態に保つ
- Keeping cats and ferrets inside and keep dogs under supervision

- ネコやフェレットは屋内で飼育し、イヌは監視下に置く。
- Keeping pets away from wildlife

- 野生動物からペットを遠ざける
- Spaying or neutering pets

- ペットの避妊・去勢
- Calling animal control to remove stray animals
- 放浪動物を駆除する際には、動物管理局を呼ぶ

[Byline: Brandon Girod & Cheryl McCloud]

(担当:Brandon Girod & Cheryl McCloud)

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[5] Texas (Kerr County) 3 skunks, domestic dog

Date: Tue 19 Mar 2024

Source: Jam Broadcasting [edited]

情報源:Jam Broadcasting(編集)

Kerr County confirms 3rd positive rabies case for 2024

Kerr County officials have confirmed a 3rd positive rabies case for 2024. Three skunks have tested positive for rabies, all within city limits, in a span of 8 days (since 8 Mar 2024), according to Kerr County Animal Services Director Reagan Givens. The most recent case
was reported on Glenn Road in Kerrville.
Kerr郡当局は、2024年に3例目となる狂犬病陽性例を確認した。Kerr郡アニマルサービス局長のReagan Givens氏によると、市内において8日間(2024年3月8日以降)の間に、3匹のスカンクが狂犬病の陽性反応を示した。最新の症例はKerrvilleのGlenn Roadグレンロードで報告された。

KCAS received a report on Wednesday, 13 March 2024, of a family dog that had found and attacked a skunk at a residence on Glenn Road. An animal control officer retrieved the animal, humanely euthanized it and sent it to the zoological lab for disease testing. "Confirmation
from the lab came on Friday, 15 Mar 2024, that the skunk was positive for rabies," said Givens.
KCASは2024年3月13日(水)、Glenn Roadの住宅で家庭飼育犬がスカンクを発見し、攻撃したという通報を受けた。動物管理官がその動物を回収し、人道的に安楽死させ、病気の検査のために動物学研究所に送った。Givensは、「研究室から2024年3月15日金曜日にスカンクが狂犬病陽性であることが確認された。」と述べた。

The pet owner was notified of the protocol to be followed for their dog, since it had contact with the skunk. If the pet has been previously vaccinated against rabies, then they should be revaccinated immediately and restrained or confined for a period of 45 days. If the exposed pet has not been previously vaccinated against rabies, then it should be vaccinated immediately and placed into solitary confinement for 90 days, with booster shots given in the 3rd and 8th weeks of isolation.

Givens urges all residents to stay vigilant for abnormally acting animals and make sure all pets are up to date on their vaccinations. Citizens are asked to refrain from feeding or touching wild and stray animals. If anyone observes an animal acting strangely, they are asked to make a note of its location and contact KCAS..

Rabies is an RNA virus infecting the central nervous system of mammals, ultimately causing disease in the brain and eventual death. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention state the most reported rabies cases are found in bats, raccoons, skunks and foxes, but any mammal can get rabies. Humans exposed to a rabid animal may face a series of shots administered over 14 days.

Anyone who has been in contact with a wild animal, especially if they have been bitten or scratched, should wash any wounds immediately with soap and water, and see a healthcare provider as soon as possible.

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[Judging from these reports, it is looking like spring could be a very busy time for rabies, and those trying to control this disease. Please do your part by ensuring your pet, large or small, is up-to-date on their vaccination against rabies. It is critical we keep our pets up to date on necessary vaccines as it can save their life, since they may be between us and the threat (a rabid animal). Let's make sure our pets are protected.

If you are bitten, please seek medical attention right away. While Post Exposure Prophylaxis or PEP (the name of the vaccines given to people after they have been exposed to rabies) is life-saving, it must be given very soon after the incident. So, wash your wound thoroughly
with soap and water and seek medical attention.
咬まれたら、すぐに医師の診察を受けて欲しい。PEP(Post Exposure Prophylaxis:狂犬病曝露後予防接種)は命を救うものであるが、発症後すぐに接種しなければならない。そのため、傷口を石鹸と水でよく洗い、医師の診察を受けて欲しい。

It is common to get reports of raccoons and skunks harboring rabies, but this report reminds us any mammal can succumb to the deadly rabies virus. We don't hear too much of otters being affected. However, otters with rabies have been in the headlines at least once or twice
per year for the last several years. Any mammal can have rabies. So please enjoy nature, but be alert for unusual behavior in animals and protect yourself and your pets. - Mod.TG
アライグマやスカンクが狂犬病保有しているという報告はよくあるが、この報告は、どんな哺乳類でも致命的な狂犬病ウイルスに感染する可能性があることを思い起こさせる。カワウソが罹患したという話はあまり聞かない。しかし、狂犬病に罹患したカワウソは、ここ数年、少なくとも年に1、2回は大きく報道されている。どんな哺乳類でも狂犬病にかかる可能性はある。自然を楽しみつつも、動物の異常行動には注意し、自分自身とペットを守って欲しい。- モデレーター.TG

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Rabies (13): Americas, USA (CO, PA) dog, cow, human exposure
Rabies (12): Americas, USA (SC, CT) raccoon, dog, human exp.
Rabies (11): Americas, USA (FL) raccoon, alert
Rabies (10): Americas, USA (SC) goat, human exposure
Rabies (09): Americas, USA (NY) raccoon, alert
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