1918 Spanish Flu Pandemic: FACT vs. FICTION

The current COVID-19 pandemic has often been compared to the 1918-1919 pandemic of the H1N1 flu, known in history as the “Spanish Flu.” The pandemic killed 675,000 Americans and millions around the world, perhaps as many as 50 million, in three waves in 1918 and 1919. In the United States, social distancing regulations and “lockdowns”Continue reading “1918 Spanish Flu Pandemic: FACT vs. FICTION”