See A Bat? It Could Be Rabid, OC Health Care Agency Says.

Usually the rabies virus is transmitted to people from the bite of an infected animal. Experts say most cases of rabies in humans come from bats, who have tiny teeth, so their bites may go undetected. It's rare for a human to be contaminated through the saliva of a rabid animal through the eyes, mouth or an open wound.

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