EXPRESS - Aug 10, 2020 -
PANIC has swept across China's Inner Mongolia province after a second bubonic plague lockdown was enforced, two days after the first, as whole villages are sealed off.
Sadly, a man died in the region's city of Bayannur from multiple organ failure after contracting the deadly disease that caused the Black Death. Authorities tracked the man's movements back to his village and sealed it off. This is the second village to be placed in quarantine within the past few weeks.
Authorities in Bayannur said: "The place of residence of the deceased is locked down, and a comprehensive epidemiological investigation is being carried out."
The statement added: "Currently, there is a risk of the human plague spreading in our city."
Last Thursday another person died from the bubonic plague.
This was in the adjacent city of Baotou.