The latest case was discovered on Wednesday at a rental car shop in Irvine Regional Park in Orange, according to a press release from the OK
Another bat found near an Anaheim commercial building earlier this month also tested positive for the virus that is found in the saliva of an animal and is transmitted to humans through the bite of an angry life.
In recent years, most cases of human rabies in the United States have been linked to strains found in bats, according to the agency. The disease is almost always fatal once a person begins to show symptoms of the virus, he added.
Health experts urge anyone who may have had contact with a bat to contact O.C. The Health Agency at (71
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