China seals off village after Bubonic plague death: Is 'Black Death' back? All you need to know

Credit: DNA- Published on August 8, 2020
Authorities in North China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region sealed off a village after a resident died of Bubonic plague, a centuries-old disease that caused a major outbreak in 2009. It is the second death due to the plague this week. The victim from Bayannur city died of multiple organ failure and was diagnosed as infected...
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A Chinese village in Inner Mongolia was locked down after a resident died from Bubonic plague, a disease known as Black Death, according to CNN.
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