CDC Sounds the Alarm: Imminent Plague Pandemic Threatens America

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Fact-checked by The Chris Wick News Community on July 7, 2024

Hold onto your hazmat suits, folks! The CDC is back with another cheerful update: an ‘imminent’ plague pandemic is apparently on its way to America, promising to be the party crasher of the century.

The New Celebrity: Yersinia Pestis

So, what’s causing this uproar? Meet Yersinia pestis, the bacteria that dreams of starring in its own horror movie. This little terror can hitch a ride on fleas and wild rodents like prairie dogs, squirrels, rats, and rabbits. Essentially, it’s a furry hitchhiker with a serious vendetta.

According to the CDC, humans usually get infected through the bite of a flea with a bad attitude or by handling an infected animal. The good news? Plague can be cured with antibiotics. The bad news? You need to act fast to avoid a very unpleasant ending.

Plague Symptoms: Because Why Not?

Wondering if you’re the next contestant on “America’s Got Plague”? Look out for these glamorous symptoms: sudden fever and chills, severe headache, muscle aches, nausea, vomiting, and a general feeling of doom. Oh, and let’s not forget the swollen, painful lymph nodes – just in case you needed another reason to stay indoors.

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The plague can play dress-up in three different forms: Bubonic plague (infects your lymph nodes), Septicemic plague (invades your blood), and Pneumonic plague (parties in your lungs). As if life wasn’t complicated enough.

Health Officials in Action: The Pueblo Case

The Pueblo Department of Public Health and Environment (PDPHE), alongside the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE), is currently investigating a recent human case of plague. The specific form of plague in this case? Your guess is as good as ours.

Protect Yourself and Your Pets: A Guide to Staying Sane

Alicia Solis, the program manager of the Office of Communicable Disease and Emergency Preparedness at PDPHE, has some advice to keep you and your pets plague-free. Here are the highlights:

Rodent Hideouts: Declutter Like Your Life Depends on It

Clear away brush, rock piles, trash, and lumber around your home, garage, shed, or favorite relaxation spot. Rodents love a good hideout, and your property shouldn’t be it.

Dead Animals: A Handle-With-Care Situation

Avoid contact with dead animals. If you absolutely must handle one, start by using insect repellent to fend off fleas. Then, use a long-handled shovel to place the carcass in a garbage bag, and finally, put the bag in an outdoor garbage can. Consider this your daily workout.

Insect Repellent: Your New Best Friend

Invest in insect repellent with 20%-30% DEET to ward off flea bites. Treat your pants, socks, shoe tops, arms, and legs like a fortress.

Pet Habits: Because Sharing Isn’t Always Caring

Don’t let your pets sleep in bed with you. Regularly treat dogs and cats for fleas – flea collars are about as effective as a chocolate teapot. Keep pets from hunting or roaming in rodent-infested areas, like prairie dog colonies, and store pet food in rodent-proof containers.

If Symptoms Appear: Run, Don’t Walk, to Your Doctor

Alicia Solis stresses the importance of prompt treatment if you develop symptoms of plague. Antibiotics can save the day, but only if you get treated quickly. Delay, and you might find yourself in a real-life episode of “House.”

So, there you have it, America. The plague is knocking on your door, and the CDC wants you to be ready. Stock up on insect repellent, declutter your yard, and keep those pets in check. The next time someone tells you to avoid dead animals, remember: they’re not just being dramatic.

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  1. So, there you have it, America. The plague is knocking on your door, and the CDC wants you to be ready. Stock up on insect repellent, declutter your yard, and keep those pets in check. The next time someone tells you to avoid dead animals, remember: they’re not just being dramatic.

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