The 1918 influenza pandemic ended in the summer of 1919. The disease was first detected in the U.S. in March 1918, and it surged three separate times. The second wave of illness (in the fall of 1918) was responsible for most of the deaths.
My wife's father, (born in 1915) who has already passed in 1994 but before his death always told the family this story, way before any of the events of today. At three to four years old told everyone in his family he remembered a plague where he had to find his own food & fend for himself, he remembered being very hungry & no one could help him get anything to eat. Everyone, in his family was ill unable to do anything. Several children brothers & sisters died in his own family at that time. That event changed his life forever, he always asked & said to everyone even to the little grandchildren who couldn’t even talk yet: “Did you get enough to eat?” and he always saved money & never spent on any wasteful luxurious items. No one in the family can argue this fact because he left us all with a fat fat bank account. Who knew?
The 1918 pandemic lasted a touch over two years, and eventually faded after the fourth wave, thanks to mixture of social distancing, mask wearing, isolation of cases, and herd immunity.
The virus was never completely defeated, the Spanish Flu hasn't really disappeared from the world. The cases keep it up popping every now then, but in isolated instances never spiraling out of control to succeed in its previous pandemic level.
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1918-1919 The Influenza Pandemic was in 1918 to 1919
Is it a the flu epidemic or flu pandemic
The 1918 pandemic of the Spanish Flu killed multiple millions world wide.
YES. The 1918 flu pandemic killed over 20 million people worldwide.
It was the Spanish flu pandemic of 1918-1920, and it is estimated to have been responsible for approximately 80 million deaths world wide.
The pandemic has met the WHO criteria to be considered over, and we are now in the Post Pandemic phase.
The 1918 Spanish flu pandemic was closely related to an avian virus.
Spanish flu 1918-1920
Statistically, a pandemic as in the 1918 flu pandemic which killed at least 675,000 people
The influenza epidemic (or pandemic) of 1918 was the most deadly in history. It was believed to have broken out in Spain, so it is known as the Spanish flu.