Plague warning given to NINE countries as black death spreads through Madagascar

South Africa is among the British holiday hotspots identified by the World Health Organization as priority countries to get ready to defend against the black death.

Madagascar is facing a worrying spread of the deadly disease, with 124 people killed already.

A total of 1,133 people have been infected across the country, with the risk of further spread of the disease “very high” according to latest WHO analysis.

While the disease has so far been self-contained in Madagascar, South Africa, Mauritius, Seychelles, Tanzania, La Réunion, Mozambique, Kenya, Ethiopia and Comoros have all been put on notice.

Source: Plague warning given to NINE countries as black death spreads through Madagascar

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