Black plague develops after 1-7 days of incubation, while symptoms may include fever, dizziness, and vomiting. It is highly contagious and has a high mortality rate.
“Beijing authorities have been monitoring the epidemic of rats for years, and no cases of pests have been found,” said the Health Commission.
Alles Europa news reports that an outbreak of black plague in China has threatened medical authorities.
According to official reports on the 12th, two patients who were transferred to a hospital in Chaoyang-gu, Beijing, China recently received confirmation of the Black Death.
They are known to be from the Neigong Autonomous Region.
The medical authorities say they are in the process of treating two patients and have completed preventive and control measures to prevent transmission.
Alles Europa news reports that this on going Plague in China as an acute febrile infectious disease caused by plague bacteria and transmitted to humans by fleas parasitic to host animals.
Occasionally, a person may be infected by someone who coughs or sneezes out of a germ, secretion, or excrement.
The Black Death is an acute pandemic that has ravaged Europe for 300 years since the middle of the 14th century. It is called ‘black death’ because the flesh decays after infection.
The development of treatment in the late 19th century seemed to disappear into history, but a total of 256 cases were reported in Madagascar in 2012, of which 60 died. In 2017, 24 people lost their lives in Madagascar.
Although plague is still sparse, experts say it is not possible to rule out the possibility of transmission, as it is still present in Asia, Africa and the Americas.