The virus taught us that the human species is not as powerful as it fancies itself to be

The year Covid forced us to feel the texture of history

In February 1918, the world was hit by a flu that those who lived through at the time had never experienced: the Spanish flu, which lasted until 1920.

It is estimated that the Spanish flu infected about 500-million people worldwide and killed a whopping 50-million people...

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