วันที่ 14 มี.ค. 61 เวลา 18:44:22 น.
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Mr. Kittikorn Janepaiboon, from Thailand’s Livestock District of Songkla, is warning about the spread of rabies across Thailand, after the disease claimed its first human victim this year in his province. Another concern is that over 6,000 macaques living around Noi Hill and Tang Kuan Hill at Songkla’s Laem Samila are difficult to round up for vaccination. Although no rabies cases related to monkeys have been reported, Songkla municipality would like visitors to be very wary about approaching the apes to avoid the risk of being bitten or scratched. Any injury caused by an animal should be immediately followed by a rabies vaccination, available through your doctor.