This plague sounds too biblical, right? Well, it does, but it is also very realistic.
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I can’t explain whether this is an act of God or destiny, but I am 100% positive there’s a plague of little bugs that are invisible to the human eye, and are feasting on human flesh, leaving painful sores on the surface of the human’s skin.
According to the report published by The New York Post,
“Residents of Washington, DC, have come under siege by a plague of microscopic Oak Leaf Itch Mites whose bite leaves a raft of painful and itchy sores on their victims.
“We wake up at night just scratching,” said Cynthia Palmer of Arlington, Virginia, told The Washington Post. “It’s like we have splotches of white paint all over us now that we’re using the calamine [lotion]. The sores are red and swollen, so it’s not pretty.”
Scientists say the mites have come to feed on the billions of cicada eggs that were left by the creatures when they emerged in the Capitol last spring and fall on their unsuspecting victims when they pass under an infested tree.
“It’s a phenomenon related to cicadas being there, and it will dissipate. And eventually, you won’t have it next year, because the cicadas will not be emerging,” Gene Kritsky, the dean of behavioral and natural sciences at Mount St. Joseph University in Cincinnati, told the paper.”
According to the scientist, there’s no instant solution, and this plague will most probably last until Fall.