Many people will ask: Is it necessary to get an injection whenever a dog bites it? Some people say that if they are bitten by a vaccinated dog, they do not need to be beaten, and that they are bitten by a stray dog that has not been vaccinated. Is that so? In fact, whether or not to get an injection is not absolute, it can depend on the situation. Let's get to know it together.
First of all, let me explain to everyone why I got an injection if I was bitten by a cat or dog? The so-called rabies is that some animals infected with rabies infect people by biting, causing some symptoms such as irritability, restlessness, and even cramps and paralysis in the human body. Moreover, once the disease is ill, there is no doubt that the medical profession has not developed an effective cure. The only way is to inject the vaccine in time. This is also the place where everyone is afraid of rabies.
So what should I do after being bitten by a dog? Related departments have issued detailed handling guidelines for your reference: