Were you looking for information about Bubonic Plague? Bobonic plauge is a common misspelling of bubonic plague.
Bubonic plague, which is caused by bacteria called Yersinia pestis, is primarily transmitted through the bites of infected fleas or rodents. Symptoms tend to develop within six days, as the bacteria multiply within the lymph system. If left untreated, the mortality rate for bubonic plague is 50 to 90 percent; it typically drops to 15 percent with early diagnosis and prompt treatment.
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