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"dr max stark" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

07:57 min | 8 months ago

"dr max stark" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

"Welcome to kiss myths and mysteries. I'd your host Kit Chrome and like you. I've been washing my hands for twenty seconds and wearing gloves face mask when I go out of sheltering in place and I've been hearing over and over again. This is never happened before this pandemic this shutting down of America but that's not true. I have gathered some facts about what I call a forgotten pandemic no this isn't the HIV this isn SARS. This is h one n one. The Spanish flu was unusually deadly pandemic involving the H. One and one influence virus infected five hundred million people around the world or about twenty seven percent of the world population which in one thousand nine hundred eighteen was about one point. Nine billion over fifty million people died yet it was overshadowed by the end of World War. One that's why I call it. The Forgotten Pandemic. That was the war by the way to end all wars and the creation of the armistice that followed the. Spanish flu was forgotten so forgotten cycle. -PEDIA Britannica didn't included in his review of the most eventful events of the twentieth century. World War ended in November of nineteen eighteen and the Spanish flu peaked. Just a month later. Now it peaked a month later in early January nineteen eighteen but more people died of the Spanish flu that in the war that that was of course World War One. The economic impact on the United States came in at about a hundred and sixty six point. Five billion dollars. Remember this was nineteen eighteen. I was a lot of money. Wow that's a lot of money. Now that would be nearly a trillion dollars in today's dollars areas of the US were hit hard in the winter of nineteen eighteen coal deliveries were so affected. That many people in the New England states couldn't keep their homes warm and froze to death in their homes. Thousands of businesses across the country were closed for a lack of staff who weren't just out or out because business was closed but they were sick and dying in September nineteen eighteen Philadelphia held its liberty loan parade to raise money for war bonds. The patriotic procession consisted of soldiers. Boy Scouts marched bass local dignitaries and stretched two miles. Over two hundred thousand spectators packed the sidewalks and seventy two hours after the parade all thirty one hospitals in Philadelphia were full and two thousand. Six hundred people died by the end of the week. The Public Health Response in Saint. Louis couldn't have been more different even before the first case of Spanish flu have been recorded in the hell in the city health. Commissioner Dr Max. Stark Loft had local physicians on high alert and wrote an editorial in the Saint. Louis Post dispatch about the importance of avoiding crowds sound. Familiar doesn't sound familiar. South in San Francisco. Health officials put their full faith behind gauze masks. California Governor William Stevens declared that it was a patriotic duty. Every American citizen to wear a mask and San Francisco eventually made it the law citizens cotton public without a mask or wearing improperly. Were arrested charged with disturbing the peace and fine five dollars. Well there are fine south today if you form a crowd or gathering or don't wear your mask but the Spanish Food Circle Lear three times. San Francisco's luck ran out when the third wave of the Spanish flu struck January late January. Nineteen nineteen believing mass. Were what saved them the first time. Businesses and theater fought back against public gathering orders. Sounds like a few states. I know him. As a result. San Francisco ended up suffering some of the highest death rates from the Spanish flu nationwide. Why because they didn't respect the issue of public gathering the two thousand seven analysis out that if San Francisco had kept all of this anti-flu protection in place through the spring of Nineteen nineteen. It could reduced gaffes by ninety percent. The immediate economic consequences of one thousand nine hundred eighteen stemmed from the panic surrounding the spread of the flu. Large cities including New York and Philadelphia were essentially shutdown as their populations became bedridden acid. Italy now businesses were closed. Sporting events cancelled private gatherings including funerals band to stem the spread of the disease. Okay all of this sounds incredibly familiar. New York being shutdown sporting events. Cancel private gatherings including funerals and to stem the spread of the disease to sal familiar yet. I'm hearing this has never happened before the lessons from nineteen eighteen or many but there are three that stand out first. Public Health Response to the spread of the disease. Must Focus on containment. The reason quite the nineteen eighteen pandemic resulted in so many desk was a so many people caught the deceased in the first place and that wouldn't have happened if they'd respected social distance seen as we are supposedly doing today they were exposed because policy makers failed to stop the spread. Indeed there inactions help spread the flu. More widely researchers found that U. S. cities which implemented efforts to reduce infectious contact between people in the early nineteen. Eighteen outbreak had significantly lower peak death rates than cities. That were later to adopt disease containment policy. She can look across our states and sees similarities. The second lesson is that good information is the key to disease control. We cannot afford a media blackout or worse and active disinformation campaign. You can already see the terrible consequences of such policies in China and Iran. The truth always come out eventually. There is nothing to be gained from hiding it. Indeed government stand to lose if censorship social unrest political. Scientists are already speculating on the long term. Political impact of media manipulation of the corona virus in the news in China. The third lesson is that we must prepare for the economic and human consequences of the virus and the act to minimize its impact. This pandemic is both shock to demand and supply justice Disease is highly contagious. So too is the economic crisis is causing the Labor lost from implementing the recommended fourteen days of self-isolation for Suspected Cases. Alone will have serious. Economic implications were passed at this point closing down. In higher regions or countries recently enacted in Italy will no doubt cause a recession and perhaps global recession new fiscal policy measures? Which now also come into play individuals in low-paid precarious employment to serve targeted attention. Where medical care sick? Leave costly this can force people to go to work. Even if they are so carrying the virus justice in Nineteen. Eighteen people are more polluted. Urban areas are likely to be particularly risk. These are populations that are already more susceptible to respiratory illness. Do Environmental Factors special measures to help. These groups must be considered. Well what I call. The forgotten pandemic was produced. Here at nine hundred. Sounds Studio Bossard by.

