Spanish Flu Epidemic of 1918-1919 and Implications for the Next Pandemic
10/10/2018 07:00 PM - 08:00 PM ET
- $4.00 - WHS Members
- $5.00 - Seniors and Students
- $6.00 - Adults
With Connecticut State Epidemiologist Dr. Matthew Carter. World War I killed 17 million people. The epidemic that started in the war’s final year infected 500 million and may have killed 50-100 million (up to 5% of the global population). Both events forever changed world history, politics, and human life.Event Registration is closed.
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