The Azuay “canine and feline vaccination” campaign, organized by the Public Health Ministry, has vaccinated over 94,000 pets between June 1 and June 30. The doses were given, with the permission of the owners free of charge to each pet older than two months. Owners were given a vaccination certificate. “The goal of this campaign is to strengthen the prevention and control rabies,” said the MSP Zonal 6 Coordinador, Oswaldo Suares. The coordinator also explained that rabies has eradicated from Ecuador and there haven’t been any outbreaks for years. Rabies Symptoms: Phobia to light and water Intense drooling Aggression Confusion…
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