Why the Second Wave of the 1918 Spanish Flu Was So Deadly.

โ€The rapid spread of Spanish flu in the fall of 1918 was at least partially to blame on public health officials unwilling to impose quarantines during wartime. In Britain, for example, a government official named Arthur Newsholme knew full well that a strict civilian lockdown was the best way to fight the spread of the highly contagious disease. But he wouldnโ€™t risk crippling the war effort by keeping munitions factory workers and other civilians home.