Bubonic Plague 2020: Doc Willie Ong Talks Important Details About This

Doc Willie Ong talks about Bubonic Plague 2020 that killed millions before.

BUBONIC PLAGUE 2020 – Health expert Doc Willie Ong discusses Bubonic Plague that resurfaced this year amid the pandemic COVID-19.

Amid the world’s battle versus the pandemic Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-10), Black Death emerged again with the case first recorded this year in Chinese region of Inner Mongolia. Black Death is also known as the Bubonic Plague as it had killed million and considered as the one of the deadliest diseases in human history.

According to Doc Willie Ong, unlike COVID-19 which is caused by a virus, Black death is a lethal infectious disease which is caused by a bacteria called Yersinia pestis. This type of bacteria is found in rodents, other small mammals, and their fleas. The COVID has no treatment available yet but Bubonic plague can now be treated with antibiotics.

The name of the disease was coined from the symptoms it causes which is painful and swollen lymph nodes or ‘buboes’ found in the groin or armpit.

Accordingly, after being infected, it takes 1-7 days for the person to feel ill and experience flu-like symptoms. People can catch it from bites of infected fleas, touching the infected animals such as rats and mice, and inhaling the droplets from the infected person or animals.

It has three types as per post:

  • Bubonic Plague
    • Symptoms include: sudden onset of fever and chills, headache, fatigue or malaise, muscle aches
  • Septicemic Plague (the bacteria multiply in the blood stream)
    • Symptoms include: fever and chills, extreme weakness,abdominal pain, diarrhea, vomiting, bleeding in mouth, nose, rectum, or under skin, shock, and blackening and death of tissue or gangrene in fingers, toes, and nose
  • Pneumonic Plague
    • Symptoms include: cough with bloody mucus, difficulty in breathing, nausea and vomiting, high fever, headache, weakness, and chest pain

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