Starting next week if you live in West Virginia you may start to see a few things falling from the sky.
No need to panic if you see them, they are rabies vaccines.
According to leaders at Dynamic Aviation, it's a way to vaccinate the spread of Raccoon rabies in the nation.
By using airplanes, public health officials and the U.S. Department of Agriculture are vaccinating a wider area faster.
According to the Associated Press, 34 cases of Raccoon rabies were reported this year in 15 counties across West Virginia.
"And what these are, the inside of these contains the Rabies vaccine that then vaccinates animals in the wild from contracting rabies if they bite into one of these vaccines," said Caleb Stitely, who is the Account Manager with Dynamic Aviation.
Please be advised that if you do find one of the baits, do not touch it without putting on a pair of gloves.
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