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See 20 Touching Pics From The Great 1918 Pandemic That Proves That History Truly Repeats Itself.

The world is currently in disarray because of the the deadly Coronavirus Outbreak. A lot of people have lost the battle to the virus, millions of people have contracted the deadly virus, millions have also their jobs while an unestimated number of people are currently living with hunger. These ongoing crisis is a reminder of the great spanish flu or Influenza Pandemic that occured in 1918. The present Covid-19 Pandemic simply confirms the statement that "history repeats itself." Before dropping the researched

  2 years ago ago
See 20 Touching Pics From The Great 1918 Pandemic That Proves That History Truly Repeats Itself.

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8 Untold Facts About The Biggest Pandemics In History That Changed The World As We Know It.

The truth is that in just a few months, the current Coronavirus Outbreak has put the whole world on its kneels. And as a matter of fact, this isn't the first Pandemic that would happen in history, but the honest truth is the present Covid-19 Pandemic could become the biggest crisis of our life and off course change the way we see things forever. I have compiled eight facts about eight, Pandemics that had impacted the world in one way or the other. They are; 1. The Influenza Pandemic/ Spanish Flu didn't orig

  2 years ago ago
8 Untold Facts About The Biggest Pandemics In History That Changed The World As We Know It.

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Corona virus : A Repeat Of History

*CORONAVIRUS A REPEAT OF HISTORY?* It all started in 1918 and lasted till December 1920 and now in 2020 it is happening again. In 1918 it started in Spain and now in 2020 it started in China. It was the Spanish flu, that infected over 500 million people around the world. The death toll was estimated to have been between 17 million to 50 million or even 100 million. It was the deadliest epidemics in human history, will the 2020 Coronavirus break the 1918 records? The world is wiser and world leaders must wak

  2 years ago ago
Corona virus : A Repeat Of History

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Statistics On 1918 Influenza Pandemic

As the world sees furnished nonconformists in the United States requesting a conclusion to "cover set up" orders, peruses accounts of shopping centers in Brazil reviving as their president joins against lockdown dissents, and hears free enterprise voices require their administrations to "ease" limitations as quickly as time permits, we may do well to glance back at equal crossroads ever. As of late, striking pictures of scientific diagrams and graphs from the 1918 flu pandemic have been getting out and a

  2 years ago ago
Statistics On 1918 Influenza Pandemic

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The Dreaded 1918 Influenza Pandemic

History holds it that The Spanish flu (also known as the 1918 flu pandemic was an unusually deadly influenza pandemic. Lasting from January 1918 to December 1920, it infected 500 million people—about a quarter of the world's population at the time. The death toll is estimated to have been anywhere from 17 million to 50 million, where is Coronavirus?and possibly as high as 100 million, making it one of the deadliest pandemics in human history. Data analysis Disease Influenza Virus strain H1N1 Location Worl

  2 years ago ago
The Dreaded 1918 Influenza Pandemic