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  Posted on: Thursday, June 25, 2020
5 Ways the World Is Better Off Dealing with a Pandemic Now Than in 1918, by: Siddharth Chandra and Eva Kassens-Noor, June 19, 2020
We are part of a team of social scientists that span the fields of epidemiology, geography, history, urban planning and Asian studies who have studied how the influenza pandemic played out in Asia, an understudied region where the largest number of people died. There have been vast advancements in communications, science and medicine over the past 100 years, which may create a better outcome in today’s pandemic.

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