by Gage dlouhy
transmitted and treated
the plague is transmitted by fleas that have fed on infected animals like rats, squirrels, prairie dogs, and chipmunks. cats can also become infected by eating infected rodents. the bacteria can also enter your body if there is a brake in your skin that comes into contact with a infected animals blood. there are treatments and drugs such as Gemtamicin, Doxycycline, and ciprofloxacin.
symptoms of pneumonic
some symptoms of pneumonic are cough, difficulty breathing, high fever, nausea, vomiting, weakness,and respiratory failure.
how meany where killed
the plague killed millions of people. only a few thousand people develop the plague each year
where is it mainly found
the main location where the plague is found is in the western united states there are more cases in parts of Africa and Asia and everywhere but australia.