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Rabies vaccine baits being dropped in Waterloo region

Rabies vaccine baits being dropped in Waterloo region
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Teams from the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (MNRF) will be dropping rabies vaccine baits in Waterloo region early next week.

The baits will be done by ground crews in urban areas around the village of Ayr, while an EC130 helicopter will also be dropping off the baits on Monday and Tuesday, weather permitting.

Ministry staff will be flying in a yellow EC130 helicopter at low altitude (~150 m above ground) over rural areas.

Attention to folks in the Waterloo and Niagara regions! In response to new rabies cases found in the villages of Ayr and St. David’s, MNRF will be distributing oral rabies vaccine baits. For more information please visit https://t.co/40tHJw9xsQ . pic.twitter.com/XPKpCadlce
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