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The bubonic or plague plague was a major threat to Europe for centuries, and the plague spread to all corners of Europe during the Middle Ages, as well as in India and China.
The bubonias bubonic and plague were among the first infectious diseases, which killed tens of thousands of people.
The two strains of the plague were very different.
The modern strain of the disease is known as the West Nile virus, and was the first to have a pandemic in Europe.
The bubonis bubonic strain of bubonic plagues spread mainly in areas of Europe and Africa, with the outbreak of the pandemic first occurring in Germany in 1783.
The West Nile Virus spread to India in the late 19th century and the Middle East in the early 20th century.
The latter outbreak killed more than 100,000 people.
Today, the two strains are highly lethal and are the main causes of the global pandemic.
The bubonic disease was not only the major threat for Europe, but also the main cause of the World War I and the World Wars II pandemics, and caused tens of millions of deaths in the United States and Great Britain.
The West Indian and Chinese pandemias are the two major causes of death in the Middle Eastern countries, and they are the causes of over 80 million deaths worldwide.
The World Health Organization estimates that over one million people died in the last pandemic, which began in 1918.
In the last 50 years, the plague has spread throughout Europe and in the Americas, causing about 2.5 million deaths.
There is a misconception that the bubonic epidemic is still active.
P. bubonicum (also known as pneumonic plague) is a disease of animals and is spread from animals to humans by direct contact.
While the West Indian strain of P. bubonensis can cause fever, cough, sore throat, fever, pneumonia and sometimes death, the Chinese strain can cause pneumonia, encephalitis and death.
Both strains of Pneumonic Plague are transmitted by close contact, and in some cases, a person can spread the disease to other people by direct skin contact or through food and water contamination.
A pneumonic infection is a bacterial infection that can cause severe and life-threatening symptoms, and can be caused by several different strains of bacteria.
People can develop a pneumonia caused by the West or Chinese P. pneumonicis.
Pneumonia is usually caused by bacteria, and usually has a mild to moderate fever.
Symptoms of pneumonia include severe headache, cough and muscle pain, but can also include: fever of 102-104.7 degrees, which can increase to 103 degrees, and sometimes a rash on the face and chest.
Other symptoms include: headache, nausea, vomiting and diarrhea.
Many people recover after treatment, but there is a risk of complications and death, including pneumonia.
P. pneumoniae is one of the most common types of pneumonia, causing more than 30,000 deaths worldwide every year.
The bacteria in P. pandemic strains is very resistant to treatment, so it is usually fatal.
What to do in case of a bubonic case and what to expect from healthcare professionals:In the United Kingdom, people who have had P. plague symptoms can receive the first dose of anti-P.
pneumonitis vaccine at home.
In the United Arab Emirates, people can receive P. flu vaccines, and people who had a pneumonic outbreak can receive a pneumonias vaccine.
In Australia, people with P. disease symptoms can get pneumonic shots.
In New Zealand, people in New Zealand can get P. fever vaccine.
Pneumonias can cause death in up to 60% of people who are infected.
Pustular fever can cause 50% of cases and pneumonia in about 5%.
Pneumonic disease is usually mild and mild-moderate and is usually diagnosed in young adults and adults with a mild illness.
Pneumatic illness is usually more severe and more common in adults and children, and is more severe in children.
The most common signs and symptoms are fever, chills, cough or sore throat.
If you have P.
Pneumonia or a bubonis, contact your healthcare provider immediately.
If you have pneumonia, you can: take the first anti-pneumonitis vaccination at home, or