Tens of countless people in Europe died from the pester throughout the Middle Ages, but the CDC states now it can be treated with prescription antibiotics if captured during the early phases.
The states Department of Public Health and Environment says the death comes as verified cases of the pester were validated in animals and fleas in at least six counties.
The 10-year-olds identity has actually not been launched, however officials state the death was caused from the bacterial illness.
Colorado authorities are investigating the death of a child connected to the afflict.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says humans can get the plague if they are bitten by animals or rodents who are infected.