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History prof catalogs Fresno response to 1918-19 ‘Spanish’ Flu

Courtesy of Fresno State News; by Lucero Benitez, communications specialist, College of Social Sciences

A little over a century ago, in 1918-19, a deadlier respiratory virus killed 50 to 100 million people worldwide. That influenza pandemic sparked similar responsesTo provide some historical context for the current state of affairs, Dr. Ethan Kytle, professor and chair for the Fresno State History Department