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Egypt Lake wildlife control tip of the month:
So, specific questions if you can give any guidance (see note re liability below, if concerned):
1. Do I assume I've been exposed, or can I take a specimen of the Egypt Lake animal control feces to be checked (by county/state authorities?
by Vet school at Univ of Penn across town?)
2. If I assume I've been exposed (or tests show I was) should I get any testing, such as titers of antibodies
to racoon roundworm ASAP for a baseline and again in a certain period Egypt Lake animal control of time? Or do I do nothing except make
sure my own doc keeps "raccoon roundworm infection" in his Egypt Lake pest control differential diagnosis list if I get ill in the future??
3. What about the safety of the carpeted area where the feces fell? It is a place where children play (or have played anyway).
4. About the attic clean-out selection- I know feces and urine were Egypt Lake wildlife removal deposited directly upon plaster and lathe. To remove
any contaminated material would mean to rip out the ceilings of all rooms on the third floor. How necessary is the cleaning
if future visitors to the attic dress with precautions? Should Egypt Lake animal trapping the attic be "gassed"?
I am assuming there are no set
WHO or CDC guidelines for this as there are for an Ebola virus exposure (I am acquainted with some folks who encountered exactly
that a few years ago in Uganda), so I'm trying to get a sense of how Egypt Lake exterminator much effort to take concerning my own health and that of others.
I am not asking for an opinion that you will be held legally responsible for, I'm asking for your educated opinion as to what you would
tell a friend given the same circumstances. If you know of medical Egypt Lake exterminator authorities who could give better advice I would love to learn who
they are and how to reach them. Thank you for your kind consideration of my questions, Mike
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