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What was the life expectancy of someone who contracted the bubonic plague, the most commonly seen form..................

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What was the life expectancy of someone who contracted the bubonic plague, the most commonly seen form during the Black Death that peaked in Europe between 1348 and 1350, which had a mortality rate of thirty to seventy-five percent?

posted May 21 by Pushpak Chauhan

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Of those who contracted the bubonic plague, 4 out of 5 died within eight days.

answer May 24 by Samardeep Acharya
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