In 1940 a Japanese Scientist tested bubonic plague through military aerosol spring , it killed 1200 people in the test.
Stalin in 1942 also tested the bubonic plague through military aerosol spring on his people within his captured territories. The chemical made its way into the water supply. Soon rats became infected, then people. In the course of the study, in early 1941 to 1943, with in 16 months over 30 million Jews and Christians died.
Germany started burning infected homes, and many dead infected people.
Do you believe in Kama? This is the pride and joy of the US, British and Stalin Compact with China.
Once effective treatment or prevention exists for a disease, the hope is that the disease will fade from public health. But illnesses don’t always go away and can lurk in the shadows only to later re-emerge. Some of these diseases reappear because people fail to get vaccinated while others evolve to become more virulent and resistant to current treatments.
Fleas tested positive for the the bubonic plague in two counties in Arizona, with public health officials warning the infectious disease that claimed millions in the Middle Ages may exist in other nearby locations, too.
The plague's presence in Arizona follows three confirmed human cases in New Mexico earlier this year.
Parts of a Colorado wildlife refuge remained closed Sunday after plague-infected prairie dogs were discovered there in late July. Wildlife and nature areas near Denver have also been shut down as officials continue efforts to stem the spread of the disease.
Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge, a 15,000-acre nature area northeast of Denver, was able to partially reopen Sunday. The refuge is home to many species, like bison and bald eagles, and is where the plague concerns developed.
Plague-infected fleas were biting black-tailed prairie dogs, and officials began closing affected areas “as a precautionary measure to prioritize visitor health and safety, while also allowing staff to protect wildlife health,” according to a statement from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
A cat in Wyoming with plague is the third feline in the state in six months to contract the disease, according to health officials.
A Johnson County cat, known to wander outside near its home in Kaycee, was infected with bubonic plague, according to lab results from the University of Wyoming. The other two infected cats were in Sheridan and Campbell counties.
The cat recovered, according to a spokeswoman for the Wyoming Department of Health.
2019 how many states reported bubonic plague
A sick dog in Colorado caused alarm at a veterinary hospital when doctors realized the animal was infected with a rare and deadly illness: the plague. What's more, the dog had contact with more than 100 people before its illness was discovered, potentially exposing them to the serious infection, according to a new report about the case.
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