Rabies in North Sumatra alarming: Official
The Jakarta Post
MEDAN: Rabies cases in North Sumatra have been perceived as alarming with the death toll reaching 36 people from 3,693 cases recorded in 2010.
Health Agency head Chandra Syafei said Gunung Sitoli suffered most from the outbreak with 20 people killed from 737 cases found. One fatality occurred this year.
Samosir regency reported 469 cases with three deaths and Medan municipality recor...
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