So how did they manage to stop Spanish flu from spreading?

1 Name: Anonymous 2021-11-25 11:46
Was it flu passports they issued? Did they introduce mandatory vaxxxine? Or maybe a country-wide lockdown?
2 Name: Anonymous 2021-11-25 12:35
with holy water and exorcism
3 Name: Anonymous 2021-11-25 13:42

isn't it basically against HIPAA to report that "the hospitals are filled with covid patients"? that means that unless every person signed away their HIPAA privacy when they came in with a little cough from covid and it's "common knowledge".

it's not possible that it could be common knowledge or even released if the beds were all being used by covid victims.
4 Name: Anonymous 2021-11-25 14:49
It couldn't be that the virus ((just)) stopped spreading because it accumulated malicious mutations enough, r-right?
5 Name: Anonymous 2021-11-25 15:56

HIPAA protects you on a federal level so people don't know your health history. suddenly no HIPAA and we know every bed is filled by covid patients, updated by the hour?
6 Name: Anonymous 2021-11-25 17:03
What if I live in a 20 people village and 19 of them are in the hospital? Wouldn't it break privacy?
7 Name: Anonymous 2021-11-25 18:09
So how did they manage to stop Spanish flu from spreading?

they didn't. but after herd immunity kicked in, it went away on its own.
8 Name: Anonymous 2021-11-25 19:33
As a virus replicates, its genes undergo random “copying errors” which, over time, lead to changes in the viruses’ makeup.
The mutations may make it more able to spread, dodge immunity or cause severe disease.
But on some occasions, these mutations become “evolutionary dead ends”, experts say.
9 Name: Anonymous 2021-11-25 21:31
The Spanish flu actually just evolved into a less virulent variant otherwise known as influenza. It became the common cold basically. Through herd immunity basically. Just like at some point covid-19 will just be a common cold.

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