By NewsDesk @infectiousdiseasenews
According to Chinese officials, there has been 5 human plague cases in China in 2019.
In this video, the third on this topic in less than a month, I look at the case from Gansu that occurred in September but wasn’t reported on any meaningful scale.
I also look at the most recent case out of Inner Mongolia–the 5th case.
There are issues with the rat population in Inner Mongolia, and I look at some reporting on that. At the end, I summarize what the reporting has shown us in November 2019.
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