Tue. Jan 18th, 2022


The Telegraph

Was the Russian flu a ‘coronavirus’? What the 1890s pandemic tells us about how Covid might end

The fourth wave of the pandemic, like the three that preceded it, was marked by a dry cough, an intense headache and what one medical correspondent described as “a feverish malaise”. Soon, both the Prime Minister and the leader of the opposition were confined to their sickbeds and London hospitals were struggling to cope.

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