The risk of catching a disease that originates from across the world increases as the world’s technology and travel advances. The problem is, is that we can’t stop ourselves from getting a disease or stop traveling. Another factor is that it may not be something that can be cured and it may be contagious. The results of global deaths that come from infectious diseases are 25%. One solution is to develop a vaccine and/or other products to prevent the spread of infectious diseases, especially in the developing world.
An example of an epidemic is the Black Death, also known as the Bubonic Plague. The Black Death came to Europe from trade routes that came from Asia. More specifically, it came from the oriental rat fleas living on black rats and was carried to Europe by merchant ships. After the rats would die the fleas, which had the rats’ bacteria imprinted in themselves, would jump to humans and infect them. In result, the humans would experience vomiting, nausea, migraines, and painful swelling lumps on the lymph nodes. It was very contagious and if you caught the disease, you would have about 10 days to live, give or take. The Black Death killed tens of millions people and one-third of Europe. It started in 1346 and ended in the 19th century.
As stated in the 1st paragraph, the problem is that nowadays, we can bring over diseases from across the world. A disease can travel anywhere from jets to buses. Our travel has escalated greatly from where we first started. Every day, hundreds of people come to and from different countries everywhere. Anything can be brought back and to places. Smallpox, Typhoid Fever, Cholera, Anthrax, Malaria, and Ebola are some examples of global infectious diseases that have traveled across the world before.
In my opinion, the best way to prevent global infectious diseases it to take a vaccine, pill, or an immune serum. If someone wanted to leave a country, they would have...