While the world seems to be in chaos in the raging of COVID-19, many people look back at the bubonic plague – one of history’s deadliest pandemics. Celebrating 650 Years Of Bubonic Plague 1339 1989 Shirt marks 650 years since the pandemic spread to humans in many parts of the world.
Celebrating 650 Years Of Bubonic Plague Shirt Meaning
The special Celebrating 650 Years Of Bubonic Plague 1339 1989 T-Shirt is an important milestone marking 650 years since the pandemic outbursted. The Black Death is considered to have been the result of the plague. It is the deadliest pandemic recorded in human history, killing millions of people during the Middle Ages, peaking in Europe from 1347 to 1351. The image of a rat on the shirt represents rodents that spread infected fleas to humans.
What Caused Bubonic Plague
Bubonic Plague is caused by the bacterium Yersinia pestis spread mostly to humans by infected fleas that travel on rodents. Called the Black Death, it killed millions of Europeans during the Middle Ages.
Researchers have claimed that the disease had its origin in modern-day northern Kyrgyzstan around 1339, about 7-8 years before it spread out to large parts of the world. And Celebrating 650 Years Of Bubonic Plague 1339 1989 Shirt reminds people of a dangerous pandemic the world has overcome.
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