Volume 18, Number 7—July 2012
Trap-Vaccinate-Release Program to Control Raccoon Rabies, New York, USA
|Round||Trap nights||No. trapped||No. vaccinated and released||No. recaptured||No. sick, injured, or dead|
*Three raccoons were submitted for rabies testing after human exposures.
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