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The Florida Department of Health in Miami-Dade (DOH-Miami-Dade) has LIFTED the rabies alert for the following boundaries as of November 28, 2018:
The alert was set in place since September 25, 2018 when a first cat tested positive for rabies. There has not been another positive laboratory result for rabies within 60 days, This is an appropriate timeframe to lift the health advisory. However, in Florida there is a risk of rabies transmission year-round.
Please keep in mind that the following area is still in affect for a rabies alert:
IF YOUR PET IS BITTEN: SEEK VETERINARY ASSISTANCE & CONTACT MIAMI-DADE ANIMAL SERVICES AT 3-1-1
IF YOU ARE BITTEN OR SCRATCHED BY A WILD OR DOMESTIC ANIMAL: SEEK MEDICAL ATTENTION & REPORT THE INJURY TO THE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH IN MIAMI-DADE AT (305) 342-2400
Click here to view the Public Health Notice: Rabies Alert document.