The Pneumonic Plague Is Spreading: Warnings in 9 Countries

The Pneumonic Plague Is Spreading: Warnings in 9 Countries:

Madagascar isn’t getting this epidemic of the pneumonic plague under control as everyone had hoped. In fact, the opposite seems to be true.

When I wrote about the plague less than two weeks ago, I cited a source that said there were 200 infections and 33 deaths. As of today, those numbers have increased dramatically to more than 1300 infections and 124 deaths.

According to many infectious disease experts, the outbreak has not yet reached its peak. It’s urgent that we stay up-to-date on this epidemic so that we can be prepared if it goes worldwide. (Sign up here to receive a daily update on the topics important to preppers and follow me here for all the most important news links..)

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New ‘Black Death’ FOUND: Deadly virus WORSE than plague and with no CURE breaks out – WHO

New ‘Black Death’ FOUND: Deadly virus WORSE than plague and with no CURE breaks out – WHO:

A DEADLY outbreak of a rare and highly fatal virus has broken out in eastern Uganda and five cases have already been identified, the World Health Organisation (WHO) has confirmed.

The disease, known as Marburg virus disease (MVD), is similar to Ebola and can be lethal in up to 90 per cent of cases.Emergency screening has begun at the Kenya-Uganda border in Turkana after three members of the same family died of the disease in Uganda.

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Madagascar plague outbreak: WHO helps countries prepare for further spread after death toll rises to 124 (1,200 infected)

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BLACK DEATH SPREADS: Deadly outbreak of plague in Madagascar is getting MUCH WORSE and is now being transmitted from person-to-person THROUGH AIR

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Madagascar plague outbreak: WHO helps countries prepare for further spread after death toll rises to 124:

World Health Organisation intervenes to stem outbreak that has infected 1,200

An outbreak of pneumonic plague in Madagascar has infected 1,231 people and caused 124 deaths since the start of August.

Nine countries and territories with trade and travel links to Madagascar, including tourist hotspots like Seychelles, Mauritius and the French territory La Réunion, have been advised to review their protocols for quarantining infected visitors.

The World Health Organisation (WHO), which has been helping countries to prepare, told The Independent  this was normal practise and “not directly linked” to the risk of the disease spreading.

Plague is endemic to parts of Madagascar with around 500 cases reported annually. But the current outbreak has reached densely populated cities and regions where it is not usually present, and are less prepared to handle cases.

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Madagascar Hospitals On High Alert: “No One Is Safe” From The Black Plague

Is it a biological weapon test?

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BLACK DEATH SPREADS: Deadly outbreak of plague in Madagascar is getting MUCH WORSE and is now being transmitted from person-to-person THROUGH AIR

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– Madagascar Hospitals On High Alert: “No One Is Safe” From The Black Plague:

Travelers are being warned to keep their distance from areas of Madagascar affected by the bubonic plague. As the outbreak worsens, some doctors are even warning that “no one is safe” from the disease.

The outbreak of the black plague in Madagascar has so far killed 97 people, and doctors are warning that it will be continuing to spread and worsen, meaning no one is safe. Health officials say the disease, which contributed to the deaths of more than 50 million people in Europe during the Middle Ages, has spread from rural areas to the more urban areas not usually affected. Hundreds of cases are reported on the tropical island every year, but experts are warning the epidemic is “much more dangerous” than in previous years.

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BLACK DEATH SPREADS: Deadly outbreak of plague in Madagascar is getting MUCH WORSE and is now being transmitted from person-to-person THROUGH AIR

BLACK DEATH SPREAD: Deadly outbreak of plague in Madagascar is getting WORSE, aid group warns:

More than 100 have been killed and 1,300 infected with the pneumonic plague since August. The outbreak has led to UK authorities warning Brits off visiting the African wildlife paradise.

WORLD health experts today warned an outbreak of the Black Death in Madagascar will get even worse.

More than 100 have been killed and 1,300 infected with the pneumonic plague since August – leading UK authorities to warn Brits off visiting the African wildlife paradise.

And now health officials are warning things will get even worse before they get better.

Olivier Le Guillou of Action Again Hunger said: “We have not yet reached the peak.”

Health officials say the disease has now become much more contagious because it is now being transmitted from person-to-person through the air as well as from animals to humans through infected flea bites.

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57 Dead, Over 680 Infected As Madagascar Plague Outbreak Escalates

57 Dead, Over 680 Infected As Madagascar Plague Outbreak Escalates:

An outbreak of the plague in Madagascar is spreading at an unprecedented rate.

With the ease of spreading the plague, the likelihood that this disease will move to other more densely populated regions of the planet has become a huge concern for many.

So far, the plague has claimed 57 lives and infected more than 680 others. These figures are from October 12, however, and the disease is spreading rapidly. An estimated 329 of these cases and 25 of the deaths were in the capital city of Antananarivo. Of the 684 cases reported as of October 12, 474 were the pneumonic plague, 156 bubonic and 1 septicemic plague. A further 54 were unspecified, according to the World Health Organization. Of Madagascar’s 114 districts, 35 have reported cases of plague, including at least 10 cities.

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WHO Warns of Dangerous Madagascar Pneumonic Plague Outbreak

WHO Warns of Dangerous Madagascar Pneumonic Plague Outbreak:

The World Health Organization (WHO) sent over a million doses of antibiotics to the African island nation of Madagascar after it was hit by an outbreak of pneumonic plague, the most virulent form of the deadly disease.

The plague outbreak in Madagascar island has resulted in some 200 confirmed infections and more than 30 deaths since August. Although the disease is endemic to the Indian Ocean island nation, with hundreds of cases reported annually, it normally hits in the form of Bubonic plague, transmitted when people are bitten by infected fleas carried by rats. Those outbreaks generally occur in remote rural areas of the island.

H/t reader squodgy:

“All these little incidents seem to be co-ordinated experiments.
Without being alarmist, the similarity with the way we were introduced to Bird Flu, Zika and Ebola in recent years, plus the mutating of the viruses by design to make them totally lethal, is indicative of the real probability of concerted deep state de-population programmes in the not too distant future.”

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