Pneumonic Plague in Madagascar Slowing, But Not Over 1 234 567

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The World Health Organization says an outbreak of pneumonic plague in Madagascar appears to be slowing.  But, it warns vigilance must be maintained as the spread of the disease is far from over.The World Health Organization says plague came early to Madagascar this year and has spread quickly.  Quite unusually, pneumonic plague moved from the remote rural areas to congested urban areas, causing panic since, unlike bubonic plague, this disease is transmitted from human to...

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