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How Mexico achieved rabies-free status

Creation Date: 26 April 2022

Mexico is a leading example of rabies elimination through a One Health approach, making mass dog and cat vaccination a public health responsibility. In 2019 it was declared free of human rabies by WHO.


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Goa State and Mission Rabies – achieving rabies-free status together

Creation Date: 26 April 2022

Goa State in India has reported no human deaths from rabies with a 10-fold reduction in canine rabies. Goa has also been declared a ‘rabies controlled area’; the first geographic zone to earn controlled status of any zoonotic disease.

Namibia’s national plan for rabies elimination delivers benefits

Creation Date: 26 April 2022

The Republic of Namibia has achieved a significant reduction in human rabies deaths since 2015 from an average of 26 cases to 0-2 cases annually. Significant progress has also been made in controlling the disease in dogs and livestock.