How Pandemics Change History

A pandemic is an epidemic that spreads through human populations, usually affecting many thousands of people. While some pandemics have been devastating in terms of the number of lives lost, others have had little impact on global life expectancy.

The how were past pandemics resolved is a question that has been asked before. The answer to this question is different for each pandemic, but the resolution of these pandemics was similar in many ways.

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The “what is not an example of historical pandemic” is a question that has been asked many times. It is not uncommon for the answer to be “nothing.” However, there are examples of pandemics in history. The Black Death and the Spanish Flu are two examples.

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