Thursday, November 21, 2013

Worst Natural Disasters: In 1918 for Spanish Influenza

The influenza or flu deadly disease of 1918 to 1919 year for the deadliest in recent history, dirty an expected 500 million people worldwide about one-third of the planet’s people at the time and killed an expected 20 million to 50 million victims and the further of 25 percent of the U.S. population became sick, and some 675,000 Americans die at some point in the deadly disease.

In 1918 flu was first experimental in Europe to the U.S. and parts of Asia before swiftly dispersal around the world to shockingly, lots of flu victims were young, otherwise well adults by the side of the time, there were no helpful drugs or vaccines to treat this killer flu strain or put off its spread in the U.S citizens were prepared to wear masks, and school, theaters and other communal places were shuttered.

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