The plague is killing millions of people in Europe and Africa, but for some it is a blessing, the latest outbreak being a pomegranate pest control supply. 

The new Pestolone plague, which originated in Italy, has infected over 300 people across three countries, killing more than 3,500 people in Italy alone, according to the International Federation of Food & Agriculture Organizations. 

More than 1,500 new cases of the disease were reported in Greece and Hungary, according the World Health Organization.

In the Middle East, the Pestalope Plague outbreak has affected nearly 2,000 people in Saudi Arabia and Iraq, according to the WHO. 

Egypt, which has a long history of plague outbreaks, reported 668 new cases in June. 

A recent outbreak in Saudi Arabian cities of Jeddah, Hudaydah and Medina has killed at least 50 people, according Saudi state news agency SPA. 

On Friday, Saudi authorities said they had reported the discovery of a new strain of Pesta Plague, a strain which has already killed more than 700 people across the region.

In Turkey, the government declared a state of emergency to address the spread of the Pusto Plague. 

“There is a new Pustolone outbreak in Istanbul.

I think it is not over,” Health Minister Recep Akdag said on state television on Friday. 

He said the outbreak, which was reported in Turkey’s southern province of Hatay, killed three people.

Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim has said it is possible the outbreak is linked to the growing number of imported Pustos.

In India, there were reports of cases of plague in parts of the country, with more than 5,000 cases in Kerala and around 400 in Odisha. 

In South Korea, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said the spread and spread of PustO Plague is now the largest pandemic in the world, with the disease killing more people than the coronavirus.

The CDC said more than 4.2 million people in South Korea have been infected, and more than 1.4 million cases of PUSTO Plague have been recorded.

The virus has already been reported in at least a dozen countries in the Middle Eastern region, including Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar and Egypt.

PustO has also infected more than 500 people in Pakistan, which borders Afghanistan.