These Pictures Of Nashville During The 1918 Pandemic Proves That History Repeats Itself
COVID-19 has sent the world into a wild season of social distancing, and Tennessee is responding in tune. Folks find themselves isolated in their homes for weeks at a time, and the state government is poised to move as the world’s population responds to a pandemic the United States hasn’t seen the likes of since 1918. If you look back in the state’s archives, you’ll find a shockingly low number of photographic evidence from the pandemic of 1918. Sweeping illness shook the nation and Nashville was stymied by infection and strong, medical response. Curious about Music City during 1918? Take a look below!
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Thankfully, the world is responding swiftly and surely to the COVID-19 pandemic, which has kept death tolls controlled around the world. Here in Nashville, the city is responding the best it can to protect citizens by way of data-driven decisions. If you’re looking for more information about Nashville’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, you can find information here.
Meghan Kraft loves to travel the world, but she makes her home right here in Nashville, Tennessee. She holds a degree in English, and has worked in the digital marketing realm with companies such as Apartments.com, USA Today and HarperCollins Publishing.
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