A rabies alert was issued for part of Fort Lauderdale on Monday after a raccoon tested positive.
The rabies alert covers the following areas and lasts 60 days:
SW 9th Street to NorthI-95 to WestSouth Fork of the New River to EastSouth Fork of New River south
All residents and visitors to Broward should be aware that rabies is present in the wild animal population and that pets are at risk if not vaccinated, the Florida Department of Health said in the county. by Broward.
Residents and visitors are urged to take a number of precautions, such as ensuring that pet and livestock vaccines are up to date and not allowing pets to run free.
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