COVID-19 Pandemic: Fear, Anxiety and our Mental Health
As the saying goes: history repeats itself but for those who fail to learn lessons from it, they are often the worst off when the boomerang returns to strike them at the back. The 1918 influenza pandemic, caused by H1N1 virus was perhaps the worst that our humanity had yet encountered. It’s origin debatable (avian or otherwise), it infected over 500 Million people across the globe within a year, and wiped out almost 50 Million humans (40% world population) from the face of the earth.
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