Do antibiotics destroy yersinia?

For severe infection. For severe disease, antibiotics are indicated for yersinia disease (and they help) most of the time, the disease is mild and gets better on its own without the need for antibiotics.

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How do antibiotics destroy yersinia?

Internally. The antibiotics used to treat yersinia in general act to turn off internal molecular machinery of the bacteria such as the proteins used to replicate dna and the protein manufacturing itself.