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Pandemic Comparisons

The Spanish Flu vs. Covid-19 — 1918 Was A Lot Worse

New insights into the causative agent of the Spanish flu

Photo by Elena Mozhvilo on Unsplash

During the Covid-19 pandemic, scientific interest grew in the last pandemic, which — believe it or not — was even worse: The Spanish flu, which raged in several waves from 1918 to 1920, claimed, with a world population of…




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Veronika Kaufmann

Veronika Kaufmann

History and Lit student, Vienna University. Writer. The Mummy is my favorite movie and everybody should speak at least three languages.

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