Chinese public health officials urged travellers to the rural areas and grassland in Inner Mongolia to step up personal protections after a city in the autonomous region reported a case of bubonic plague over the weekend.People should not get close to or eat wild animals, nor camp in the grassland overnight, said Pang Xinghuo, vice-director of the Beijing Centre for Disease Prevention and Control, told a news conference on Monday.Anyone who runs a temperature should report his or her travel history to the grassland or any contact with wild animals to doctors, Pang urged.Global Impact newsletter on the big stories originating in China." data-reactid="14">Get the latest insights and analysis from our Global Impact newsletter on the big stories originating in China.She also reminded doctors and nurses to familiarise themselves with the symptoms of the plague and to strengthen their patient inquiries to trace any travel history for,
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