Weld County has reported its first case of tularemia.
Another human case of tularemia, or rabbit fever, has surfaced in Colorado.
An infant from Longmont is recovering at home after being released from the hospital where he was treated for what’s known at “rabbit fever.”
A third person in Colorado has been infected with “rabbit fever,” health officials say.
Health officials in Jefferson County are warning the public to stay away from sick or dead rabbits because they may have “rabbit fever,” a disease that can infect humans.
A rabbit has tested positive for tularemia in southeast Fort Collins.