“On October 14, they found a dead bat outside the Met Center, and it tested positive for rabies, so we just want to share with all the stakeholders that, I guess, you know, stay away from bats, but also, if you on October 14 came in contact with the dead bat, you might need to get yourself checked out,” Ogelman said.
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