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bubonic plague vs. coronavirus
- a serious, sometimes fatal, infection with the bacterial toxin Yersinia pestis, transmitted by fleas from infected rodents and characterized by high fever, weakness, and the formation of buboes, especially in the groin and armpits.
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- any of various RNA-containing spherical viruses of the family Coronaviridae, including several that cause acute respiratory illnesses.