Bubonic plague: Bubonic plague spread in Banyanur city of China, bubonic plague after Corona, alert issued
Hello friends, I could not even get rid of the coronavirus outbreak in the world, which has been stirred by the outbreak of bubonic plague in Baynur city of northern China. The high alert continues on Sunday after 2 suspected cases of bubonic plague were revealed. A Level 3 level alert has been issued to protect against bubonic plague in the city of Binnur, located in the Mongolia Autonomous Region.
The first case of bubonic plague came to a hospital in Binnur:
A suspected case of bubonic plague surfaced in a hospital in Binnur on Saturday, according to the news of China’s state media People’s Daily Online. The local health authority has announced that this level of warning may continue until the end of 2020.
The person infected with the plague is excluded. Let me tell you that bubonic plague is caused by a bacterial infection and it can be fatal. The good news is that antibiotics are available for this.
Eating animals was forbidden:
It is not yet clear how these people have been infected with the plate. Although people have been asked to be vigilant. They have also been told to report any sick or dead marmot immediately. Also, any plague spreading animals was prohibited from eating. Because they can be prone to flag. Along with this, people have also been asked to inform them immediately about the symptoms of the plague.
What are the symptoms of bubonic plague:
Let me tell you that in the last several months, two people died due to bubonic plague in Mongolia. It was being told that these people had eaten raw meat. Bubonic plague infections occur frequently throughout the world. In 2017, there were over 300 cases of bubonic plague in Madagascar.
Let us tell you that this virus is spread in humans through rats and squirrels. A person has a sudden fever when bubonic plague occurs. Headache, cold starts. There is a lot of weakness. Swelling occurs in one or several places in the body. There is a pain in lymph nodes.
Earlier on 1 July, the government news agency Xinhua said that there were two suspected cases of bubonic plague in the Khod province of West Mongolia. It was examined in his laboratory lab.