The British health service issued a reminder Monday to passengers to avoid contact with animals in countries where rabies were detected, particularly in Asia and Africa.
In the UK, rabies are mostly eradicated, although they continue to spread among the bats.
"Therefore, there is no danger to the wider public, but healthcare workers and people in close contact with the (infected patient) are being monitored for precautionary measures if they have a need to provide a vaccine," said Mary Ramsay, Head of the Health Imunition Unit RAMS).
The Press Association press agency reported that the cat had been bitten for a man a few weeks ago, and the potential life-saving was not timely provided.
Rabies is a viral disease that causes brain inflammation. From the time the first symptoms appear, the disease is usually no longer cured.
The British Health Service pointed out that since 1902 there have been no cases of infectious diseases, including bumps.
One bomber was infected in Scotland in 2002, and another five were infected during the travel from 2002 to 2017.
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