WC Agriculture Department takes control of rabies situation in the Cape

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The Western Cape Agriculture Department says its taken control of the rabies situation after five cases had been reported in the Cape metro at the end of last year into this year. This comes as the department vaccinated 18,000 dogs during its latest Rabies Awareness Campaign. Western Cape Minister of Agriculture Ivan Meyer said that his department provides rabies vaccines for animals in informal and indigent communities across the province.

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