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It seems that once in 100 years the world is devastated by a pandemic.

The last recent pandemics are the following: In the year 1720 plague, in the year 1820 cholera outbreak and the most recent pandemic was the Spanish flu of 1920.

The researchers said that all of these pandemics mentioned above have exactly the same pattern as the coronavirus outbreak in China.However, the precision with which these pandemics occur at exactly 100 years of age makes us think better about this topic.

What happened in 1720?

The great plaugue in Marselli was the last of the significant European outbreaks of bubonic plaugue. Arriving in Marselli, France in 1720, the dieaes killed a total of 100,000 people; 50,000 in the city during the next two years and another 50,000 to the north in surrounding provinces and towns.

What happened in 1820?

The first cholera pandemic : By 1820, cholera had spread to Thailand ,Indonesia and the Philippines .On the island of Java alone, the outbreak caused the death of 100,000 people. Nightingale was put in charge of nursing British and allied soldiers in turkey during the “Crimean war”. She spent many hours in the wards and her night rounds giving personal care to the wounded establish her pic as a “Lady with the lamp”.

What happened in 1920?

The Spanish flu Pandemic of 1918, the deadliest in history, infected an estimated 500 million people worldwide- about 1/3rd of the planets population – and killed an estimated 20 million to 50 million victims, including some 675,000 Americans. The 1918 flu was first observed in Europe, The United State and parts of Asia before Swiftly spreading around the world. At the time, there were no effective drugs or vaccines to treat this killer flu strain.

Does the plauge exist still?

Yes, the plague exists, and it’s not the only old-time disease still lurking. While the plague is extremely rare today, many express shock that cases still pop up at all. … According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, there are an average of seven cases of plague each year.

How did it end? The most popular theory of how the plauge ended is through the implementations of quarantine.The uninfected would typically remain in their homes and only leave when it was necessary, while those who could afford to do so would leave the more densely populated areas and live in greater isolation.

What’s happening in 2020?

Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is an infectious disease  caused by sever a respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2.The disease was first identified in December 2019 in Wuhan, the capital of China’s Hubie  province, and has since spread globally, resulting in the ongoing 2019-20 coronavirus pandemic.

How many deaths from 1720 – 2020 because of plaugue?

In year 1720- 100,000 people cause Bubonic plaugue

In year 1820- 121,000 to 143,000 people per year Cholera.

In year 1920- 50,000,000 people “Spanish flu “.

In year 2020- 350,000 death of people worldwide as of April 2020.

COVID-19 is forcing entire countries into lock down, killing thousands of people and devastating the global economy. The virus is so easily transmitted it is possible that approximately 60% of all people in the world could become infected without radical containment measures.There is no easy answer but I would like to offer some thoughts based on the Situation going.

First is the concept of “social distancing”. While it is imperative that we break the chain of transmission by keeping physical distance from each other, never have we all needed connection so much. 

Second, the commitment to innovation for COVID-19 diagnostics, vaccines and therapeutics is humbling and a true global effort. But we absolutely must keep it like that: innovation from every corner of the world, for the whole world. Infectious diseases leave no room for partisan agendas, and these essential innovations must be accessible to all as global goods or we will not be victorious.

Third, this unparalleled global effort to tackle an infectious disease must leave a positive and lasting legacy. Not just of successfully overcoming COVID-19, but of stronger health systems that are able to provide health for all. This should be a legacy of true political commitment to real investment in epidemic preparedness that can improve outcomes for people with any disease.


Thank you for reading!

Noorien Misbha 🔝

Published by Noorien Misbha



  1. Jesus conquered the world too. So did Pandora or Steve Liesman (first native America) or that dope Obama who, for some reason thinks, he has god given rights. The Nazi had the same issue, but.. only women can change it. Men gave up years ago. No hope.

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      1. Maybe, we are not made for the same, world. I had the feeling years ago, that there is another world for people like you. People who can entertain themselves, people who don’t care to work or cook or clean. Artistic people. Worlds like Smurfs, Narnia, Avatars. I think that world is waiting.


      2. You are a prime. Leading a new world. Miracles are always possible, in Harmony with everything. The fewer people, the quicker the solution. The more people, the better it will be. ENDURANCE is, when you give up and try again.
        Optimus Prime 🤠


      3. Hello Noorien. It looks like, people finaly understand, that earth was not made for them, but for those who created it. Not everybody likes to have children, or wants violence ir hard work. Some simply prefer to live like children, others do not wont a biological world.


      4. Face control is magic. Give it up or slow it down until it stops. We invented it. But it’s all yours. The magic.


      5. Look at Shivaji and Isaac Newton. The same person. A gay who causes disasters. Met one of him about 7 times. Nose! Eldest no. 88. 💣


      6. Use you fantasy to create new worlds or forms of existence. If you fail, and you all will, try again later. Our past wishes or bad intentions stop or sabotage our common success. You can bea goddess in another world, with supernatural powers, because you ir anybody can become a chosen one. You define nature, but not here anymore. Enjoy 😁


  2. Jesus conquered the world too. So did Pandora or Steve Liesman (first native America) or that dope Obama who, for some reason thinks, he has god given rights. The Nazi had the same issue, but.. only women can change it. Men gave up years ago. No hope.

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  3. There was that movie, Inferno, and probably a dozen more with the same topic. 2 years ago, a social outcast like myself, just brought back from death, said. We probably need another virus, before things change. His domina and his two dogs agreed. And, he was right. Funny enough. The village near Lucerne has a pub called virus. It’s wishes come true. (i know this virus was triggered by Boeing’s ceos, eldest no 16, witch queen, Nero)

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