Yeah so, the BUBONIC PLAGUE has reached the United States

The bubonic plague has reached the United States, with China recently having a case, which was once known as the Black Death.

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Published Fri, Jul 17 2020 2:32 AM CDT   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 11:42 AM CST

If 2020 couldn't get any worse, the bubonic plague has reached the United States -- something that is otherwise known as black death.

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It first started out in China, which unfortunately should come as no surprise, with the bubonic plague infecting people in the Inner Mongolia province. A teenager was infected with the disease, and later died. After that, a squirrel tested positive for the bubonic plague in the United States -- meaning the bubonic plague has reached the shores of the US.

China confirmed that the country had indeed had a case of the bubonic plague in the city of Bayannur, in Inner Mongolia. After he was infected with the disease, a 15-year-old boy died reports CBS News. The teenager contracted the disease from an infected marmot, according to local news agencies and health officials.

Stateside we had a squirrel test positive for the bubonic plague on July 11, the first case in the US so far in 2020.

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