Traces of bubonic plague can be found in all people of northern European descent and these are easily eliminated with frequencies. During the swine flu epidemic, bubonic plague was found as one of the many organisms circulating with 1918 swine flu in parts of the world and there was a plague outbreak in a small town in China. As a result, frequencies for Yersinia pestis were updated.
Today the bacterium Yersinia pestis is controlled by antibiotics. It is even more easily controlled by frequencies. Proper application of the right frequencies could prevent any future epidemics.