There was a general decline in animal rabies in Europe in 1991 following the peak levels which occurred
in 1989. This was ascribed, in France at least, to the normal decline in cases usually experienced following
peak occurrence and also to oral immunization of foxes against rabies.
European countries in which rabies occurs may be infected by fox, insectivorous bat or dog rabies. This
paper makes a general summary of the rabies situation in Europe in 1991 and presents data obtained
in 1991 from 15 European countries using oral vaccination against fox rabies.
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