The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry continues to spread raccoon rabies bait vaccines in the area to try to eliminate the virus from the province.
According to the Haldimand-Norfolk Health Unit, there have been 28 cases of raccoon strain rabies, including two skunks and one llama.
In Norfolk, there’s also only been one report of a raccoon testing positive for rabies.
Earlier this summer, the M-N-R announced they would be spending 4-million dollars in vaccine drops and traps in the Hamilton area in hopes of curbing the issue.
Since late 2015, there have been 412 cases of raccoon strain, and 18 cases of fox strain rabies.