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A camper on July 4 woke up to a wild bat flying around her head
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Roughly 200 people were possibly exposed to a rabid bat while staying overnight at Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium, the zoo said.

The zoo and Nebraska health officials recommended that roughly 186 campers who stayed overnight at the aquarium in recent weeks, as well as some staffers, get rabies shots.

A camper on July 4 woke up to a wild bat flying around her head. A zoo emergency medical technician didn't find any bites or scratches on her.

The zoo found seven wild bats in the aquarium and euthanized them. One tested positive for rabies.


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