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GARC May 16
In 2018, there was one registered event for in We think that for a country of its size where there are cases of , this needs to change - share the message with everyone!
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Ashok Gehlot Sep 27
On , let's generate awareness abt scourge of this disease. It kills one person evry 9 mnuts n majority r yngstrs. Need is to educate masses that vaccinating dogs cn brk its transmission cycle. Ppl shd b encouraged to seek immediate medical care if bitten
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WHO Nigeria Sep 26
What is Post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP)? Post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP) are the immediate measures taken after exposure of the victim to dog bite.
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CDC Sep 28
The best way to prevent in humans is vaccinating dogs. Learn more on .
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Humane Society Int'l Sep 28
On we stand with more than 80 charities calling to to protect animals from cruelty and people from rabies. Take action by signing the petition
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World Health Organization Western Pacific Sep 27
It's today! kills one person every 9 minutes, many of them children, despite being a vaccine-preventable viral disease. Vaccinating dogs 🐶 and learning about dog behavior 🐕 to prevent bites can help save lives every year.
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GARC May 13
We have our first registered event for 2019 from , telling us how they will be spreading the message 'Rabies: Vaccinate to Eliminate'
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FOUR PAWS Sep 28
The ultimate fight against deadly rabies in Myanmar: It is & the perfect moment to announce our plans to vaccinate 1,000,000 & against rabies within 3 years. According to the , around 1,000 people die of infectious animal bites in Myanmar each year
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EcoHealth Alliance Sep 28
Here’s our PREDICT team in Liberia offering rabies vaccinations. Though it’s wholly preventable, rabies still kills nearly 60,000 people each year.
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Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus Sep 28
Rabies is a 100% vaccine preventable disease, yet it still kills one person every 9 minutes. With a approach, we can save lives with essential medicines and immunization, and prevent by vaccinating dogs.
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Mayhew Sep 28
Over 59,000 people die from rabies every year. BUT this disease is 100% preventable and so far we've vaccinated over 16,000 dogs against rabies in Kabul. This disease can be stopped and we need your help to spread awareness. Please can you help this by RT'ing? 💜
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Animal Protection AF Sep 27
Not all are lucky, thousands are rounded up and killed, often in the most inhumane, painful way. There are however lucky dogs like Bruno. Her owner vaccinated her in 2015 and they now live happily. Become a responsible dog owner too
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Sheila Voas Sep 28
Did you know that vaccinating dogs would prevent most of worlds 59,000 annual cases of rabies? The yellow ear tag indicates this street dog in Georgia has been vaccinated. Working together we can eliminate human rabies.
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Nidhi Choudhari🕉☪️✝️☸️ Sep 23
MCGM with WSD, IDA, Ahimsa, BSPCA, UAWS, MAA, SOS, Mumbai Vet College & Pet Practitioners Association is celebrating on 28th Sept by giving Rabies Vaccination to 5000 stray dogs Kindly email no. of stray🐕in ur locality with ur name on vetsu04.deonar@mcgm.gov.in
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Mutheu Mutua 🐱🐾 Sep 27
It's today! Have your dogs and cats been vaccinated? Bruno is a great example, and she's living a great life.. see her story below.
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Born Free Foundation Sep 28
Keep our Ethiopian wolf family safe this World Rabies Day: With less than 500 of our wolf family remaining in the wild, your adoption will help secure their future from further outbreaks of this fatal disease. 🦊
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FAO Animal Health Sep 27
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India Today Sep 28
You must have heard about Rabies but, how much do you know about the virus exactly? Today is and we bring to you some important details about the virus. by @neha_rika25 More Videos:
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EcoHealth Alliance Sep 28
Replying to @jjdesmond
EcoHealth Alliance Field Veterinarian talks about our collaboration to spread awareness and vaccinate against rabies. If we can achieve a 70% vaccination rate, we can essentially stop transmission of rabies.
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Kirstyn Brunker Sep 28
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