Can cooked (or roasted) dog (or other animal) meat (or other tissues) spread rabies? (male, 35)
Hello, the rabies virus will be inactivated in case of heat and is not infectious. The problem you ask is that the meat or other tissues of cooked or roasted dogs or other animals do not survive the rabies virus. It is not isolated to spread the rabies virus. It can be eaten and there is no need to worry
Generally speaking, cooked dog meat, or meat or tissue of other animals, will not spread rabies. High temperature heating is a very effective disinfection method. Boil in 100 degree hot water for more than 10 minutes, almost all pathogens will be killed, and the rabies virus will also be killed.
For the cooked dog meat, there will be no rabies virus, because the virus is mainly composed of protein capsid and DNA material in it. After the meat is cooked, even the existing virus protein will denature due to high temperature, so it will not be infected with rabies. Rabies virus is mainly transmitted through dog teeth or saliva. If bitten or scratched by a dog, it will be infected.
Hello, eating dog meat won't get rabies. Even if you eat dog meat infected with rabies, you won't get rabies, because rabies is not heat-resistant and may die quickly after high-temperature cooking
Rabies virus will not be infected through the digestive tract. A few people are infected in the process of foreskin cutting. Try to eat less