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World Zoonoses Day 2021 Theme, Quotes, Poster, Images, and Drawing to spread awareness

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World Zoonoses Day is celebrated every year on 6 July. Zoonoses are that disease those spread from animals to humans. This disease is considered extremely deadly and dangerous. On 6 July 1985, the great scientist Louis Pasteur made the first rabies vaccine on this day. That is why this day is celebrated every year on this date. Viruses, bacteria, parasites, fungi, and mosquitoes are zoonotic diseases and some examples of zoonotic diseases are Ebola, swine flu, encephalitis, covid 19, etc. Unlike zoonoses. Kovid 19 is the most dangerous and deadly disease, which has created an outcry in the whole world, the whole world is caught in the crisis of this virus. The day is celebrated about these diseases

On World Zoonoses Day, already aware people congratulate each other by sending Theme, Quotes, Poster, Images, and Drawing, and if you also want to aware your friends or Relatives, then here you are at the right place, here we have brought “World Zoonoses Day 2021 Theme, Quotes, Poster, Images, and Drawing to spread awareness” for you. These themes, Quotes, Poster, Images, and Drawing you can send to your friends and relatives to aware Them.

World Zoonoses Day 2021 Theme

Let’s Break the Chain of Zoonotic Transmission” is the theme of World Zoonoses Day 2021

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The world Zoonoses day focuses on a lot of important things including emphasizing on the importance and necessity of veterinary doctors in our lives.

World Zoonoses day celebrates  Louis Pasteur’s achievement which was the first invention of the vaccine against rabies.

We can understand the concept of the term Zoonoses if we break the word into zoon and noses which means animal and ailments respectively.

Let us wish everyone a happy world Zoonoses day and pray everyone gets informed about zoonotic diseases.

July 6- World Zoonoses Day - World report - Our Actions - Tunza Eco Generation

Washing hands with clean water and soap and following other hand hygienes can help you avoid zoonotic diseases.

You can wear clothes that prevent bites and stings from fleas, mosquitoes, and ticks to prevent a zoonotic disease.

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