Many viruses can sit dormant within an infected cell almost indefinitely until conditions are right to start multiplying.
Quoting from rabies wiki.
The period between infection and the first flu-like symptoms is typically 2 to 12 weeks, but incubation periods as short as four days and longer than six years have been documented, depending on the location and severity of the inoculating wound and the amount of virus introduced.
Six f*cking years? How is that supposed to be?
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