Pandemic Flu: 1918 and Now- Part 3


More than 84-hundred people died in Wisconsin from the 1918 Spanish Influenza outbreak.But the state’s quick response might have kept things from getting worse.Today in our series on the 1918 flu, and this year’s H1N1 outbreak, Michael Leland looks at the state’s response then, and possible lessons for today…

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