The Spanish Flu Outbreak

By Manu Evans (Author)

Language : English
Pages : 58
Paperback ISBN : 9789356754683
Currency Paperback
Us Dollar US$ 6.72


What can you learn from the past deadliest pandemic? How can you drastically improve your future learning by the past? How can you protect and sanitize yourself and your family? The most severe pandemic in modern times has been the influenza pandemic of 1918. It was caused by an H1N1 virus with avian-derived genes. Though there is no general agreement as to where the virus originated, between 1918-1919, it spread worldwide. Throughout the United States, it was first described in spring 1918 by military officers. It is believed that this virus affected about 500 million men, about one-third of the world's population. The number of fatalities globally was reported to be at least 50 million, with about 675,000 happenings in the United States. The pandemic had nearly similar causes to influenza; we are now fighting because of the reality that the H1N1 epidemic triggered Spanish flu from animals. The pandemic has catastrophic effects and the overall mortality reported is greater than SARS, HIV, Black Death, and Ebola This guide will describe the following: History of Spanish flu How America faced it 50+ tips to prepare for future pandemics How did the world learn from the past How the world change in medicine advancement after the Spanish flu So, what are you waiting for? Grab your book today, and learn how to keep yourself safe in the future!

About Contributor

Manu Evans


Health & Fitness : Diseases - Contagious

Health & Fitness : Diseases - Respiratory

Medical : Infectious Diseases