Chinese authorities has discovered another deadly disease in the Inner Mongolia region. Authorities sealed up a village after it was discovered that a resident of that area died from bubonic plague, a centuries-old disease responsible for the most deadly pandemic in human history.
The death was reported to health authorities in Baotou city on Sunday and the victim was confirmed to be a bubonic plague patient on Thursday, the Baotou Municipal Health Commission said in a statement on its website. Wgntv.com reported
Aren’t there like ~100 deaths from bubonic plague yearly, I know you news orgs need money but please stop baiting for clicks it’s hurting weak minded people’s psyche https://t.co/IT5mNmuG5o
— Lengthston Hues (@BlckGhstGvming) August 8, 2020
😃 Do you know that in China, an entire country was quarantined after a man died of a bubonic plague? However, it seems that the other inhabitants have not found the infection. They’ve been tested.
— Ivan Gagliolo (@IvanGagliolo) August 8, 2020
Please don’t allow bubonic plague come here this is the last thing we need! Our own leadership can’t even put their heads together to get vaccine for Coronavirus! 🌎☮️❤️ https://t.co/gu8pHAK3v0
— Sean Farley (@SeanFar79595665) August 8, 2020
Here we go again. A second person has died of bubonic plague in the northern Chinese city of Shibao. An epidemic warning has been issued, and the neighborhood has been put on lockdown. pic.twitter.com/EhiRzHhG1v
— Mike Sington (@MikeSington) August 8, 2020
Ridiculous, orchestrated by whom? Bubonic plague is prevalent in rodents in AZ, NM, and CO. It’s not abnormal for a few people now and then to get it. It’s treatable now as well.
— Ale Alejandro (@absmith92835) August 8, 2020
Contactless wine service during the bubonic plague in the 14th century! Wine windows… well they’re back. Come hang out with Erin @moresaltandlard and me on Sunday at Niche Niche! @ New York City, N.Y. https://t.co/tg9mdIA6No
— Maha Kimberly Akhtar (@Kimakhtar) August 8, 2020