Bubonic Plague Returns In China. 2 Brothers Ate Meat Confirmed w/ The Disease On 'Sunday'. COVID-19
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China: Brothers Who Ate Rodent Meat Diagnosed with Bubonic Plague. Health authorities in Inner Mongolia, China, diagnosed two cases of the bubonic plague, the medieval disease sometimes known as “the black death,” state media confirmed on Sunday.
According to local health officials, the confirmed cases are of a 27-year-old man and his 17-year-old brother, currently being treated at two separate hospitals. The pair are said to have contracted the illness after consuming rodent meat.
On Sunday, the city of Bayannur announced a level three warning of plague prevention and control, now in place through the end of 2020. Local authorities are urging people to take extra precautions to reduce the risk of human-to-human transmission as well as to refrain from hunting or eating rodents liable to cause infection.
“At present, there is a risk of a human plague epidemic spreading in this city,” the local authority said. “The public should improve its self-protection awareness and ability, and report abnormal health conditions promptly.”
As noted by the Center for Disease Control (CDC), the bubonic plague is an infectious disease that “affects rodents, certain other animals, and humans.” They describe its symptoms in further detail:
Patients develop sudden onset of fever, headache, chills, and weakness and one or more swollen, tender and painful lymph nodes (called buboes). This form is usually the result of an infected flea bite. The bacteria multiply in the lymph node closest to where the bacteria entered the human body. If the patient is not treated with appropriate antibiotics, the bacteria can spread to other parts of the body.
Farmer becomes the FOURTH person in China to be diagnosed with plague this month as officials confirm they have the 'Black Death'
The specifics of how the person contracted the plague have not been revealed
Three other people 250 miles (400km) away have been diagnosed this month
Two have the bubonic plague while two have the more lethal pneumonic strain
A farmer has become the fourth person to be diagnosed with the plague in Northern China this month.
The unidentified person and four family members have been quarantined, the Ulanqab government in the country's Inner Mongolia region said on Wednesday.
They have not revealed how the victim caught bubonic plague, otherwise known as the 'Black Death', but the illness is generally spread from fleas carried by rats.
The meat we eat is a pandemic risk, too
“If you actually want to create global pandemics, then build factory farms.”
Some experts have hypothesized that the novel coronavirus made the jump from animals to humans in China’s wet markets, just like SARS before it. Unsurprisingly, many people are furious that the markets, which were closed in the immediate wake of the outbreak in China, have already reopened. It’s easy to point the finger at these “foreign” places and blame them for generating pandemics. But doing that ignores one crucial fact: The way people eat all around the world — including in the US — is a major risk factor for pandemics, too.
That’s because we eat a ton of meat, and the vast majority of it comes from factory farms. In these huge industrialized facilities that supply more than 90 percent of meat globally — and around 99 percent of America’s meat — animals are tightly packed together and live under harsh and unsanitary conditions.
“When we overcrowd animals by the thousands, in cramped football-field-size sheds, to lie beak to beak or snout to snout, and there’s stress crippling their immune systems, and there’s ammonia from the decomposing waste burning their lungs, and there’s a lack of fresh air and sunlight — put all these factors together and you have a perfect-storm environment for the emergence and spread of disease,“ said Michael Greger, the author of Bird Flu: A Virus of Our Own Hatching.
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