Non-human animals with late-stage rabies are often aggressive and will attack larger animals, including humans. Biting is a common mode of transmission, and such biting/aggression is said to be selected for as a property of rabies - specifically because it facilitates transmission.
Do rabid humans become similarly aggressive? And if so, do they resort to biting, or do their cognitive faculties drive them to use other means of carrying out aggression? Raccoons and cats and dogs will bite because, well, that’s what any raccoon/cat/dog does when they’re angry, whether they’re rabid or not. But angry people tend to punch, shoot, stab, bludgeon, and/or choke their victims rather than bite them. So how do rabid humans carry out their aggression?