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Posted by: BZs | 2018/09/16

Rabies vaccine question

I'm going to receive pre-exposure rabies vaccines. Is it possible that it contains residual live virus, which enters the saliva? Should I avoid contacts with relatives, which can share saliva (e.g., kissing, or sharing utensils)?

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- 2018/09/18

Hi

No, you do not have to avoid contact with relatives. Good luck!

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