The British Health Care has issued a reminder to travelers on Monday to avoid contact with animals in countries where rabies is detected, especially in Asia and Africa.
In Britain, rabies is essentially extinct, although it still spreads among some bats.
"There is no danger to the wider public because of this, but healthcare professionals and people in close contact with (the infected patient) are monitored for precautionary measures, if they need to offer a vaccine," said Mary Ramsay, Head of Health Care immunization unit (Meri RAMS).
Pressbyrån's news agency reported that the cat was bitten for a certain man a few weeks ago, while potentially terrified treatment did not happen on time.
Rabies is a viral disease that causes brain inflammation. From the moment the first symptoms occur, the disease is usually no longer cured.
The British health service has shown that there were no cases of people infected with the disease, including bats, since 1902.
A person from a bat was infected in Scotland in 2002 and five people were infected during the 2002-2017 trips.
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