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"dr max stark" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

08:15 min | 8 months ago

"dr max stark" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

"Chrome after over two hundred fifty original and different stories. I've had so many requests to repeat one on the forgotten pandemic the Spanish flu. I decided to repeat that podcast. Now I am reading this with a few changes involved. It was. The Spanish. Flu was an unusually deadly pandemic involving the h. One and one influenza virus in infected five hundred million people around the world or about twenty seven percent of the world population which was around one point nine billion at the time this is nineteen eighteen over fifty million people died yet it was overshadowed by the end of World War One the war to end all wars the creation of the armistice. The Spanish flu was so forgotten. That encyclopedia Britannica didn't include it. In its review of the most eventful events of the Twentieth Century World War One ended in November of Nineteen. Eighteen in this faddish Lou peaked just a month later in early. January nineteen eighteen which means that the flu was going on during World War. One more people died from the Spanish flu than died from bullets in World War. One think about that more people died in the Spanish flu than the war basically. That's it. The economic impact of the United States came in at about one hundred and sixty six point. Five billion dollars now remember. This was nineteen eighteen that would be nearly a trillion dollars in today's dollars areas of the. Us were hit hard. In the winter of one thousand nine hundred eighteen coal deliveries were so affected that many people in New England all along the East Coast couldn't keep their homes warm and they froze to death that winter thousands of businesses across the country were closed. Not for a lack of staff so much as those that were out sick with the flu. It was said that an individual a healthy adult could come in with symptoms of flu. Spanish flu in the morning. Be Sick throughout the day and the following morning he or she would be dead in September of Nineteen Eighteen Philadelphia. Held its liberty loan parade to raise money for war bonds. The patriotic procession consisted of soldiers. Boy Scouts marching bands and local dignitaries and stretch for two miles over two hundred thousand spectators packed the sidewalks seventy two hours after the parade all thirty one hospitals Philadelphia were full and twenty. Six hundred people died with by the end of that week. The Public Health Response. Saint Louis couldn't have been more different. This is something we need to pay attention to today. Even before the first case of Spanish flu have been reported in the city health commissioners looking at other cities and states and the commissioner Dr Max Stark off had local physicians on high alert and Rodent aditorial on the Saint. Louis Post dispatch about the importance of voiding crowds in San Francisco. Health officials put their full faith behind gauze masks and isolation California governor. William Stevens declared that it was a patriotic duty of every American citizen to wear a mask and stay in quarantine. San Francisco eventually made it law citizens cotton public without a massacre worried. Improperly were arrested charged with disturbing the peace and fine five dollars but the Spanish flu circle the Earth. Three times and San Francisco's luck ran out when the third wave of the Spanish flu struck in January. Nineteen nineteen believing mass. Were the main reason that they done so well. With the first wave of the Spanish flu they felt is what saved them. Businesses and theaters. This is during the third wave fought back against public idea that you couldn't