RABBITS, hares and rodents🐭 are the most commonly affected by bacterium Francisella tularensis. 🦠Ticks and deer flies transmit tularemia to humans, especially in the western United States.

The symptoms vary wildly including fever as high as 104F with 🗣cough, sore throat, gland swelling or mouth ulcers, 👅but the disease can become life-threatening!! 

Take preventative precautions: 

✅When hiking, camping or working outdoors wear long pants, sleeve, and socks to keep ticks and deer flies off the skin. 

✅Do not mow over sick or dead animals.


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