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Deadly bat virus found in South Australia – 7NEWS.com.au

SA Health issued an urgent warning about the rabies-like disease that can have dire consequences for humans and pets.

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A deadly virus, Australian Bat Lyssavirus, has been found in bats in South Australia, with experts warning the rabies-like disease could have dire consequences.
In a statement released on Thursday, SA Health urged people to avoid any contacts with bats.
People heading outdoors are reminded to avoid any contact with bats, after it was confirmed that two recent exposures in South Australia last month involved bats carrying Australian Bat Lyssavirus (ABL), the statement read.
The Department for Health…

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