Deadly Disease Called Bubonic Plague Found in a Herder in Inner Mongolia, China.
A deadlier virus has just erupted in the inner Mongolia province of China. This one killed over 25 million people in the middle ages. It lingered for Centuries before it suddenly disappeared.
It's back, it was diagnosed and confirmed in the Almighty country "China"
What is bubonic plague?
Bubonic plague, caused by bacterial infection, was responsible for one of the deadliest epidemics in human history - the Black Death - which killed about 50 million people across Africa, Asia and Europe in the 14th Century.
There have been a handful of large outbreaks since. It killed about a fifth of London's population during the Great Plague of 1665, while more than 12 million died in outbreaks during the 19th Century in China and India.
Monday 6th of July 2020