And though the Chinese CDC has said that there is "no need" for Beijing residents to worry about the risk of plague infection, it has also acknowledged that remote regions of the country-like Yunnan and the Qinghai-Tibet plateau-are vulnerable to outbreaks.
Two patients from Inner Mongolia were quarantined in Beijing suffering from pneumonic plague, authorities said last week.
State media Xinhua said Saturday that there had been no evidence of the plague spreading further in Beijing and there was no connection to the latest case.
Plague might be lethal in as much as 90% of women and men contaminated if not addressed, largely with numerous sorts of antibiotics.
However, with three confirmed diagnoses, the public is beginning to panic over a potential outbreak.
China says a 55-12 months-outdated male has been identified with bubonic plague following killing and ingesting a wild rabbit, adding to two plague cases now found out in the cash Beijing.
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Bubonic plague first attacks the lymphatic system, and if it spreads to the lungs, it becomes pneumonic, which is contagious to other humans through droplets and invariably fatal if left untreated, according to WHO.
Although plague is inextricably linked to the Black Death pandemic of the 14th century that killed around 50 million people in Europe, it remains a relatively common disease.
More than 100 million people may have perished - reducing the world population from an estimated 450 million down to 350-375 million.
The CDC advises the earlier people seek treatment, the more likely it is they will make a full recovery. It can also be acquired through handling tissue or fluids of a plague-inflected animal, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
In the 21st century, the plague is endemic to select regions of the planet.
The disease is caused by Yersinia pestis, a bacterium typically found in small mammals and often transmitted by fleas.
Isolated cases often also spring up in the USA, with up to a dozen people diagnosed annually.