Deadly airborne plague in Madagascar is now at ‘crisis’ point and the ‘worst outbreak in 50 years

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The deadly airborne plague spreading rapidly across Madagascar is now at ‘crisis’ point as cases have rocketed by 37 per cent in just five days, official figures reveal.

The outbreak, the ‘worst in 50 years’, is being fueled by a strain more lethal than the one which usually strikes the country off the coast of Africa.

The World Health Organization (WHO) now states there are 1,801 suspected cases – significantly higher than the 1,309 it reported last Thursday.

Academics have revealed such a jump in cases over the period of five days is concerning and have predicted it could get worse. The most recent statistics show there have been 127 deaths.

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One Response to Deadly airborne plague in Madagascar is now at ‘crisis’ point and the ‘worst outbreak in 50 years

  1. a follower says:

    Yep, been watching this also. There is a good daily report of such things on a site called Full spectrum survival. (two minute news)

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