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  3. Officials: Rabid cow shown at San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo, public may have been exposed  mySA
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The Texas Department of State Health Services is notifying people who visited the cattle barn at the San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo from Feb. 11-14 that they may need to be assessed for a possible rabies exposure.The Texas Department of State Health Services is notifying people who visited the cattle barn at the San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo from Feb. 11-14 that they may need to be assessed for a possible rabies exposure.

People who visited cattle barn at SA rodeo might need to be checked for rabies

Texas Department of State Health Services warns of rabid cow at San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo"Once symptoms start, it's almost always fatal. It usually takes between three weeks and three months for someone exposed to rabies to get sick," DHS warns.

Texas Department of State Health Services warns of rabid cow at San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo | abc13.com

“If you visited the San Antonio rodeo between Feb. 11-14, you may been exposed to rabies https://t.co/FcJPkHZkjj via @mySA”

Scott Huddleston on Twitter: "If you visited the San Antonio rodeo between Feb. 11-14, you may been exposed to rabies https://t.co/FcJPkHZkjj via @mySA"

The cow, a solid black Brangus heifer, had developed rabies and was capable of spreading the virus during those dates. People who visited the cattle barn during this time period may need to be assessed for possible rabies exposure, officials said.

Officials: Rabid cow shown at San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo, public may have been exposed - San Antonio Express-News

Only those who may have had contact with the animal's saliva or put their hand in the cow's nose or mouth are considered to be at risk, officials said.Only those who may have had contact with the animal's saliva or put their hand in the cow's nose or mouth are considered to be at risk, officials said.

Health department warns San Antonio rodeo attendees to get tested after possible exposure to rabid cow | kens5.com

The Texas Department of State Health Services is notifying people who visited the cattle barn at the San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo Feb. 11-14 that they may need to be assessed for a possible rabies exposure.The Texas Department of State Health Services is notifying people who visited the cattle barn at the San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo Feb. 11-14 that they may need to be assessed for a possible rabies exposure.

Rabid cow at San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo prompts warning

State health officials say visitors to a livestock barn in San Antonio may have been exposed to rabies if they came in contact with a black cow stricken...State health officials say visitors to a livestock barn in San Antonio may have been exposed to rabies if they came in contact with a black cow stricken...

Cow shown at San Antonio stock show had rabies, officials say

Cow in barn at San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo had rabies

People may have been exposed to a rabid cow at the San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo during a showing in February.People may have been exposed to a rabid cow at the San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo during a showing in February.

Rabid cow spent three days at San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo | KXAN.com

The Texas Department of State Health Services said Saturday that people who visited the barn from Feb. 11 through Feb. 14 may need to be assessed for the virus.The Texas Department of State Health Services said Saturday that people who visited the barn from Feb. 11 through Feb. 14 may need to be assessed for the virus.

Cow At San Antonio Stock Show And Rodeo Had Rabies – CBS Dallas / Fort Worth