Spanish flu pandemic recollected in Chi Chicago
Spanish flu pandemic recollected in Chicago, looking at the current consequences of COVID-19.
The Spanish Influenza outbreak in the year 1918 killed 8,510 people in Chicago in eight months. It was the most deadly hazardous disease spread in the world, which becomes the reason for around 20- 50 million deaths in 1918 and 1919. Unlike coronavirus, Spanish flu affected young and healthy people more. It swept up the whole United States, with 675,000 deaths.
The current scenario of coronavirus pandemics in Chicago is getting worse day by day. As per the report, 163 confirmed cases of coronavirus were added in one day in Illinois, making the total to 583. The public health officials of Chicago has ordered the people to get diagnosed immediately after finding any symptoms. People recounted the Spanish flu as coronavirus is transmitting rapidly in the nation affecting the citizens and economic condition.