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Hall reports two more rabies cases
The Georgia Public Health Lab, Virology section confirmed Friday a raccoon, which was killed by a dog, tested positive for rabies. The incident happened on the 5800 block of Thompson Bridge Road, according to a statement released by Hall County government offices.
Hall County has reported its second and third confirmed rabies cases for 2020. One of the cases involved contact between a rabid raccoon and a dog in the 4100 block of Ashford Way near Poplar Springs Road. The other involved contact between a rabid raccoon and two dogs in the 4700 block of Highland Road in North Hall.