Human rabies cases in the United States are rare, with only 1 to 3 cases reported to the CDC annually. Because of vigorous domestic animal control and vaccination programs, human exposure to the rabies virus is most likely to occur through contact with wild animals. Bats are the most frequently reported rabid wildlife species in the US (30.9 percent of all animal cases during 2015).

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