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The intensified rabies vaccinations and animal castration campaigns led to an enormous decrease in Rabies cases in Quezon City, the local government announced on Saturday, October 30th.

“QC has not been on the list since one of the top 10 cities with the highest rabies cases in the Philippines in 2018. That’s because of our intensified vaccination campaigns to eradicate the virus from our pets, “said Mayor Joy Belmonte.

According to the local government, rabies cases in the city have decreased from 17 to eight, based on data from the Department of Agriculture (DA -BAI) from 2018 to 2019.

The city veterinary office (CVD) was able to give 82,241 pets an injection of rabies from January to September 2021.

The city veterinarian Dr. Ana Marie Cabel emphasized the importance of vaccination for the well-being and safety of citizens.

“Rabies can be fatal to people if left untreated Kaya (therefore) when a person is bitten, Kailangan magpabakuna na agad ( he must be vaccinated immediately). Rabies is 100 percent preventable kapag nagamot agad (if cured immediately), “said Cabel.

Aside from the programs, the local government is also seizing stray animals, the usual vectors of the virus.

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