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Infectious disease specialists and other medical staff at Spectrum Health hospitals put together a Q&A to answer the biggest coronavirus questions.

Coronavirus Q&A, 15 things to know about COVID-19′s spread - mlive.com

The Spanish flu got worse because the government – and the media – lied about it to the American peopleThe Spanish flu got worse because the government – and the media – lied about it to the American people

Deadly 1918 flu pandemic’s lessons ignored in Trump’s coronavirus response, historian says - The Washington Post

Donald Trump is once again trying to deflect reality.Donald Trump is once again trying to deflect reality.

No, Mr. President, COVID-19 isn't a Democratic Hoax

Now, after many fire drills, the world may be facing a real fire.Now, after many fire drills, the world may be facing a real fire.

“⚠️@BillGates said the #coronavirus looks like the “once-in-a-century pathogen we’ve been worried about.” #COVID19′s case-fatality rate is higher than the 1957 flu #pandemic, which killed ~66,000 in the US. As I’ve been warning. h/t @thespybrief https://t.co/LuVH3cSw5e”

Dr. Dena Grayson on Twitter: "⚠️@BillGates said the #coronavirus looks like the “once-in-a-century pathogen we’ve been worried about.” #COVID19′s case-fatality rate is higher than the 1957 flu #pandemic, which killed ~66,000 in the US. As I’ve been warning. h/t @thespybrief https://t.co/LuVH3cSw5e"

“Useful into about #coronavirus preparedness. Pandemic flu planning checklist for individuals and families - King County https://t.co/ec6IS10WY0”

Jenna Blum on Twitter: "Useful into about #coronavirus preparedness. Pandemic flu planning checklist for individuals and families - King County https://t.co/ec6IS10WY0"

“PM now calling coronavirus a pandemic but WHO says we're not there yet (The 'P word' no longer triggers a formal response by the WHO, after its declaration that swine flu was a pandemic in 2009 drew backlash but it will guide countries) Here's the latest: https://t.co/VoBlDvbwzP”

Sherryn Groch on Twitter: "PM now calling coronavirus a pandemic but WHO says we're not there yet (The 'P word' no longer triggers a formal response by the WHO, after its declaration that swine flu was a pandemic in 2009 drew backlash but it will guide countries) Here's the latest: https://t.co/VoBlDvbwzP"

“Would love to read an case study on how @corona is navigating through the coronavirus headlines. Go dark until it's over? What if it's the new seasonal flu? Do you change the beer's name? "Global pandemic with same name as our brand" isn't really something you see coming... 😮”

Bill D'Alessandro 🚀 on Twitter: "Would love to read an case study on how @corona is navigating through the coronavirus headlines. Go dark until it's over? What if it's the new seasonal flu? Do you change the beer's name? "Global pandemic with same name as our brand" isn't really something you see coming... 😮"

Travel restrictions are becoming a reality, but school closures and remote work are still worst-case scenarios.Travel restrictions are becoming a reality, but school closures and remote work are still worst-case scenarios.

There's not going to be a coronavirus shutdown — yet

People should be concerned but not panicking about the novel coronavirus and its spread, said an Akron physician who chairs the national organization of infectious disease doctors.Dr. Thomas File is the chair of the infectious disease division for Summa Health. He also is the president of the Infectious Diseases Society of America. As head of the organization, he is one of 12 physicians who consult weekly with U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and is also in touch with otherPeople should be concerned but not panicking about the novel coronavirus and its spread, said an Akron physician who chairs the national organization of infectious disease doctors.Dr. Thomas File is the chair of the infectious disease division for Summa Health. He also is the president of the Infectious Diseases Society of America. As head of the organization, he is one of 12 physicians who consult weekly with U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and is also in touch with other

National expert from Akron answers coronavirus questions - News - Akron Beacon Journal - Akron, OH

U.S. President Woodrow Wilson was among the world leaders who made no statement about the Spanish flu in the fall of 1918.

How to prevent coronavirus deaths: 1918 flu pandemic reminds us that information is one of the best medicines - oregonlive.com

Health officials are warning that the deadly novel coronavirus outbreak, also known as Covid-19, has the potential to become a global pandemic. We took a closer look at the world's worst infections that have killed millions.Health officials are warning that the deadly novel coronavirus outbreak has the potential to become a global pandemic. Here's a look at what a pandemic is and a look at the worst infections that have killed millions.

Global Pandemics: Here's a look at some of history's worst pandemics that have killed millions | 6abc.com

With health officials in the state of Washington announcing the nation’s first COVID-19 death, many are now taking a closer look at who is most susceptible to having complications with the respiratory virus.With health officials in the state of Washington announcing the nation’s first COVID-19 death, many are now taking a closer look at who is most susceptible to having complications with the

Facts Not Fear: Who is most at risk for severe coronavirus complications? | WBNS-10TV Columbus, Ohio | Columbus News, Weather & Sports

One-hundred years ago, the Spanish Flu killed 50 million. What lessons does it hold for fighting the current coronavirus outbreak?One-hundred years ago, the Spanish Flu killed 50 million. What lessons does it hold for fighting the current coronavirus outbreak?

Lessons From New York’s 1918 Flu Outbreak

The recent coronavirus outbreak is also a respiratory disease, much similar to the flu, which still claims thousands of lives each year The recent coronavirus outbreak is also a respiratory disease, much similar to the flu, which still claims thousands of lives each year

What's the difference between seasonal flu and coronavirus? | World | thenews.com.pk |

Just over 100 years ago, the so-called Spanish flu killed an estimated 50 million people, in probably the worst pandemic the world has seen. It erupted in the northern hemisphere spring of 1918 andJust over 100 years ago, the so-called Spanish flu killed an estimated 50 million people, in probably the worst pandemic the world has seen. It erupted in the northern hemisphere spring of 1918 and

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