The Bubonic Plague
Killer of 20 million in only 3 years
How this disease spreads
The most common way of getting infected is getting bitten by an infected flea, but there are more ways of being infected: There's a small chance of this, but you'll be infected when handling infected animal tissues, and very rarely you'll get infected when coming in contact with one who has been infected.
Sudden Fevers and Chills
Swollen Lymph Nodes
These are usually found near the groin, armpits, or neck. They can be as large as a chicken egg, and they're tender and warm to the touch as well.
Below are some ways to treat this disease
1 way to reduce the chance of being infected
You can try to reduce being in contact with fleas, or other animals that may have been infected.
4 interesting facts about the Bubonic Plague
This was known as The Black Death in 1348 to 1352, it killed about 20 million people in Europe. The Black Death was taken to Europe by ships, they were filled with infected fleas, which infected humans as well. In 1348 to 1352 Jews, gypsies and other groups were blamed for the deaths, many of them were killed. Europe wasn't the first country to get the plague, many other countries had gotten the plague before Europe.