Last month, the dog licked the small scabby wound. I didn't care much at that time. The dog has been injected with rabies vaccine. It's necessary to inject rabies vaccine. Is it still useful to inject it after many months
Rabies virus mainly exists in the saliva of animals. If you are bitten or scratched by animals and the skin and mucous membrane are damaged, you need to inject rabies vaccine, or if there is a wound, it means that the fresh wound is licked by the dog and you also need to inject rabies vaccine. Your scab has been licked, so you don't need rabies vaccine.
In this case, if you don't need to worry too much that your wound has scabbed, you won't be infected with rabies virus. In addition, it is suggested that the daily diet should be light, avoid spicy and greasy food, and wipe with iodophor solution locally
Your situation is that you were licked by a dog a few months ago. The dog who caused the accident has been vaccinated with rabies vaccine. In this case, you don't need to be vaccinated with rabies vaccine. It's okay. Later, vaccinating with rabies vaccine also has preventive effect. You have a regular work and rest. Don't stay up late and overwork