Plagues back on the prairie

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jontte

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and very soon those animals eating prairie dogs find their food supply empty and will search for new pastures...they will carry the fleas where people are,farms ,small towns,big towns and there is a chance of ; so it begins....
 

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I read that.
Now I see a 16 year old girl contracted Plague in Oregon.
 

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The plague never really went away, it just became easily treated with antibiotics. As long as it's caught early enough and treated, no problem. However, if there's no access to modern treatment, what was the survival rate in Europe, 50%?
 

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there are two death rates,some say it was between 50-70%,some that is was between 30-50%..so it killed alot.
 
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