Brit died of an attack in Morocco after being dumped by a cat there. This was published by the British Public Public Health Service of England, calling specifically for travelers with destinations in Asia and Africa to comply with vaccination recommendations.
The press agency told the news agency that the affected man had dipped several weeks ago but had not been treated quickly enough.
"In this case, the vaccination was not fast enough," said Jimmy Whitworth, a professor at the London Hygiene and Tropical Medicine School. In people, the symptoms against the rabies were "two to three months" after being exposed to the virus. "It can only take a week, so it's important to see the doctor immediately and you have already been vaccinated."
According to the United Kingdom National Health Service, the treatment must take place immediately after a bite.
Rabies attacks the nervous system, especially the brain, resulting in the finalization of parsis and death in the long run, says Jonathan Ball, Professor of Molecular Virology at the University of Nottingham. "Vaccines are very effective, but they must be used before the symptoms appear."
According to the health authority, the last case of rabies in the UK was recorded in Scotland in 2002, when a man had been fed several times by an infected bat. Five of the UK suffered more sickness with illness between 2000 and 2017 after "exposure to an infected animal abroad".