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How long did the 1976 Swine Flu last for?


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Answered 2009-11-05 19:24:59

There was no Swine Flu in 1976.

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2020-08-28 16:04:12
Are you some kind of stupid - read a book - of course there was

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There was a lot of worry about swine flu in 1976. In fact, the government made a vaccine and had people get vaccinated. However, there were a lot of bad side effects from the vaccine. And fortunately the swine flu never reached epidemic proportions.


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Swine flu has been around for thousands of years and will come and go getting worse every time!


No. It was proved to be a different strand of Swine flu.


You would not get the same strain of flu you had in 1976 again, but even though it was also called the Swine Flu, it was very different from the one that is causing the 2009 Pandemic. A-H1N1/09 Swine Flu is a new strain that had not been seen before 2009, so you could get it; your infection with the different type of Swine Flu will not give you immunity to this different strain of flu.


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They don't record it anymore, now a flu is just a flu.


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NO. Swine Flu is highly contageous in all but the last day or so of infection. SO NO.


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The pandemic swine flu has been in the news since late March 2009.


A week, Its like the common cold. Though swine fllu is deadly & may last longer.


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it was actually the spanish flu and it lasted from 1918 till 1920 killing 30-40million people


Swine flu is a flu very similar to the regular flu. Tamiflu is a medicine that you take when you have swine flu or other types of influenza.


Just because your child has the swine flu, doesn't mean you do. Your child could get the swine flu even if you don't have it currently.


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It was a swine that got swine flu first.See the related question below for information about the first person with swine flu.


It depends on the specific strain of "swine flu". The version that pigs get has probably been around for almost as long as there have been pigs. One version of swine flu in humans was identified in the 1930's. Another started in 1976. The pandemic version of H1N1/09 began in March 2009 and still circulates in outbreaks across the world but the pandemic of this strain has been declared over. See the related question below about when swine flu started for more detail.


The 1918 flu killed 500,000 Americans and over 20 million worldwide. It took two Uncles and an Aunt of mine. The 1976 swine flu killed David Lewis of MA. The panic to get the drug to innoculate the world out, killed or injured hundreds.


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Smoking can attract swine flu only if you are sharing a cigarette with someone who has swine flu.


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