The Florida State Department of Health in Orange County has just issued a 60-day rabies alert for a two-mile radius around Epcot near the intersection of I-4 and Epcot Center Drive in Orange County.
This alert was issued due to a cat that tested positive for the disease, and the Health Department thinks it may have infected other animals in the area.
Anyone who has been in contact with a cat in the rabies alert area of southwest Orange County should seek medical attention and contact Orange County Animal Services at (407) 254-9150.
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