Volume 26, Number 7—July 2020
Bat and Lyssavirus Exposure among Humans in Area that Celebrates Bat Festival, Nigeria, 2010 and 2013
|Type of bat exposure||No. (%), n = 2,112|
|Ever had bat contact*||213 (10)|
|Ever touched a bat||211|
|Ever bitten by a bat||52|
|Ever scratched by a bat||66|
|Ever eaten a bat||265 (13)|
*Bat contact was defined as having touched a bat, having been bitten by a bat, or having been scratched by a bat.
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