Deadly plague outbreak spreading in Madagascar

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    OH!!! you know Aramaic?------you read the Babylonian Talmud? Interesting factoid------it is a kinda fact of history that jewish communities were less hard hit by plague than were Christian communities in medieval times-----some genius figured out that there is a REASON------every year before Passover------jews CLEAR out of home and stable and storehouse------ALL GRAIN--------and start all over again ----starting with unleaven "bread" --to wit matzoh-----rats live MAINLY ON GRAIN------so they leave da jooos and take up residence in the barns of DA GOYIM--------it's a well known ZIONIST PLOT
     
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    Guess we better build a wall and keep those fleas contained. They might hop a plane with someone who just left Madagascar. Or wait maybe one might be in someones clothes lol

    Plague is caused by the bacteria Yersinia pestis, a zoonotic bacteria, usually found in small mammals and their fleas. It can kill quickly if left untreated, but common antibiotics can effectively cure it if they are delivered early.
     
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    yes----very early------watch for the RING AROUND THE ROSIE
     
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    Around 5 pm yesterday [Mon 11 Sep 2017], a 40 year old woman suspected to have died from pneumonic plague, according to a source within the (BMH), was buried at the cemetery of Anjanahary. She died at the Respiratory Diseases Service of the hospital in Antananarivo-city, after being admitted on [ Sun 10 Sep 2017], according to concordant sources. The victim had contracted the disease during a holiday in the east of the Big Island. "She was staying with her family in Toamasina, when 4 of the family, including the husband and wife, died suddenly. It was suspected plague," reported a relative. The eastern part of the island is, however, not a plague area. It is feared that those deaths are connected to that of a person who came from Moramanga and was traveling in Toamasina. Sources reveal that the latter would have joined Toamasina by bush taxi, starting from Moramanga, following a suspected pneumonic plague outbreak. It is believed that a young man sitting next to him in the public transport was then infected, and also died. Asked about these facts, the responsible service of the fight against the plague in the Ministry of Public Health at the hospital, preferred to remain silent. The same happened with the director of health surveillance and epidemiological surveillance of the Ministry, who is currently on a mission to Toamasina Another source in the ministry who would urge everyone to take precautions against these suspected cases of plague, revealed the existence of 5 suspicious deaths and 10 patients since the beginningof the plague season. They were listed in Toamasina, Moramanga and Miarinarivo excluding that recorded in Antananarivo. She also stressed that members of the family of the deceased in Toamasina would have already returned home to Mahajanga and Vohemar. However, there is no risk of transmission of the disease to those who have been in contact with the victim. The team of the Ministry of Public Health and of the BMH had been rushed to the hospital to distribute plague prevention drugs to his family and relatives and the hospital staff. They have also conducted a service disinfection operation where the deceased was admitted and the mortuary. Despite this, consulting a doctor is highly recommended in case of suspicious symptoms, namely high fever, painful glands, cough with bloody sputum. Bush fires are to be avoided and the sanitation of the neighborhoods is indicated, to prevent the rats from entering in the village.

    RSOE EDIS - Epidemic Hazard event in Madagascar on September 13 2017 03:02 AM


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    scary----I am, in fact, somewhat surprised-----even tuberculosis is not THAT EASILY transmitted by airborn sputum droplets------except for some of the NEW resistant strains. SHEEEEESH------could be that plague is so rare now that NATURAL RESISTENCE mechanisms have broken down------sheeeeesh-------- BE TERRIFIED!!!!

    does anyone here remember Ingmar Bergman's "THE SEVENTH SEAL"?? Anyone here note that Mayor DeBlasio is all excited over the RODENT EPIDEMIC in New York City? WE IS DOOOOOOMED
     
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    the St Louis-Chicago corridor has not yet been reached by the prairie dog carriers yet.
     
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    Granny says, "Dat's right - it's the end time plague - we all gonna die...
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    Plague Spreading Rapidly in Madagascar
    Saturday 30th September, 2017 - The World Health Organization warns a highly infectious, deadly form of pneumonic plague is spreading rapidly in Madagascar and quick action is needed to stop it.
     
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    Just like the Zionist plot to ruin the world with paper money...Such insidious conjecture..
     
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