China closes tourist spots in Inner Mongolia after bubonic plague case

China closes tourist spots in Inner Mongolia after bubonic plague case

China in the region of Inner Mongolia have closed several tourist spots after a case of bubonic plague was confirmed in Bayannur. The city has been placed under a Level 3 warning for plague prevention, the second lowest in a four-level system. Doctors officially diagnosed the case as bubonic plague on Tuesday. The patient is being isolated and treated in hospital, and is in stable condition.

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This is the second case I think. I read something about this days ago. The Black Death has still been around, even in the US, with possibly at least a dozen or couple of dozen cases per year. Antibiotics can take care of this.

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