Cities implementing early restrictions had lower mortality rates for the length of 1918 flu: Check out

Cities implementing early restrictions had lower mortality rates for the length of 1918 flu: Check out

Researchers assessing the preventative measures adopted during the 1918-19 Spanish flu pandemic have found that cities which enforced early, broad isolation and prevention measures had lower mortality rates. The scientists, including Stefan E. Pambuccian from Loyola University in the US, reviewed published research from three papers dating back to the Spanish flu pandemic which affected…

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Enforcing strict social distancing measures may additionally prevent Covid 19 outbreak: Lancet

Singapore researchers have found that enforcement of strict social distancing measures may help limit the spread of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19). This includes quarantining of people infected with the new coronavirus and their family members, school closures plus quarantine, and workplace distancing plus quarantine, in that order, are effective at…

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