Why Did the Black Death End?

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The Black Death did not really end but it did subside in London due to the Great Fire of 1666. The fire sanitized London and reduced the spread of the bubonic plague by killing off the black rats and fleas that carried the plague.
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A History Channel documentary I saw stated that the people worked hard to make their living environment cleaner. The dead were taken to a grave as soon as possible, they washed more
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It ran its course. What stopped it from year to year was when winter set in which killed
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London had a whole series of plagues, It had a closely packed population and all sewage was pumped into the Thames. Disease could spread quickly. Garbage was not really collected.
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1 There were two kinds of "black death." The bubonic plague is caused by a bacteria, yersinia pestis, which is harbored by fleas (which were themselves carried to Europe
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