(Modern Survival.org) – Everyone loves a good comeback story, this one, however — not so much. While modern medicine can quickly halt the spread of many diseases, many terrors of the past are still present today.
China, already widely blamed for the coronavirus pandemic, recently found a new flu virus originating from pigs that may have pandemic potential. As if those weren’t bad enough, now authorities in the Chinese region of Inner Mongolia are on high-alert — as a suspected case of the Bubonic Plague has been identified.
Northwest of Beijing, in the city of Bayannur, a hospital alerted local authorities of the patient’s case on Saturday. On Sunday, authorities issued a Level 3 warning, the second-lowest in the 4-Level plague prevention system.
What is going on in #China?! The plague was the cause of the Black Death that swept through Asia, Europe, and Africa in the 14th century and killed an estimated 50 million people….. https://t.co/UvkT7xrG1T
— JJ – 🏴 (@MsWelshgurl) July 6, 2020
In recent years the black plague seems to be making a comeback. Anywhere from 1,000 to 2,000 people are getting the plague annually, causing the World Health Organization (WHO) to categorize it as a re-emerging disease. Modern medicine can quickly dissolve the disease if administered quickly. However, it has not been able to eliminate the plague entirely.
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