gather in public as a result. San Francisco ended up suffering some of the highest death rates from the Spanish flu. Nationwide that proves the isolation. A quarantine makes a difference. The two thousand seven analysis found that if San Francisco had kept all of its anti-flu protections in place. That would be quarantined. Through the spring of Nineteen nineteen could have reduced deaths by ninety percent the immediate economic consequences of nineteen eighteen down from the panic surrounding the spread of the flu. Large cities including New York and Philadelphia were essentially temporarily shut down as their populations became bedridden as it is now in Italy. A lot of lessons to be learned here. Businesses were closed in both cities. Sporting events cancelled private gatherings council including funerals band so that they could spread the disease. So what's the takeaway aside from a history lesson a Lotta takeaways the lesson from nineteen eighteen or many but there are three that standout I the public health response to the spread of the disease must focus on containment? The reason why the nineteen eighteen pandemic resulted in so many death was as so many people caught the disease so fast in the first place and that was before containment that was before quarantined. That was when people were wondering what's going on. This isn't a regular flu season. They were exposed. Because policymakers failed to stop the spread. Indeed there in actions helped spread the flu more widely communicable disease control policy works researchers found that US cities which implemented efforts to reduce infectious contact between people early in nineteen. Eighty outbreak had significantly lower peak death rates than cities that were later to adopt disease containment policies. The second lesson is a good information is Akitas to disease control. We cannot afford a media blackout or worse. An Act of disinformation campaign and we can already see that terrible consequences of such policies in Iran and China. The truth always comes out eventually. There is nothing to be gained from hiding it. Indeed government stand to lose if censorship leads to social unrest political. Scientists are speculating on the long term. Political impact of media manipulation of the corona virus news from China and remember there are three classic stressors that create fear that is something that is unpredictable uncontrollable and sustained and from those three. Stressors comes fear. Communication gets rid of those stressors. The third lesson is that we must prepare for the economic and human consequences of the virus enact to minimize its impact. This pandemic is both a shock to demand and supply justice. So disease is highly contagious. So too is the economic crisis in causes the Labor lost from implementing the recommended fourteen days of self-isolation for suspected cases alone will have serious economic him implications no doubt closing down entire regions or countries are as recently enacted. Italy will no doubt cause a recession? Nusa fiscal policy measures must now also come into play individuals and low-paid precarious employment to serve targeted attention. As much as anyone else where medical care and sick. Leave our costly. This can force people to go to work. Even if they're still carrying the virus justice in one thousand nine hundred eighteen people are polluted. Urban areas are likely to be particularly at risk. These populations that are already more susceptible to respiratory illness due to environmental factors. This would be like are homeless cities special measures help. These groups must be considered. I called this the forgotten pandemic and it was produced here night all sound studio and repeated on request I received over one hundred requests to hear this.

