If a bat makes its way into your bedroom/house it is usually because it has become confused and drawn to your internal lights. A good tip is to open all the windows and turn out any lights (or any source of light). The bat will exit via the nearest window.
The UK has been rabies-free since the beginning of the 20th century, except for a rabies-like virus in a small number of wild bats.
The risk of human infection from bats is thought to be low. People who regularly handle bats are most at risk.
There's only been 1 recorded case of someone catching rabies from a bat in the UK.
It's also rare for infected bats to spread rabies to other animals.
But if you find a dead or injured bat, do not touch it. Wear thick gloves if you need to move it.
If you find a dead or injured bat, you should report it and get advice by calling:
If you have been bitten by a bat in the UK, go to a GP surgery, your nearest urgent care centre or your nearest hospital to get help and start post-exposure treatment.
GOV.UK: Rabies risks from bat bites.