Rabies vaccination is recommended for some international aid workers or travellers going to rabies-prone areas for long periods. The vaccination can be effective after the bite of a rabid animal; so routine vaccination is not recommended for the traveller. Affected animals include dogs, cats, monkeys and feral (wild) animals. A traveller who sustains a bite or scratch or even is licked by an animal in countries at risk should wash the site immediately with soap or a detergent, and then seek medical help. The prebite vaccination does not remove the need for postexposure vaccination.

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