A cattle rancher in Inner Mongolia fell ill. Now the city has declared a third level of infection prevention warning before the end of the year.
In China, a case of bubonic plague has been identified in the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. This is reported by Xinhua on Sunday, July 5.
After detecting infection in a cattle breeder from bayan nur, The city has declared a third level of warning for the prevention and control of the plague. The warning will last until the end of 2020.
Now there is a risk of spreading bubonic plague among people in the city, so residents are urged to strictly comply with the requirements for prevention and control.
The authorities also do not recommend hunting wild animals, and if cases of disease or suspected disease are detected, immediately inform the authorized agencies.
Recall that in May 2019, an outbreak of bubonic plague occurred in Mongolia. A quarantine has been established and a number of measures are being taken to eliminate and prevent the spread of infections.
Then in November 2019, it was reported that the third case of plague was reported in China. The bubonic plague patient was treated at a hospital in Huade County in the Northern Chinese Autonomous region of Inner Mongolia.