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Rabies non bite transmission
I've read about non bite transmission of rabies .. how rare this occurs. i mean, its very normal to walk along roads with wounds in legs sometimes .So  saliva dropped by a animal could have been there in roads right.. can it get infected.? please do help. once i came through an article about non bite transmission and now a days i'm very concerned to walk especially when there is a wound in legs . pls do help .. is this pathophobia kinda disease. pls do help..
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Probably more unlikely than likely.  Unless you are inside a bat cave or drinking water from a rabid animal.

Read the post that I just posted to the 3 yr. old's mother re: a rabies bite.

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