The Lazarus Plague



As of yet, there is no known source of the Lazarus Plague.  We have learned that the plague seems to have begun spreading in Northern New Mexico.  There have been accounts of infection as far away as St. Louis.

At this time, it is unclear all the ways in which this virus spreads. Scientists have determined:


  • The plague spreads through bodily fluids.

  • It is not airborne.

  • It does not spread with just contact.


Even though the disease does not spread through contact, please avoid anyone who is exhibiting symptoms.

  • Excessive Perspiration

  • Blurred Vision

  • Extreme Thirst

  • High Fever

  • Labored Breathing

  • Paranoia

  • Irritability

  • Loss of Motor Control

  • Odorous Discharge

  • Unhealing Wounds


How to Protect My Family?