A stir on the Russian border! Discovered a disease that destroyed half of Europe

Переполох на российской границе! Обнаружена болезнь, уничтожившая пол-Европы

On the border with Russia has recorded the case of a threat the epidemic

Two people died from the bubonic plague in the province of Bayan-ölgii in Mongolia.

This writes the Agency “Anatolia”:

“To date, in the province of Bayan-ölgii have a quarantine and a number of measures to eliminate and prevent the spread of infections,” — said in the report.

The bubonic plague caused by infection by the bacterium carried a parasite on the marmots or rats with fleas that can spread from person to person, according to local veterinarians.

Deadly epidemic once killed a quarter of the inhabitants of the Earth. It is known that in the 14th century, destroyed half of Europe the Bubonic plague, was transmitted by air. Today, scientists believe that people infected each other.

Thus, in medieval England, the plague came from Central Asia in autumn 1348. By the spring of next year, the epidemic decimated 60% of the population. Scientists have made the design for the present, according to the latest data, in our days, it would mean that the disease would destroy 5 million people. A vivid example is the analysis of the skeletons found under Charterhouse square in London. He suggests that all of the victims at the time of infection was very strong.

Scientists agree:

“Any disease spreading with such speed, had to get into the lungs of the victims and to spread further when they coughed and sneezed. So technically it is more correct to speak about the epidemic of pneumonia and not bubonic plague. The infection spread of the people themselves, not the fleas that lived on rats” — referred to in modern studies.

Recall of the dangerous virus decimated the country: “from the beginning of the year 800 deaths”

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