Yersina Plague: The Black Death

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The black death was a catastrophic time in our history (1347-1352) When it came to health care the way the people handled it back then was not superior. If a disease like the black death happened again today we would be more prepared for it because of the technology we have today (2017).
The way the black death was spreaded by a bacillus called Yersina pestis. It spreaded to person to person by air and while people where on ships the plague traveled with the peoples on the boat to different areas of medieval europe. The disease spread so fast that people who were healthy when they went to sleep by morning they were dead.Certain swellings would happen on the groin or under the armpits sizes of an apple or and egg. Some other symptoms were fever,

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