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Judy Gwozdek, Washtenaw County Public Health department's communicable disease program coordinator

Bats, Rabies, and Insurance

Bites are rare, but potentially deadly-and getting treated is confusing and expensive.

"I was looking out the window, and I saw a cloud of bats swooping and twirling through the air in the dusk over my neighbor's trees," Cathleen recalls. "I said, 'Wow, that's a lot of bats. Go bats. Eat those mosquitoes.'

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