Suspected bubonic plague case in Mongolia tests negative

A suspected case of bubonic plague in Mongolia’ Khovd province was declared negative, authorities said on Thursday. The samples were taken from a 37-year-old resident of Tsetseg soum, who was taken to a local hospital on Sunday after consuming marmot meat, Nyamdorj Tsogbadrakh, director of the National Center for Zoonotic Diseases, said at a press conference.




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