100 Years Ago, Thousands Of People In Arizona Died Due To A Strain Of The Flu

In the midst of global, widespread illness, we remember another pandemic that rocked the world: the 1918 Spanish flu outbreak. This incredibly lethal strain of the influenza A virus spread to almost every continent and country, leaving millions dead in its wake. Read on to learn why Arizona was among the hardest-hit states in the nation.

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Did you know just how hard Arizona was hit during the Spanish flu outbreak? Let us know your thoughts.

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