ROCHESTER HILLS, Mich. – A skirt found in the Detroit suburbs was confirmed as having rabies.
Oakland County health officials say Friday that the skunk was removed from a site in Rochester Hills, north of Detroit.
The health officer, Leigh-Anne Stafford, said that the rabies are most often released in bats, raccoons, lungs and foxes in release. The rabies virus is found in saliva of infected animals and is spread by bite or scratches.
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