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Chipmunks in California test positive for the plague, parts of Lake Tahoe closed – Fox News

The chipmunks that were tested had no contact with any humans and the city’s public health services show that the plague is naturally…

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Chipmunks in California have tested positive for the plague. 
In response, local officials have closed several locations on the south shore of Lake Tahoe.
While the U.S. Forest Service (USFS) works to conduct vector control treatments to the impacted areas,…

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