Following the report of a bite or non-bite contact to a human, the local health officer shall conduct a risk assessment that includes a determination of:
A. The species of animal that made the contact;
B. Whether the animal is apparently healthy;
C. Whether the animal is adequately vaccinated appropriate to its age;
D. The type of contact;
E. Whether the bite or non-bite contact was provoked and what human activity may have provoked the bite or non-bite; and
F. The reasonable likelihood that the contact animal may have rabies or may have been exposed to rabies within the past 6 months, including information about unsupervised out-of-doors escape episodes, injuries, and other potential contacts of the animal to wild animals or bats.