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Russia cracks down on marmot hunting after bubonic plague alert

WorldNews Tuesday, 7 July 2020
Russia cracks down on marmot hunting after bubonic plague alertMOSCOW: Russia said on Monday it had stepped up patrols to stop people hunting marmots near its border with China and after the countries reported possible cases of bubonic plague, which can be carried by the animals. Authorities in Bayan Nur, a city in the Chinese...
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News video: Bubonic plague: China reports suspected case of 'black death' plague, sounds alert | Oneindia News

Bubonic plague: China reports suspected case of 'black death' plague, sounds alert | Oneindia News 02:27

while the Covid-19 horror still haunts China, it stares at another potential danger. A city in northern China on Sunday sounded an alert after a suspected case of bubonic plague was reported, according to official media. Bayannur, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, announced a level III warning of...

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Bayannur Bayannur Prefecture-level city in Inner Mongolia, People's Republic of China

Bubonic Plague Case in Inner Mongolia Confirmed by China Officials [Video]

Bubonic Plague Case in Inner Mongolia Confirmed by China Officials

China officials reported that the herdsman was stable and receiving treatment for infection in a Bayannur hospital.

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