That is, the dog accidentally ate the child's rice in the bowl the night before yesterday, and then washed the bowl again. I brushed and flushed the detergent again and again. Today, I flushed again. I just used the fork for the child to eat. The child's tongue is broken. Will it be ok?
As you said, in this case, if disinfection is carried out, there will generally be no such rabies disease, so there is no need to inject rabies vaccine. However, observe the child's physical condition. In order to prevent the impact of such pain, pay more attention to whether the child has abdominal pain, abdominal distension, diarrhea and so on.
You are a little too worried about this situation, because the possibility of suspected rabies is very low. The transmission route of rabies virus is generally through animal saliva into the human body. In your case, there is no animal saliva into the human body.
Hello, I'm glad to answer for you. The child's condition will be fine. Rabies virus will not spread indirectly. You don't have to worry. Rabies should be bitten or scratched directly by dogs or cats, with broken skin. The virus invades the body from the broken skin, so the child will be fine,