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6 Deaths From Rabies Since Start of 2018: Officials

 The death toll from rabies has increased to six while the epidemic remains present in 24 provinces, the health ministry said Monday.

The Ministry of Public Health said six people had died from the disease since January, the most recent of which occured Sunday in Buriram province in northeast Thailand.

Jetsada Chokdumrongsuk, the permanent secretary of the Public Health Ministry said the number of rabies red zones has risen from 13 provinces to 24 provinces.

They include Bangkok, Surin, Chonburi, Samut Prakan, Chachoengsao, Nan, Buriram, Ubon Ratchathani, Chiang Rai, Roi Et, Songkhla, Rayong, Tak and Srisaket.

According to livestock officials, 14 people died from rabies across 13 provinces in 2017, up from 11 people in 2016.

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Re: Rabies detected in 4 Chaiyaphum districts
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Rabies detected in 4 Chaiyaphum districts

 Chaiyaphum province has detected a rabid dog in another district of Muang Chaiyaphum, prompting officials to vaccinate at least 80 per cent of dogs and cats in a five-kilometre radius.

This discovery of a rabid dog in Khilek Yai Community on Muang Chaiyaphum on Tuesday brought the number of affected districts to four.

The others are Chatturat, Kaeng Khro and Khon Sawan, said Chaiyaphum livestock development official Srisamai Chotinich on Wednesday.

On Wednesday morning, pet owners brought 260 cats and dogs to get vaccinated against rabies.

Thailand has seen six cases of human deaths by rabies so far this year, in Surin, Songkhla, Trang, Nakhon Ratchasima, Phrachuap Khiri Khan and Buri Ram.

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