The Beubonic Plague By: Nathan Maggard md

It is a Bacterial Disease caused by the Bacteria Yersinia Pestis
Symptoms include fever, headache, nausea, extreme thirst, hallucinations, enlarged lymph nodes, gangrene, joint pain, death. It is an acute systemic infection beginning in the lymph system.
Large doses of extremely strong antibiotics are the only hope for a person with bubonic plague

Mortality rate in America from 1900-1941 was 66% modern mortality is around 8%-10%

An average of seven people in America get the plague every year and 1,000-2,000 people worldwide

Sources: CDC.gov

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