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Friday April 29th, 2016 9:39PM

Another rabid bat found in a Hall Co. home

By Staff
GAINESVILLE - For the second time this week, Hall County Animal Control officials say a rabid bat has been discovered inside a home; this time it happened at a house on Francis Trail in north Hall County.<br /> <br /> The latest case is the eleventh confirmed case of rabies in the county for the year.<br /> <br /> On Tuesday, Hall County Animal Control said a rabid bat was found in a home on Blue Ridge Drive in the city of Gainesville.<br /> <br /> As always, animal control officials are encouraging pet owners to keep pets up-to-date on rabies vaccinations, since pets are the most likely to come into contact with rabid animals.<br /> <br /> <br />
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