When Denver Backed Off Social Distancing In The 1918 Pandemic, The Results Were Deadly History Repeats Its Self

Esplicito When Denver Backed Off Social Distancing In The 1918 Pandemic, The Results Were Deadly History Repeats Its Self

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While some experts tried to calm fears by saying the Spanish influenza epidemic was "ordinary influenza by another name," according to John Barry, the author of the book "The Great Influenza," by the end of the pandemic, an estimated 675,000 Americans died, primarily in the fall of 1918, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Five days later, Denver Post headlines blared the bad news: "All Flu Records Smashed in Denver in Last 24 Hours," ... Maggiori informazioni

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