It wasn't bats, but I read several years ago of another person who
survived rabies just by being treated aggressively for all his
symptoms. I don't believe he was vaccinated after the bite, even if
this artcile says the one in it says she was the only one.
But you got the topic away from aerosol, and back to the possiblity of
being bit. Maybe wear a leather coat and heavy leather gloves if one
is going to do anything like that. And something for the face.
You should see what my mother had me wear just to go after a wasp's
nest. And maybe she was right.
If it is any consolation, prior to the 70's or 80's, the treatment in
advance for rabies was a series of shots numbering in the 20's or
30's, all painful. And I supposed because of all the visits needed,
it might have been more money adjusted for inflation (although I never
heard money mentioned as a problem.)
My understanding is the keeping
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