In mid-14th century Europe, Jews were less likely to be infected…

In mid-14th century Europe, Jews were less likely to be infected with the plague than the rest of the population. One reason may be that their religious practices promoted hygiene. But the Jews’ lower infection rates led to accusations that they caused the plague, and many Jewish communities were massacred.

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