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The Spanish Flu

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

08:04 min | 8 months ago

The Spanish Flu

"After over two hundred fifty original and different stories. I've had so many requests to repeat one on the forgotten pandemic the Spanish flu. I decided to repeat that podcast. Now I am reading this with a few changes involved. It was. The Spanish. Flu was an unusually deadly pandemic involving the h. One and one influenza virus in infected five hundred million people around the world or about twenty seven percent of the world population which was around one point nine billion at the time this is nineteen eighteen over fifty million people died yet it was overshadowed by the end of World War One the war to end all wars the creation of the armistice. The Spanish flu was so forgotten. That encyclopedia Britannica didn't include it. In its review of the most eventful events of the Twentieth Century World War One ended in November of Nineteen. Eighteen in this faddish Lou peaked just a month later in early. January nineteen eighteen which means that the flu was going on during World War. One more people died from the Spanish flu than died from bullets in World War. One think about that more people died in the Spanish flu than the war basically. That's it. The economic impact of the United States came in at about one hundred and sixty six point. Five billion dollars now remember. This was nineteen eighteen that would be nearly a trillion dollars in today's dollars areas of the. Us were hit hard. In the winter of one thousand nine hundred eighteen coal deliveries were so affected that many people in New England all along the East Coast couldn't keep their homes warm and they froze to death that winter thousands of businesses across the country were closed. Not for a lack of staff so much as those that were out sick with the flu. It was said that an individual a healthy adult could come in with symptoms of flu. Spanish flu in the morning. Be Sick throughout the day and the following morning he or she would be dead in September of Nineteen Eighteen Philadelphia. Held its liberty loan parade to raise money for war bonds. The patriotic procession consisted of soldiers. Boy Scouts marching bands and local dignitaries and stretch for two miles over two hundred thousand spectators packed the sidewalks seventy two hours after the parade all thirty one hospitals Philadelphia were full and twenty. Six hundred people died with by the end of that week. The Public Health Response. Saint Louis couldn't have been more different. This is something we need to pay attention to today. Even before the first case of Spanish flu have been reported in the city health commissioners looking at other cities and states and the commissioner Dr Max Stark off had local physicians on high alert and Rodent aditorial on the Saint. Louis Post dispatch about the importance of voiding crowds in San Francisco. Health officials put their full faith behind gauze masks and isolation California governor. William Stevens declared that it was a patriotic duty of every American citizen to wear a mask and stay in quarantine. San Francisco eventually made it law citizens cotton public without a massacre worried. Improperly were arrested charged with disturbing the peace and fine five dollars but the Spanish flu circle the Earth. Three times and San Francisco's luck ran out when the third wave of the Spanish flu struck in January. Nineteen nineteen believing mass. Were the main reason that they done so well. With the first wave of the Spanish flu they felt is what saved them. Businesses and theaters. This is during the third wave fought back against public idea that you couldn't gather in public as a result. San Francisco ended up suffering some of the highest death rates from the Spanish flu. Nationwide that proves the isolation. A quarantine makes a difference. The two thousand seven analysis found that if San Francisco had kept all of its anti-flu protections in place. That would be quarantined. Through the spring of Nineteen nineteen could have reduced deaths by ninety percent the immediate economic consequences of nineteen eighteen down from the panic surrounding the spread of the flu. Large cities including New York and Philadelphia were essentially temporarily shut down as their populations became bedridden as it is now in Italy. A lot of lessons to be learned here. Businesses were closed in both cities. Sporting events cancelled private gatherings council including funerals band so that they could spread the disease. So what's the takeaway aside from a history lesson a Lotta takeaways the lesson from nineteen eighteen or many but there are three that standout I the public health response to the spread of the disease must focus on containment? The reason why the nineteen eighteen pandemic resulted in so many death was as so many people caught the disease so fast in the first place and that was before containment that was before quarantined. That was when people were wondering what's going on. This isn't a regular flu season. They were exposed. Because policymakers failed to stop the spread. Indeed there in actions helped spread the flu more widely communicable disease control policy works researchers found that US cities which implemented efforts to reduce infectious contact between people early in nineteen. Eighty outbreak had significantly lower peak death rates than cities that were later to adopt disease containment policies. The second lesson is a good information is Akitas to disease control. We cannot afford a media blackout or worse. An Act of disinformation campaign and we can already see that terrible consequences of such policies in Iran and China. The truth always comes out eventually. There is nothing to be gained from hiding it. Indeed government stand to lose if censorship leads to social unrest political. Scientists are speculating on the long term. Political impact of media manipulation of the corona virus news from China and remember there are three classic stressors that create fear that is something that is unpredictable uncontrollable and sustained and from those three. Stressors comes fear. Communication gets rid of those stressors. The third lesson is that we must prepare for the economic and human consequences of the virus enact to minimize its impact. This pandemic is both a shock to demand and supply justice. So disease is highly contagious. So too is the economic crisis in causes the Labor lost from implementing the recommended fourteen days of self-isolation for suspected cases alone will have serious economic him implications no doubt closing down entire regions or countries are as recently enacted. Italy will no doubt cause a recession? Nusa fiscal policy measures must now also come into play individuals and low-paid precarious employment to serve targeted attention. As much as anyone else where medical care and sick. Leave our costly. This can force people to go to work. Even if they're still carrying the virus justice in one thousand nine hundred eighteen people are polluted. Urban areas are likely to be particularly at risk. These populations that are already more susceptible to respiratory illness due to environmental factors. This would be like are homeless cities special measures help. These groups must be considered.

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"dr max stark" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

