Florida health officials have issued a 60-day rabies alert in an area surrounding Disney's famous Epcot theme park, urging tourists and residents to avoid "stray dogs" and other wildlife.
The Florida Department of Health has issued a rabies warning within three kilometers of Interstate 4 and Epcot Center Drive in southwestern Orange County after a cat The wild region has been tested positive for the disease.
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In a statement, officials advised the public to avoid contact with "wild cats, stray dogs and all wild animals, especially raccoons, bats, foxes, skunks, otters, sculpins and coyotes ".
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, rabies can be a deadly viral disease that humans can contract if it is scraped or bitten by an infected animal.
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Symptoms of the disease may include general weakness or discomfort, fever, or headache. In extreme cases where a death is likely, the infected person may experience delirium, abnormal behavior, hallucinations, hydrophobia (fear of water) and insomnia.
Several resorts and two theme parks are located in the affected area, the New York Post reported.