in the city of Bayannur, close to the border with Pakistan, has been infected with bubonic plague and quarantined. There is currently no way of knowing how this man might have been infected.
this is a case of the disease is suspected in the area. It's about a teenager who was supposed to have been in contact with a marmot, who were chased by a dog, according to the BBC.
The local authorities have now taken a number of precautions, among other things, a ban on hunting or eating other animals that can carry the bubonic plague and to the residents to report any suspicious cases.it is Unlikely, with the new plague
the Bubonic plague is caused by a bacterial infection, and that caused the black death in the 1300's, is one of the world's most deadly epidemics, which took the lives of approximately 50 million people in Africa, Asia, and Europe. It is usually spread from animals to humans through fleas, without treatment, is a mortality rate of up to 60 per cent.
However, it is unlikely that the böldpesten, could be the result of a new epidemic, as it can be cured easily with antibiotics.
in contrast, from the beginning of the 1300's, we now have a better understanding of how the disease is spread and we know how to reverse it, " said infektionsläkaren Shanti Kappagoda, at Stanford university, according to the BBC.
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