Yes, from a person
A person can catch rabies
from an infected person if the infected person's saliva
gets into the non-infected person's eyes, nose, mouth, or skin wounds
A person can also get rabies if he is bitten by an infected person. If a rabies-exposed person is already getting his rabies vaccines, he is considered "safe" and not contagious, but family members should verify that with the bite victim's doctor.