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Thirteen of Thailand’s provinces have been declared"rabies red zones"after the deadly disease recently spread to several parts of the country; this year three people have died of rabies in Thailand. Dr. Pornpitak Panlar, from Department of Disease Control, said that rabies cases are up by 50 percent over last year and that the major cause is reckless pet owners who fail to have their pets vaccinated. Thai officials also urged residents who live in a five kilometer radius of the outbreak to take pets to be vaccinated. Two hundred and forty seven domestic animals have reportedly become infected with the deadly virus since January.