Rabies is a viral illness spread by the saliva of an infected animal. Rabies is caused by a virus which infects the brain. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), 59,000 people die due to Rabies worldwide among which 95% human deaths occur in Asia and Africa. It has been found in almost all over the countries.
One of the common cause of it is a dog which transfers Rabies virus by biting, as its saliva contact with human saliva infects the brain and also other organs of the affected person. The Rabies virus was discovered about 4000 years ago, but now it is common worldwide. There is a strong need that the health authorities should come out with all possible expertise and know-how to eradicate this dangerous virus. —Via email