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Spanish ‘Flu’ – the epidemic that Dover swept under the proverbial carpet

‘Flu’, or influenza to give its correct name, regularly occurs during the winter months and periodically there are pandemics. Caused by a virus, the usual symptoms are chills, fever, sore throat, severe muscle weakness and headache, coughing and sometimes vomiting, … Continue reading

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