Sep 17, 2020
Feral Cat In Harford County Tests Positive For Rabies; Officials Warn Of Possible Exposure
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BEL AIR, Md. (WJZ) — A feral cat found in the Dublin and Darlington area of Harford County has tested positive for rabies, the county’s health department said.
Officials warn the cat may have exposed people and animals in the area of the 3300 block of Hughes Road and other nearby areas to rabies.
They’re asking anyone who had contact with a feral cat or whose pets may have come into contact with it between September 1 and September 13 to call them at 410-612-1774.
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Canada opposition party head tests positive for coronavirus
The Conservative party announced late Friday that its leader, Erin O’Toole, received a positive test and was feeling well. His family tested negative.
The party elected him as its new leader last month. He will face Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in the next general election.
Trudeau’s Liberal party government will outline its priorities for the new session of Parliament next week. O’Toole won’t be able to attend in person now.
The leader of the Quebec-based Bloc Quebecois, Yves-Francois Blanchet, also tested positive for the coronavirus this week.
Coronavirus cases have started to climb again in Canada in recent weeks in what some are calling a second wave.
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