Do you really know what's on your hands? What have you touched today that may cause you illness tomorrow? Have you washed your hands today? According to the CDC: Handwashing is the single most important action you can do to prevent the spread of infection.
Rabies in the United States remains a threat primarily due to its presence in wildlife. The possibility of wild animals transmitting this fatal disease to domestic animals and humans has spurred significant public health awareness efforts about the threat. In addition, those who have had contact with a potentially rabid animal need post exposure prophylaxis (PEP) to prevent the onset of rabies.