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16 December, 14:45

The mortality rate of the third wave was just as high as the second wave, but the end of the war in November 1918 removed the conditions that allowed the disease to spread so far and so quickly. Global deaths from the third wave, while still in the millions, paled in comparison to the apocalyptic losses during the second wave.

A. True

B. False

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  1. 16 December, 16:03
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    Option A = > true.

    Explanation:

    Pandemics means a general outbreak of diseases across the whole world. Currently, the whole world is witnessing the impact of the Coronavirus today. The Coronavirus we are all experiencing today is not the first pandemic, there has been several ones. The first one and which is referred to as the most deadly outbreak is normally described as the the first wave, second wave and the third wave of the Spanish flu that started on the 11th day of the month of August, in the year 1918 (first wave) claimed a lot of lives. The second wave occured around December, the year 1918 and the third wave occured in the year 1919.

    The Statement in the question above is true.
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