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Department of Health: Possible exposure to rabies from bat to the game of Peysers
Officials in health Indiana say that people who have had contact with a bat during the game of Pacers vs. LA Clippers may have been exposed to rabies
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Posted 10:36 pm. ET 10 February 2019 | Updated 10:37 pm. ET February 10, 2019  INDIANAPOLIS – Indiana health officials say people who have had contact with the bat last week during a game in Indiana probably have been exposed to rabies
Ministry of health of Indiana says anyone who may have touched the bat with bare skin when you flew around the game "Pacers" on Thursday in Indianapolis, are invited to contact the department or the health care provider to receive of rabies vaccination. The game is against Los Angeles Clippers.
The department says the rabies status, which is no longer at Bankers Life Fieldhouse, is unknown.
Health authorities say that a person is considered potentially exposed to rabies only if there is direct contact between the bat and the naked skin of man. So far, there have been no reports of anyone who has a direct contact with a bat.