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    Bubonic Plague Hits China Mainland.

    A case of bubonic plague was reported in China’s inner magnolia.

    A city in China has reported a suspected case of the Bubonic plague, this coming after a similar report in another region earlier this year. Black Death continues to be a problem for people of this region who enjoy a certain animal.

    At least six cases of some form of bubonic plague have come out of the Magnolia region of China. The majority of the people who contracted the disease had come in contact with a Tarbagan Marmot. The marmot is a delicacy in the region, but authorities are warning people to be very cautious.

    “At present, there is a risk of a human plague epidemic spreading in this city. The public should improve its self-protection awareness and ability, and report abnormal health conditions promptly”

    Additionally, residents are being urged to report findings of “dead or sick marmots”. The marmots are the reason for the 1911 epidemic that killed over 60,000 people.

    The city of Bayannur is responding quickly and may halt the spread of the disease. Another pandemic in China is the last thing the country wants to deal with. The handling of the COVID-19 virus and the reports and timing is still under question in regard to China. However, the country does seem to wipe out viruses faster than some countries with reality TV stars for presidents.

    The bubonic plague in China is just another anecdote of the year that has been 2020. Countries are still battling coronavirus, and people are clamoring for some form of normalcy. Even though modern medicine can help prevent another middle-aged scale pandemic. The threat of bubonic plague is still real, as is the threat from black lantern flies, global warming, and everything else going wrong in this world.

    What do you guys think of the Bubonic plague hitting China in 2020? Would that be the final sign for the end of days?


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