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Does The Bubonic Plague Still Exist
Thankfully, not sure: Best description I ever read was http://tinyurl.Com/4gvjk nobody I know has ever seen a "the plague" and historians argue whether we really know what caused the 14th century epidemic. We are taught it was caused by the bacteria Yersinia pestis. There is no proof, but good circumstantial evidence. Some argue modern Yersinia disease is different, but it probably evolved/mutated over 700+ years. ...Read moreGet help now ›
Bubonic plague: Is extremely uncommon today in 2012 there were a few cases reported in col and oregon, and in 2013 a squirrel tested + in a forest near la, u have a much greater chance of catching 100, 000 other things before that. ...Read moreGet help now ›
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It depends..: Some people survived. Most people developed symptoms within two-three days of exposure. Depending on the type of plague ( bubonic, septicemic or pneumonic)., they could be gone in 24 hours. Fortunately, it is uncommon in the U.S. and is treatable. ...Read moreGet help now ›
Several: In a limited way, the SARS outbreak was psychologically similar to the black plague of long ago. AIDS fits the mold best, however. Both imparted the terror that such an outbreak needs to compare with plague. ...Read moreGet help now ›
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Ebola - Plague: The Plague was spread by a bacterium called Yersinia pestis. Ebola is spread by a virus. Although there are differences in symptoms - they both can be quite lethal. Thank goodness that Ebola doesn't have airborne spread as the Plague did. ...Read moreGet help now ›
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