, have received a positive result for rabies
Last week, three students met a fox on the road behind the MOSE Building near the Georgia Tech facility. Two of them were injured during the meeting, officials said in a press release.
Over the weekend another pupil had a similar clash with a different fox in the same area. This fox has not been captured, and university staff believe there may be a few more, and they all can carry a rabble.
Abi Lewal immediately found a new route to reach the class when he learned that a raving fox is attacking the students. "A friend of mine in my research group said he saw one of the foxes here, so I decided to take the long way so we would not be attracted to any fox here," said Lullal.
In the press release, the authorities stressed that they are seeking medical treatment for anyone who may encounter a potentially rabid animal: "It is critical to seek medical treatment after encountering a potentially rabid animal." Early symptoms of rabies in humans are not specific and may include fever, headache, and fatigue, and if not treated, the virus can cause difficulty in swallowing, paralysis, and even death.This symptom may never occur or may occur only in the last stages of the disease. "
Be on the lookout for potentially dangerous wild foxes at the university. We want our community to avoid the area behind the MOSE building, Georgia Tech's nearby path and tracks.  More details: https://t.co/YklwlwKyAA pic.twitter.com/ CzzIiTbm6F
– Georgia Tech (@GeorgiaTech) February 12, 2019
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