Could the Spanish Flu Ever Return?

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According to medical research, the Spanish flu and other influenza are a rare but recurrent event. Therefore, there is a chance that it could happen again but owing to the rising level of medical awareness and technology such a pandemic might not be as wide spread as the Spanish flu of 1918.
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There was no vaccine for the flu then, so that was not available. There was little to no knowledge of viruses at the time, so it was unknown how it spread and therefore, unknown how
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Despite the severity of the Spanish Flu it only killed around 2.5 percent of the men and women who contracted it meaning that it had a very low mortality rate. The most deadly influenza
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apparently social distancing worked very well. But people this flu isnt even bad. The American news dramatizes over it WAYYY more than the Canadian news. It talks about it for 3 minutes
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