Bubonic Plague Oregon - History, Symptoms, Causes

Bubonic plague is a highly contagious bacterial infection characterized by swollen and painful lymph nodes, caused by Yersinia pestis and primarily transmitted through the bite of infected fleas.

What is Bubonic Plague

Bubonic plague is primarily spread through the bite of infected fleas, direct contact with bodily fluids, issues from infected animals, etc.

How Bubonic Plague Spread

Fever, Headache, Weakness, Painful, swollen lymph nodes (buboes), typically in the groin, armpit, or neck areas.

Symptoms of Bubonic Plague

Bubonic plague resurfaced in Oregon with the first case since 2005, likely contracted from a sick pet cat.

The Black Death pandemic of the 14th century wiped out up to half of Europe's population and had lasting genetic, social, economic, and cultural impacts.

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