Statistics and Research Data

Nebraska Rabies Cases 2011
Last Update:  1/6/2012

Historical Case Data:
Cyclical peaks occur every 5-7 years. 

 

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2011 CASES

There have been 35 cases reported in Nebraska in 2011.
Number Species County City Human/Pet Exp. Lab Date
1 skunk Webster Red Cloud possible dog 02/08/2011
2 skunk Buffalo Kearney no 02/14/2011
3 skunk Sheridan Rushville dog 02/17/2011
4 horse Nemaha Brownville human 02/22/2011
5 skunk Phelps Holdrege dogs 03/11/2011
6 cow Kearney Minden human 04/07/2011
7 skunk Garden OshKosh possible dog 04/20/2011
8 skunk Colfax Schuyler possible dog 04/25/2011
9 skunk Custer Comstock dog 04/25/2011
10 skunk Boone Cedar Rapids vaccinated dog 05/03/2011
11 skunk Sheridan Rushville no 05/05/2011
12 horse Cherry Valentine pending 05/23/2011
13 horse Knox Crofton human 05/25/2011
14 skunk Dixon Allen cats 06/22/2011
15 cat Dixon Wakefield human 06/22/2011
16 skunk Garden OshKosh possible cat 06/27/2011
17 skunk Webster Guide rock contact w/pets 07/01/2011
18 skunk Lincoln Wallace contact w/pet 07/07/2011
19 calf Colfax Schuyler human 07/07/2011
20 bat York York contact w/pets 07/11/2011
21 bat Lancaster Lincoln contact w/pet 07/13/2011
22 skunk Buffalo Miller contact w/ cat 07/19/2011
23 bat Douglas Omaha human 08/16/2011
24 bat Lancaster Lincoln contact w/ pet 08/23/2011
25 bat Lancaster Lincoln contact w/ pet 08/24/2011
26 horse Boone Cedar Rapids human 08/25/2011
27 bat Wayne Wayne human 08/29/2011
28 bat Douglas Omaha human 08/24/2011
29 cat Nemaha Johnson human 09/02/2011
30 bat Platte Columbus human 09/06/2011
31 bat Douglas Omaha human

09/07/2011

​32 ​skunk ​Hamilton ​Aurora ​contact w/dog ​10/03/2011
​33 ​bat ​Lancaster ​Lincoln ​no ​10/26/2011
​34 ​skunk ​Dawes ​Chadron ​no ​11/04/2011
​35 ​skunk ​Garden ​Ellsworth ​vaccinated dog ​11/14/2011

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