Rabies cases on the rise in KwaZulu-Natal

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The public has been advised to take rabies seriously following an outbreak of the disease in the province.

From December 15 to December 31 there have been 323 animal cases reported in KwaZulu-Natal, six confirmed human cases and three suspected human cases.

Provincial department of agriculture and rural development spokesperson, Mack Makhathini, said the number of cases is on the rise and urged people to be very careful.

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