Ceuta immobilizes 100 dogs after diagnosing rabies to a puppy arrived from Morocco

The autonomous city of CEUTA has identified the person who brought the animal and investigates the border control failure.

The Government has formally declared the existence of a focus of rabies, the first since 2012, with alert level 1 after confirming the Carlos III Health Institute that a three-month-old puppy that was in a kennel has given positive for the disease.

The dog arrived at the facility after being picked up in Morocco, a country where the disease is endemic, by a person who took him to the shelter. (spanish)

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