09 May 2019

Public Health England post-exposure rabies treatment guidance published

Updated guidelines on rabies post-exposure treatment Public Health England post-exposure rabies treatment guidance published

Public Health England has published updated detailed guidelines on rabies post-exposure treatment.

This includes updated guidance on

  • clarifying the risk assessment of possible bat exposures and confirmed rabid animals.
  • pet travel when the UK leaves the European Union.
  • rabies vaccines and immunoglobulin compatible with the UK schedule.

For specific information for individual countries please go to our Country Information pages.


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