As the 1918 Flu Emerged, Cover-Up and Denial Helped It Spread — HENRY KOTULA

https://www.history.com/news/1918-pandemic-spanish-flu-censorship?cmpid=email-hist-inside-history-2020-0527-05272020&om_rid=5444b0eacc03f23065f305c9fea74958a7fc07af4357c4a980be55258fa8db43 Nations fighting in World War I were reluctant to report their flu outbreaks. “Spanish flu” has been used to describe the flu pandemic of 1918 and 1919 and the name suggests the outbreak started in Spain. But the term is actually a misnomer and points to a key fact: nations involved in World War I didn’t accurately report […]

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