A local farmer from Bayan Nur in the autonomous region of Inner Mongolia are put in quarantine, after he has been infected with the bubonic plague, also known as 'The black death'.
It writes the BBC.
Although the plague struck around 50 million to death in the years 1346 to 1353, the today easily curable. According to official authorities is the man's condition is stable, and it is not known how he got infected.
the Authorities in the region is also investigating a second possible case of infection with the bubonic plague, reports China's Global Times.
the Media also writes that the city's health authorities warn that there is a risk that the plague can be contagious among people. Therefore, they have issued a series of guidelines for the city's citizens, which aims to prevent the risk.
Citizens for example don't hunt illegally, as well as eat, or transport of animals and any products from animals - as, for example, milk - out of the area.
They have also been instructed to report, if they find sick or dead animals, and if they see people who show signs of fever, or who die suddenly.
the Guidelines were introduced on Sunday and will remain in force until the end of the year.