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China warns of Black Death Pandemic after case found in Mongolia

7 Jul 2020

National Chinese officials have declared that the "Black Death" risk would be raised to 3 after the lymph node disease was detected. In northern China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Zone The international news agency reported today (7 July 2020) that the Payian Nakorn Health Committee Inner Mongolia, Northern China Report of 1 suspected cases of bubonic plague in the Ula Thoeng District Public Hospital Later, the local authorities of the Payian Province announced an alert for the prevention and control of bubonic plague level 3 that will be effective until the end of 2020.

The patient is currently under quarantine and is being treated in a local hospital most recently. The committee also advised the public to improve their self-defence as Payianauur is at risk of human infection. As well as requesting cooperation to stop hunting and eating animals that may carry the plague, as well as calling on the public to report to the official If found in the case of a marmot or other animals Sick or die Patients suspected of plague High-fever patients for unknown reasons.

And suddenly dying patients

This is a viral outbreak of the bubonic plague. It travelled rapidly and wreaked havoc in Africa, Asia and Europe throughout the 14th century, contributing to more than 50 million deaths until the London epidemic of 1665 and more than 12 million people were affected by the pandemic throughout China, and India throughout the 19th century. Born in Madagascar 2017 saw more than 300 patients.

The Plague Symptoms. Patients may have elevated fever, chills, diarrhoea, fatigue and swollen arms, armpits or groin lymph nodes. Antibiotics may be used to treat the Black Death.