Suspected case of bubonic plague reported in Inner Mongolia, China

Suspected case of bubonic plague reported in Inner Mongolia, China

Chinese authorities have issued a warning after a suspected case of bubonic plague otherwise known as Yersinia Pestis was reported on Saturday at a hospital in Bayannur, Inner Mongolia. The health authority advised that ’there is a risk of a human plague epidemic spreading in this city’. Fears grow over a potential pandemic as WHO report a mortality rate for the bubonic plague between 8% and 10%.

Timothy
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"The outbreak has so far been “well managed,” a WHO spokesperson told journalists on Tuesday." Ummm.... Is that not what they said about COVID-19, too? I mean, the WHO did say China had dealt with the COVID situation quite well. A fat lot of good that did to the world.

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