Spanish Flu of 1918
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Greetings! Today I'm here to tell you about the Spanish Flu of 1918.
The Spanish Flu of 1918 was one of the worst pandemics that sweeped across the world at its time. It was occurring right at the end of WW1 which, it killed more people than.
The Spanish Flu of 1918 is more commonly known today as the Bird Flu, which is named for its transmission, which is by bird, however it isn't as easily transmitted to Humans.
Despite this, Doctors still had a hard time preventing the Flu, which was also known as the Spanish Flu, partially to them not knowing the source of the Flu.
Eventually it died off and stopped spreading, however killing along 50 million people with it.
Anyways, that's some background knowledge on the Spanish Flu of 1918 *cough* I think I should be going now, I feel a little sick.
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