Will the coronavirus outbreak be as bad as the 1918 Spanish flu?  Los Angeles TimesView Full Coverage on Google News
Health experts aren't seeing any signs that the coronavirus will be as catastrophic as the worst pandemic in recent memory: the 1918 Spanish flu.Health experts aren't seeing any signs that the coronavirus will be as catastrophic as the worst pandemic in recent memory: the 1918 Spanish flu.

Will the coronavirus outbreak be as bad as the 1918 Spanish flu? - Los Angeles Times

In 1918, the Spanish flu killed more than 50 million people around the world. The lessons of that outbreak could save countless lives in the fight against the coronavirus.In 1918, the Spanish flu killed more than 50 million people around the world. The lessons of that outbreak could save countless lives in the fight against the coronavirus.

What We Can Learn From the 20th Century’s Deadliest Pandemic - WSJ

Is coronavirus really that much worse than the flu? Yes, it is, and if the past is any guide, staying at home will help keep it from spreading.Is coronavirus really that much worse than the flu? Yes, it is, and if the past is any guide, staying at home will help keep it from spreading.

Coronavirus really is that bad and you should work from home | ZDNet

Did it impact the end of the so-called Great War?Did it impact the end of the so-called Great War?

Coronavirus Is A Killer (But the Spanish Flu Killed Five Times More People Than World War I) | The National Interest

“So apparently Spanish Flu also went by the name of The Spanish Lady. And obviously we had The Black Death. If we're going to do this, surely we need something a bit more romantic or dramatic than "Coronavirus" or "Covid".”

(((Dan Hodges))) on Twitter: "So apparently Spanish Flu also went by the name of The Spanish Lady. And obviously we had The Black Death. If we're going to do this, surely we need something a bit more romantic or dramatic than "Coronavirus" or "Covid"."

“On coronavirus, always read @HowardMarkel. Experience with the Spanish flu in 1918 suggests that closing schools early -- before an outbreak has taken hold -- can make an enormous difference. https://t.co/fNEu88VIMd”

Nicholas Bagley on Twitter: "On coronavirus, always read @HowardMarkel. Experience with the Spanish flu in 1918 suggests that closing schools early -- before an outbreak has taken hold -- can make an enormous difference. https://t.co/fNEu88VIMd"

“"The flu is variable,” he said. “There are some horrible flus like the 1918 pandemic, and some mild ones. Coronavirus has the potential to be very bad.” https://t.co/13QUCQo1q9”

Arngrim on Twitter: ""The flu is variable,” he said. “There are some horrible flus like the 1918 pandemic, and some mild ones. Coronavirus has the potential to be very bad.” https://t.co/13QUCQo1q9"

“Why the coronavirus outbreak isn't likely to be a repeat of the 1918 Spanish flu https://t.co/20ecM6oalH”

Sarah D. Wire on Twitter: "Why the coronavirus outbreak isn't likely to be a repeat of the 1918 Spanish flu https://t.co/20ecM6oalH"

As cases of COVID-19 spread worldwide, one expert tells Yahoo News there’s an important lesson we should learn from the deadliest pandemic in modern history: Tell the truth.As cases of COVID-19 spread worldwide, one expert tells Yahoo News there’s an important lesson we should learn from the deadliest pandemic in modern history: Tell the truth.

Coronavirus and lessons from the Spanish Flu pandemic: "Tell the truth"

Coronavirus is more infectious than the flu. The 1918-19 pandemic killed as many as 50 million people worldwide.Coronavirus is more infectious than the flu. The 1918-19 pandemic killed as many as 50 million people worldwide.

Is The Coronavirus Another Spanish Flu? COVID-19 More Infectious Than Flu

For at least a century, illnesses of international concern have prompted event cancellations, the resurgence of face masks and an aggressive public health response in the Silver State.For at least a century, illnesses of international concern have prompted event cancellations, the resurgence of face masks and an aggressive public health response in the Silver State.

From Spanish flu to SARS: How Nevada has reckoned with outbreaks over the last century

More than a century before the coronavirus, the Spanish influenza killed thousands in San Francisco, where dancing was banned, churches closed and wearing masks was mandatory by city law. Here are photos and stories from the 1918 epidemic. <p>More than a century before <underscore class="character" displayname="underscore" name="underscore" xmlns:cci="urn:schemas-ccieurope.com">the</underscore> coronavirus, the Spanish influenza killed thousands in San Francisco, where dancing was banned, churches closed and wearing masks was mandatory by city law. Here are photos and stories from the 1918 epidemic.</p>

Long before the coronavirus, SF faced the 1918 Spanish flu. It was horrifying - SFChronicle.com

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Although to date coronavirus is not one of the deadliest viruses in history, fear of the outbreak has been potent - Anadolu AgencyAlthough to date coronavirus is not one of the deadliest viruses in history, fear of the outbreak has been potent - Anadolu Agency

Fear of coronavirus may dwarf its danger

Doctors commonly refer to the 1918 Spanish flu outbreak as the greatest medical holocaust in history. A century later, there are several important factors that make the coronavirus outbreak different.Doctors commonly refer to the 1918 Spanish flu outbreak as the greatest medical holocaust in history. A century later, there are several important factors that make the coronavirus outbreak different.

How does coronavirus compare to Spanish flu? COVID-19 has important differences to the 1918 outbreak - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)