No humans were exposed to the rabid bats, county health officials said.
"Rabies is most often transmitted by the bite or scratch of an infected animal," said Dr. Gurfield.
"Bat bites are extremely small and may not be recognized by the person who is bitten. You should never handle or try to capture a bat."
Rabies is a virus carried in the saliva of infected animals. It affects the nervous system of humans and other animals.
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