The world has changed. More than a hundred years have passed since the United States experienced its last pandemic, with its accompanied broad economic disruption and human mortality. The 1918 influenza pandemic outbreak slowed the world, but it didn’t stop it. The same will be true of the 2020 coronavirus pandemic.
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