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Australian bat lyssavirus
Learn more about Australian bat lyssavirus, its risks, and how it is best managed.
- ABLV information for veterinarians
- Submitting to the laboratory for ABLV testing
- Determining if a bat or other animal was infectious by clinical observation
- Vaccination protocol for animals post-ABLV exposure
- Accessing the Nobivac® rabies vaccine
- Advising owners on managing Australian bat lyssavirus risks
- Last reviewed: 27 Jul 2020
- Last updated: 27 Jul 2020
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