I've never heard of people getting rabies by drinking milk, so I ran a quick search online. I found credible information on the CDC's website. To summarize, nobody really knows if one can get rabies from drinking unpasteurized milk. It is theoretically possible. One thing is clear, though: If the milk is pasteurized or boiled, the risk is eliminated.
Another thing I learned is that rabies shots in the U.S. are extremely expensive: They range from $2,500 to $4,000 for a single person. If I got my math right, then to vaccinate 150 people would cost up to $600,000.
Update (20/3/2012): On Saturday, 17/3/2012, the Kuensel published another story on the topic. According to the update, 435 people received the anti-rabies vaccine. Also, people were informed that they do not need to take the vaccine if they did not consume raw milk. Does the fact that so many people still received the vaccine implies that people consume raw milk?