COVID-19 salgını hayatımızı derinden etkiledi. Öğrenciler, okullar sanal hale geldikçe veya güvenlik önerilerine uymak için büyük değişiklikler yaptıkça pandeminin etkilerini hissettiler. Öğrencilerin hastalanan sevdikleri veya işini kaybetmiş veya iş değiştirmek zorunda kalan bir ebeveyni olabilir. Bu ders planındaki etkinlikler, öğretmenlere Covid 19 salgını, halkın ve hükümetin tepkisi, geçmişten öğrenebileceklerimiz ve hepimizin almamız gereken güvenlik önlemleri hakkında daha fazla bilgi edinmek ve tartışmak için bir başlangıç noktası sağlar.
1918 İspanyol Gribi salgını ile bugünün Covid 19 salgını arasındaki farklılıkları ve benzerlikleri öğrendikten sonra, öğrenciler hastalıkları ve halkın deneyimlerini karşılaştırıyor ve karşılaştırıyor. Öğrenciler, hastalıkların halk sağlığı üzerindeki etkilerini, halkın tepkisini ve hükümetin tepkisini özellikle not edebilirler.
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Symptoms of the Spanish Flu were fever, sore throat, nausea, diarrhea, and respiratory problems. Most flu outbreaks are dangerous for the very young or the very old, but the Spanish Flu had a higher than expected mortality rate for young adults. The pandemic lasted for about 2 years.
Symptoms of Covid-19 are fever, cough, difficulty breathing, fatigue, body aches, headache, loss of taste or smell, sore throat, congestion, and nausea. While issues and deaths have hit all age groups, Covid-19 has been more serious in older patients or those with underlying health conditions.
A big factor in the worldwide spread of the flu of 1918 was increased travel and WWI where soldiers, sailors, and civilians alike spread the disease.
In modern times, people are used to traveling great distances with ease for work, to see family, etc. Increased travel nationally and internationally contributed to the rapid spread of Covid-19 throughout the world.
MOVIE THEATERS CLOSED!
Salt-Water will keep the Flu away!
Back to Work!
Back to Work!
Government response varied. Some lied and denied the severity, leaving people ill-prepared. Others instituted mask mandates, imposing fines or jail time for not complying. Some closed schools, theaters, and churches. Sone schools had students gargle with warm saltwater.
Research to develop a vaccine began almost immediately. Some cities instituted travel restrictions and mask mandates while others did not. Some schools closed and switched to remote learning while others remained open. Conflicting messages regarding precautions added to confusion.
THANK YOUHEALTHCARE WORKERS!
Masks violate my rights!
Due to conflicting and misinformation, some refused to wear masks and formed "Anti-Mask Leagues" to protest ordinances. Others volunteered to help, turning homes, schools, and other buildings into makeshift hospitals as real hospitals were overwhelmed.
Turned into a makeshift hospital! Volunteers welcome!
Due to conflicting and misinformation some people refused to wear masks or socially distance and even protested against it. Others encouraged staying home and showed their support for healthcare and essential workers.
From February 1918 to April 1920, about 500 million people (1/3 of the world's population!) became infected with the Spanish Flu. At least 50 million people died worldwide. About 675,000 people died in the United States.
The Covid 19 pandemic began in December 2019 and is still ongoing as of February 2021, with 27,101,604 confirmed cases and 465,435 deaths in U.S. as of 2/9/21.