07:23 min | 9 months ago

"dr max stark" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

"Welcome to kiss myths and mysteries. I'm your host Kit crumb today. I'm going to take a look back. One hundred two years at the forgotten pandemic. But before you say. Wait a minute I want to hear about a pandemic in the past when we're in the middle of a pandemic right now as because what we forgot about. We'll help us through this pandemic. The Spanish flu was an unusually deadly pandemic involving the H One n one influenza virus in infected five hundred million people around the world or about twenty seven percents of the world's population which was in nineteen eighteen. One point nine billion people over fifty million people died yet it was overshadowed by the end of world or won the war to end all wars and the creation of the armistice afterwards. The Spanish flu was so forgotten. That encyclopedia Britannica didn't included in. Its review the most eventful events of the Twentieth Century World War One ended in November of one thousand nine hundred eighteen and the Spanish flu peaked. Just a month later in early July of the same year nine thousand eighteen more people died of the Spanish flu than in the war. South many people that died in the war died of the Spanish flu. The economic impact on the United States came in at about one point. Actually one hundred sixty six point. Five billion dollars a remember. This was nineteen eighteen that would be nearly a trillion dollars in today's money areas of the. Us were hit hard in the winter of nineteen eighteen cold liveries were so affected. That many people in the New England states couldn't get their homes warm and froze to death that winter thousands of businesses across the country were closed. Not because they were laying off people but because the staff was sick with the Spanish flu and September Nineteen Eighteen Philadelphia held its liberty loan parade to raise money for war bonds. The patriotic procession consisted of soldiers. Boy Scouts marching bands and local dignitaries stretched for over two miles and over. Two hundred thousand spectators packed the sidewalks seventy two hours after the parade all thirty one hospitals in Philadelphia were full and by the end of the week. Two thousand six hundred people had died. The Public Health Response in Saint Louis couldn't have been more different even before. The first case of Spanish flu had been reported the city health. Commissioner Dr Max. Stark lawf- had local physicians on high alert and wrote an editorial in the Saint. Louis Post dispatch about the importance of avoiding crowds does sound familiar in San Francisco. Health officials put their full faith behind gauze masks. California Governor William Stevens declared that it was the patriotic duty of every American citizen to wear a mask and San Francisco eventually made it the law citizens cotton public without Bhaskar wearing it. Improperly were arrested charged with disturbing the peace and find five dollars but the Spanish flu circle earlier three times. San Francisco's luck ran out when the third wave of the Spanish flu struck January late January of nineteen nineteen believing mask. Were what saved them the first time. Businesses and theater fought back against public gathering restrictions and as a result San Francisco ended up suffering some of the highest death rates from Spanish flu. Nationwide the two thousand seven analysis found this if San Francisco had kept all of this anti-flu protections in place through the spring of Nineteen nineteen. It could have reduced death spy ninety percent. The immediate economic consequences of nineteen eighteen stemmed from the panic surrounding the spread of the flu. Large cities including New York and Philadelphia were essentially temporarily shutdown as are populations became As in Italy now businesses were closed sporting events castle. Private gatherings including funerals Bantu stem the spread of the disease. So what's the takeaway? Aside from a history lesson lessons from one thousand. Nine hundred eighteen are many but there are three that stand out. I the public health response to the spread of the disease. Must Focus on containment the reason why the nineteen eighteen pandemic resulted in so many death was so many people caught the disease in the first place they were exposed because policy makers failed to stop the spread indeed there inactions help spread the flu more widely. Communicable Disease Control Policy Works. It works because it were then in nineteen eighteen and avoiding crowds. It'll work now. Twenty twenty researchers found the US cities which implemented efforts to reduce infectious contact between people or social distancing that broke out in one thousand nine hundred eighteen has significantly lowered the peak death rates than cities. That were later to adopt disease. Containment POLICIES. So the disease containment policies of nineteen eighteen. Were pretty much only. Stay away from those that are infected. The second lesson is a good information as Akitas disease control we cannot afford a media blackout or worse and active disinformation campaign. We can already see the terrible consequences of such policies in Iran. The truth always come out eventually. There is nothing be gained from hiding it. Indeed governments stand to lose a censorship leads to social unrest political. Scientists are already speculating on the long term political impact of media manipulation of the Corona Snooze in China. The third lesson is that we must prepare for the economic and human consequences of the virus act to minimize its impact. This pandemic is both a shock to demand and supply. Just as the disease is highly contagious. So too is the economic crisis. It causes the Labor loss from implementing the recommended fourteen days of self-isolation for suspected cases alone will have serious economic implications closing down entire regions or countries as recently enacted in Italy will no doubt cause a recession new fiscal policy measures must now also come into play individuals and low paid precarious employment deserve targeted attention for medical care in sick leave or costly Viskhan Force people to go to work even if they are still carried the virus justice in nineteen eighteen people in more polluted. Urban areas are likely to be particularly at risk so now also these are populations that are already more susceptible to respiratory illness due to environmental factors special measures to help these groups must be considered..

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