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Fairfax County has seen 11 rabies cases this year, none among foxes

A raccoon walking in grass (via Pete Nuij/Unsplash)

A raccoon walking in grass (via Pete Nuij/Unsplash)Recent rabies cases involving foxes in Arlington and D.C. might cause concern for nearby neighbors, but Fairfax County has not seen any such incidents so far this year.

The county has had 11 cases of rabies this year out of 72 tested animals, a typical amount, rabies program manager Bryant Bullock said on Tuesday (May 3).

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