According to the press association, it was reported that this person was scalded several weeks ago and had not received immediate treatment. The health authorities did not provide additional information on the case.
According to Jimmy Whitworth, professor of London Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, symptoms of rabies develop "two to three monthsAfter the virus arrives.
"But it can only last a week, so it's important to quickly seek care and vaccination"He said. "In this case, the person did not receive the vaccine in a timely manner"
Rabiesaffects the nervous system, especially the brain, and ultimately causes complete paralysis and death"Said Jonathan Ball, a professor of molecular virology at Nottingham University.
"There are some very effective vaccines, but they should be used before the onset of symptomsHe remembered.
According to United States Public Health, in 2002, rabies cases were reported in Scotland where a man got into an infected stick.
Between 2000 and 2017, five other people living in the United Kingdom are traumatized by rabiesexposed to infected animals abroad"
"Rabies are widespread in parts of the world, especially in Asia and Africa"Warned PHE."All travelers to rabies should avoid contact with dogs, cats, and other animals as far as possible and consult the vaccine before traveling."