I noticed you shared an article from
when you talked about influenza pandemics, here:
I thought that article from CDC.gov was good, but we recently published an
article that gives more context. Covid-19, which has caused more than 3
million deaths as of April 24, is a severe global problem. But in reality,
it's “just” the fifth influenza pandemic since 1900.
In this article, we follow the most lethal pandemics describe the history
of influenza through numbers.
Here are a few questions we answer:
How many deaths were recorded during the 1918 Spanish Flu?
How did the Asian Flu in 1957 spread quickly to infect a quarter of a
What is the number of cases recorded in the first two weeks of the 1968
How was the 2009 H1N1 swine flu different from other seasonal influenza
Finally, we share the history of Covid-19, its effect on our economy, and
how we are fighting back.
We quote 38 different sources in the article -- it's quite authoritative.
Here's the link if you want to take a look:
Would you consider linking to our article? I think some of your readers
would find it interesting.
Thank you for your time! If you have any questions, please don't hesitate
to reach out.
Rachel Cook, Editor
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Durham, NH 03824
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