What Hamburg's Missteps In 1892 Cholera Outbreak Can Teach Us About COVID-19 Response

As the world comes to terms with how governments have responded to today's coronavirus pandemic, some are looking to history to guide them. Chief among those lessons is the need "to have proper precautions in place," and not to try and hush it up or try and deny its existence. Then it has fatal consequences for many, many people.

Publisher: NPR | Author: Rob Schmitz

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guidance, history, precautions, and reopening
DATE PUBLISHED
2020-05-06 (Modified: 2021-09-20)

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