2014-10-12T234443Z_1_LYNXNPEA9B0GT_RTROPTP_4_HEALTH-EBOLA-MASSACHUSETTS-e1413210588682It’s been a bad couple of months for humans. Ebola is raging in Africa and has made its way to the United States, and Enterovirus D-68 has sickened children across the country, causing some deaths. Now comes word of the plague being found in fleas in Arizona. “Fleas collected near Flagstaff have tested positive for the plague, according to officials with the Coconino County Public Health Services District,” reports ABC 15 in Flagstaff. The plague is not uncommon to the area, but it is transferable to humans through bites from infected animals, including fleas. Yahoo News