An area covering just over 3 kilometers from Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida was declared a warning for the presence of rabies in the area.
Two employees in the park scratched a wild cat with a disease in a park outside the park, said Disney representative.
The cat was caught and it was found to be a rabies virus carrier that is fatal if it is not treated in good time.
For this reason Orange, the Florida Department of Health, warned visitors to the park to monitor the crossing area between Interstate 4 and Epcot Center Drive.
The authorities warned that the cat could have infected other animals, such as wild cats, stray dogs and wildlife such as raccoons, bats, foxes, rabbits, wild cats and coyotes, so that people who suffer from scratches or a bite of animals in this area to a doctor.
Although the warning covers only a small part of the amusement park, the authorities have stressed that this should not lead to a false sense of security in other areas, and it was therefore advisable for residents in the vicinity to stay away from animals.
Anger can be deadly if he does not heal in time. Since the symptoms occur several weeks after the disease has spread into the brain, it has caused death in almost all cases until then.
However, if you turn to a doctor quickly, you can determine whether you are the carrier of the virus and start treatment with a rabies vaccine.
Source: SDP news