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Bubonic plague outbreak 28 people quarantined in China after hunter diagnosed Asia news

     

Twenty-eight people are in quarantine in China’s northern Inner Mongolia province after a hunter was diagnosed with bubonic plague, the local health commission said.
According to state-run news agency Xinhua, the unidentified patient was believed to have become infected with the plague on Saturday after catching and eating a wild rabbit in Inner Mongolia’s Huade county.
Bubonic plague is the more common version of the disease and is rarely transmitted between humans.
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