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Then and now : a look back at the 1918 Spanish flu pandemic can tell us a lot about how COVID-19 might play out

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      <subfield code="a">A couple years (or was that months?) past, in February 2020, the United States government began planning in earnest for the arrival of COVID-19. By March, numerous media outlets ran pieces on the 1918 "Spanish" flu. Now as we find ourselves further along in the current pandemic, let's take another look at what remains the most severe pandemic in modern history. Reflecting on how COVID-19 is tracking against the 1918 flu can help us anticipate the next phases of this outbreak.</subfield>
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