Bubonic plague kills another man in mangolia

poornima lagadapati

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A man died from bubonic plague in western Mongolia on Tuesday after coming into contact with dead marmots, according to local health officials. The 42-year-old from Khovd Province reportedly purchased two of the large rodents before contracting the disease, a spokesperson for the country's health ministry said.

Himanshi Agarwal

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The bubonic plague was the cause of what is popularly known as The Black Death. The plague that caused the Black Death originated in China in the early to mid-1300s and spread along trade routes westward to the Mediterranean and northern Africa. It reached southern England in 1348 and northern Britain and Scandinavia by 1350.