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Pandemic Flu

Pandemic refers to contagious or Infectious Diseases that are usually worldwide or spread across several continents. Some examples of diseases that have caused past pandemics would be cholera, small pox, the Bubonic Plague, typhus, the Spanish flu, and the Asian flu.

Flu refers to influenza. Human influenza pandemics, such as the 2009 novel Swine Flu (A-H1N1/09) pandemic, are caused by the influenza virus subtypes of A-H1N1. A-H1N1/09 is the subtype that caused this recent swine flu pandemic. It was declared a pandemic on June 11, 2009 by WHO (World Health Organisation). A flu virus that becomes prevalent throughout the world (Apex)

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A worldwide flu epidemic (got it right on apex)

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Is it a the flu epidemic or flu pandemic

What is the worst flu pandemic in history?

The 1918 pandemic of the Spanish Flu killed multiple millions world wide.

What are the effects of a flu pandemic?

the effects of a flu pandemic don't need to be lethal because the meaning of the word pandemic is that the disease is spreading fast on a global scale.

What countries are best prepared for pandemic flu?

The United Kingdom is currently the best prepared for the possible flu pandemic.

What is the difference between Swine Flu and pandemic flu?

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What countries have had human Swine Flu cases in 2009?

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Is it a flu epidemic or a flu pandemic?

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In what year did the bird flu pandemic happen?

The bird flu pandemic has happened 4 times in recorded human history. It has occurred in 1918, 1957 as the Asian flu, 1968 in Hong Kong, and in 2009 as the swine flu.

What were the dates of the Spanish Flu pandemic?

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Where did Swine Flu spread?

During the 2009 swine flu H1N1 pandemic, it spread everywhere. It was a true pandemic that was present in all countries of the world.

What risks are associated with a pandemic flu?

The risks associated with a pandemic flu is that it could spread all over the world and cause millions of deaths such as the Spanish flu of 1918. The Spanish flu death toll exceeded 50 million people worldwide.

Is Bird Flu Pandemic containment ethical?


What pandemic hit the world in 1918?

spanish flu

Why did the 1918 flu pandemic end?

Don't know

Where did the Spanish flu hit?

The Spanish Flu was a true Pandemic, affecting every corner of the world.

What caused the most deaths in America?

Statistically, a pandemic as in the 1918 flu pandemic which killed at least 675,000 people

Was the Spanish flu avian or swine?

The 1918 Spanish flu pandemic was closely related to an avian virus.

Did Haiti have Swine Flu?

Yes, swine flu was found during the 2009 pandemic in every country.

What was the big flu pandemic that killed over 20 million people?

Spanish flu 1918-1920

What was the panic of 1957?

Asian Flu Pandemic of 1957-58

What is the difference between a flu epidemic and a flu pandemic?

Epidemic refers to an outbreak of many infections in a particular area, town, county, etc. Pandemic means that the outbreak is happening in many countries.

What is worse the spanish flu or bird flu?

To date the Spanish flu of 1918 has been the worst flu pandemic on record killing millions of people. The present Bid flu (H5N1), which has only killed a few hundred people, remains only a threat as it still cannot be transmitted from human to human a requirement for it to become a pandemic.

How would Travel restictions slow down flu pandemic?

If people can't travel, the virus will be contained preventing a pandemic.

How do you write a sentence for pandemic?

A flu epidemic is sufficiently bad; a pandemic is seldom seen in this area, but would be very dangerous.

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