World Rabies Day is the first and only world-wide day of action and knowledge for rabies prevention. It is a chance to unite as a community and for individuals, NGOs and governments to associate and distribute their effort. 28 September also symbols the anniversary of Louis Pasteur’s death, the French chemist and microbiologist, who settled the first rabies injection.
Rabies is commonly spread throughout the globe. More than 55,000 people die of rabies every year. Nearly 95% of human deaths happen in Asia and Africa, according to WHO. Nowadays, non-toxic and efficient animal and human injections are mid the significant kits that occur to remove human deaths from rabies while cognizance is the key driver for success of communities to occupy in successful rabies inhibition.
Let’s EndRabiesTogether! Global removal of rabies is an opportunity. World Rabies Day helps peoples carry that chance faster to reality.This year the theme is Rabies: Zero by 30, brilliant and supporting the over-all aim of zero deaths from canine-mediated rabies by 2030. World Rabies Day is a global ceremony but it is not a public holiday.