The Hong Kong Flu Killed 100,000 Americans, But the Economy Didn’t Shut Down | Larry Elder

Larry Elder takes a look at two of the other major pandemics in history: the Spanish Flu in 1918 and the Hong Kong Flu of 1968. The response to these other pandemics varied from location to location, but what were the actual results? In comparison, has the response to the current pandemic been appropriate?

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