When the child goes home and passes through the alley, the saliva splashes down when the dog barks on the second floor and gets his face. Will he be infected with rabies
Under normal circumstances, if it is said that the saliva is sprayed when the dog barks upstairs when passing through the alley, it is generally just sprayed without direct scratch and bite. Generally, the possibility of virus infection is relatively low, so it is generally not infected in this case.
First of all, rabies virus needs to be transmitted to the body through the wound parts and blood of the human body. At present, even if the saliva of the dog contains rabies virus, as long as the skin of the body part is complete, the virus cannot enter the body through the normal and complete skin, so you don't have to worry too much about taking it with you
Although the rabies virus is carried in the dog's saliva, only after being bitten or scratched by the sick dog, the skin and mucous membrane are damaged or the open wound is directly licked by the dog, there is a 15% probability of infection with rabies virus. From the situation described in the title, it will not be infected with rabies virus.