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‘A turning of the page’: Maryland doctors, leaders reflect on end of COVID public health emergency

May 8, 2023
The dedication of our Hospital personnel

The influenza pandemic of 1918 and 1919 sickened a third of the world’s population and killed 1 in every 36 people — 50 million in all. But in the outbreak’s aftermath, history shows those who survived generally didn’t want to talk about it. Americans had plenty else to talk about: the recent conclusion of the First World War, a faltering economy and race riots in dozens of cities around the country.

Article Source: Baltimore Sun

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