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July 20th, 2012, 15:00
According to the report, Oregon has had 3 cases of bubonic plague since '95 with no deaths. People sneezing and coughing are far more dangerous. WHAT TO DO ABOUT THAT??

BTW. The source of this information is Crook Country Health Department.

BTW 2, the really dangerous form of plague is when it attacks the lungs. Then contagion becomes airborn(e?), spreading the disease directly from human to human, and not restricted to fleas. The plague pandemics were of that kind.

BTW 3, most coughers and sneezers do not have pulmonary pleague.

pibbur who has a cat but not a bubonic one

EDIT:There's a small typo in the text above. It's Crook County Health Department, not Crook Country. Sorry about that.

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