香港 風邪。 【想像を絶する!】死ぬ前に「絶対イキたい」香港、マカオの風俗に行ってみた。

【いつ終わるコロナ】4ヶ月でワクチン完成も…3年続いた香港風邪を元に考察

🤑Quarantine efforts did not prevent the disease from spreading globally, except possibly to delay its introduction into Australia. If these three criteria are met, the virus can then spread globally. Updated: November 2018 What is a pandemic? Low immunity rates in people less than 65 years of age allowed scientists to predict a pandemic and a vaccine became available in August 1957. Bird flu A strains H5N1 and H7N9, and MERS-CoV have met the first two of the criteria above. Due to its isolation, Australia remained unaffected until 1919. The first wave of illness struck Europe, Asia, Africa and the USA. The pandemic occurred in waves and most deaths occurred between September 1957 and March 1958. Deaths from this virus peaked in December 1968 and January 1969, with those over the age of 65 most likely to die. Influenza pandemics of the 20th and 21st Century Three pandemics occurred during the 20th century with the "Spanish Flu" being by far the most severe. Waves may last weeks to months. Several human flu pandemics occur each century, affecting millions of people. This strain no longer circulates in humans. However if they develop this ability, they could cause a pandemic. Spanish flu was especially able to kill young adults between the ages of 15 and 35, as well as the very young, the elderly and the infirm. Potentially business may significantly impacted due to absenteeism, as employees fall sick or have to care for sick relatives. It is uncertain which population groups will be at the highest risk of disease and death. The pandemic lasted from September 1968 until March 1969. No one can predict which virus strain will cause the next pandemic, how rapidly the disease will spread, or how severe it will be. The last influenza pandemic was in 2009-2010 and experts agree it is inevitable another will occur. The severity of the pandemic depends on the qualities of the virus. At this time, they do not spread readily from person to person. The elderly had the highest rates of death. It was caused by an H1N1 strain of influenza A. A pandemic is a world-wide disease outbreak. Even though this was the era before commercial airline travel, the disease spread across the world within 2 months. Whilst planning for the next flu pandemic is critical and even mandatory for some industries such as healthcare and essential services, every organisation is encouraged to undertake a risk assessment, and ensure business continuity plans encompass the pandemic flu threat. Some cause more severe illness and are more infectious than others. Schools may be temporarily closed, mass gatherings may be cancelled, and in some jurisdictions public health authorities may impose travel restrictions. The virus may have originated in Northern France or the USA. A vaccine is unlikely to be available in the first months of the pandemic, and it is uncertain if there will be an effective antiviral against a new pandemic virus. By the time the virus reached Australia, the flu strain was not as virulent serious but may have remained active for a longer period. No antibiotics or vaccinations were available during this pandemic. Pandemic planning Pandemic planning may mitigate some of these impacts. A form of this virus still circulates as seasonal flu. What we do know Flu pandemics spread in waves. Approximately 30 percent of the world's population was infected and about 50 million people died - many within 48 hours of becoming ill. Quarantines and other public health interventions may slow but are unlikely to prevent global spread.。 。 。

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池上彰&増田ユリヤ「なぜ香港風邪は忘れられたのか?」:日経ビジネス電子版

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外務省: わかる!国際情勢 インフルエンザ・パンデミック~WHO(世界保健機関)の役割

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外務省: わかる!国際情勢 インフルエンザ・パンデミック~WHO(世界保健機関)の役割

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よく昔はスペイン風邪、香港風邪、ソ連風邪で多くの死者を出しているとき...

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風邪は万死のもと

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H3N2亜型

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