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The Estonian Veterinary and Food Board will launch a vaccination campaign of foxes and raccoon dogs from September 13 to at least October 8 in the whole of Estonian territory, in order to stop the spread of rabies and in protection of humans and domestic animals.
The vaccine will be spread by throwing special bait that contains vaccine from on board planes to the woods. The activity starts on from Hiiumaa and Saaremaa and moves from West to East to the coast of Lake Peipsi and Narva River and from North to South to the Latvian border.
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Vaccination of wild animals against rabies starts in Estonian woods