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What is the Spanish Flu? The Spanish Flu is a very deadly virus that has killed 20 million to 50 million people.
When and where did the spanish flu occur? It started to occur in January 1918. It first started to spread in Kansas.
How did the spanish flu spread? The spanish flu is very contagious. When the person is infected, he/she coughs, sneezes or talks the virus that they have can go into the air and can be inhaled and they become sick.
How many people were infected by the spanish flu? 500 million people worldwide were infected.
Some interesting facts about the spanish flu are: The spanish flu was the most deadly virus that had spread almost the whole world. The group that mostly were sick were the pregnate women.
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