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With contagious infections, it is impossible to trace to "Patient Zero", the very first patient to get the infection.

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Who was the First person to have the plague London?

The first person wsa Rebecca Andrews the widow who cared for the children of the parish


Was the black plague the first plague ever?

No, the first plague was the bubonic plague in Rome.ok that person erased my answer. no it was not, the bubonic plague is the same plague, only a different name.The black plague was not the first plague ever. Outbreaks of many diseases in large numbers are called plagues. The black plague is called that because lymph nodes became swollen and black (gangrenous).


What kind of person did the buriers at first suppose the man in the brown cloak to be?

A victim of the plague who wanted to bury himself.


Which occurred 1st the crusades or the plague?

The plague is an older disease, but the first Great Plague occurred in the 14th century in Europe, long after the first crusades.


How would you catch the three different types of black death?

In addition to the bubonic plague, there are two other different diseases caused by the same organism, called the septicemic plague and the pneumonic plague. The bubonic plague is spread by rats and fleas; a person gets it by being bitten by an infected flea. The septicemic form is the same disease, except that it has spread into a person's blood stream, where it progresses more rapidly and is more likely to be lethal. If the plague gets into a person's lungs, then the form is the pneumonic plague, and it can be spread in the droplets in the air when that person coughs; another person can catch the pneumonic plague by breathing the air.


Which bacterial agent is contagious person to person?

Bacteria such as Streptococcus pyogenes, Neisseria meningitidis, and Mycobacterium tuberculosis are examples of bacterial agents that can be transmitted from person to person through close contact, respiratory droplets, or bodily fluids.


What was the first animal to get the plague and spread it to humans?

Rats, fleas, and mice where mainly the first to get the plague and spread it around.


Where from was the plague spread to Europe?

In the 1500's and 1600's, but this is not the first plague.


Who was the first person to die in the plague?

Sorry, no one kept records that far back, and they didn't have the knowledge to even know what it was that was killing them.


What animal was thought to have spread the plague at first?

The animal that started the plague first was the rat. They had parasites in their skin and spread it to humans


What happend to a person if they caught the plague?

they eventually die


Could you get the black plague by breathing by someone who already had it?

Yes, you could get the Black Plague by breathing near someone who already had the plague. The plague was transmitted through the spread of droplets in the air when a person coughed or sneezed. If you breathed those droplets, you could get the plague.