The Bubonic Plague Death Rate in Europe, the Reason Milan, Italy Survived the Bubonic Plague, and the Reason Cracow, Poland Survived the Bubonic Plague

The Bubonic Plague killed off approximately 66% of Europe during the 1350's with the exception of Milan, Italy and Cracow, Poland. This was due in part to Milan understanding that quarantining its city was necessary (at a time which didn't understand viral or bacterial infection) alongside burning down the home of any person/family suspected of contracting the Black Plague. It was also due in part to Cracow being a refuge for the Jewish people who at the time were blamed as scapegoats for the Bl...


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