Just hope this does not get to other countries or get to us if does we can always joke about it on here. We brits are used to living in fluffy land and that everything comes from Santa and fairys like all our food and everything we need. And we dont like talking about things (like below) we gone from second world war hard core to denial and fairyland love being controlled like cage animals. I know its new year and all but life goes on. Better prepared than not
There have been more than 1,800 cases and 127 deaths since the start of August, according to new figures.
The island off the south-east coast of Africa is used to seeing about 400 cases of mostly bubonic plague in the same rural areas every year.
But this year it has developed into the deadlier pneumonic version and spread to much more populated areas, including the capital.
Madagascar plague: WHO in huge release of antibiotics
The WHO describes the plague as "one of the oldest - and most feared - of all diseases".
Historically, plague has been responsible for widespread pandemics with extremely high numbers of deaths.
It was known as the Black Death during the 14th Century, killing more than 50 million people across Europe.