Amid the Asian Flu of 1957-1958, Lockdowns Were Rejected

Amid the Asian Flu of 1957-1958, Lockdowns Were Rejected
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The Asian flu of 1957-58 was a deadly pandemic with a broader reach for severe outcomes than Covid-19 of 2020. It killed between 1 and 4 million people worldwide, and 116,000 in the US in a time with half the population. It was a leading contributor to a year in which the US saw 62,000 excess deaths. 
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