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Post by Verdi on 02.05.20 22:18


Half a century ago stoic Britons battle a similar health crisis without any lockdown

Worldwide response to Asian flu was similar in many ways to Covid-19, except people went to work and lockdown was prevented

By Asa Bennett 2 May 2020 • 1:00pm

As the Apollo 8 spacecraft passed the halfway mark to the moon, commander Colonel Frank Borman and his companions reported they were feeling unwell. On hearing their symptoms, one official in ground control remarked: “I'm not a doctor, but it sounds like Asian flu.”

Debate raged in Houston about what to do, amid fears that the astronauts had caught the H3N2 strain of influenza after meeting with President Lyndon Johnson - who had spent his final weeks at the White House fighting this disease - just before their mission.

It was soon decided that they likely had little more than nausea, and so were free to become the first crew to fly to the Moon, orbit it and return. If they suffered any worse in their December 1968 flight, drastic action would have been necessary.

The pandemic had been raging since July, when it was first picked up in Hong Kong, prompting some to name it after the then British colony.

Others referred to it as “Mao flu” given the widespread belief it had originated in China, coming across the river from Macau. It was not possible to determine for sure as the Chinese were not then members of the World Health Organization, and so evaded monitoring by its national influenza centres.

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This flu was the first aided in its spread by mass air travel, spreading swiftly though South East Asia. Troops brought it unwittingly to America on their return from the Vietnam War. In return, two hundred British soldiers had their leave delayed after one of them was found to have caught the flu on his return from Colorado.

Like the ongoing coronavirus, most people survived the Asian flu, with it deemed a relatively mild disease normally healthy people would recover from after several days. One Hong Kong official told journalists that anyone infected should stay at home and rest, adding: “In the meantime, they can take aspirin, tea, lemon drinks, whisky or brandy according to taste.”

But it was highly contagious, which raised concerns about how vulnerable the elderly would be. A spokesperson for the UK’s Medical Research Council warned that it would “spread through the country like wildfire”, and doctors feared it could prove particularly lethal in winter as part of a three-pronged assault alongside existing flu strains.

The worldwide response to the Asian flu was similar in many ways to Covid-19, with a greater degree of handwashing. But people still went to work, preventing any lockdown by staying socially distant and avoiding packed public transportation. Dr Joan Gomez captured this stoic attitude in her advice to Telegraph readers at the start of 1969, urging them to “boost your resistance with a decent breakfast before plunging into the battleground of rush-travel”.

The economy continued to grow, albeit at a slower pace, as governments prevented a recession by refraining from shutting down industry. As Philip Snashall, a now retired professor of medicine whose two-year-old daughter contracted the first case of the Asian flu to hit Europe, recorded in the British Medical Journal: “The stock market did not plummet, we were not besieged by the press, men in breathing apparatus did not invade my daughter’s play group.”

Society and business did not stop as the Asian flu ran through the population. Schools stayed open, with the Department of Health acknowledging there had been two outbreaks, but by early 1969 it had not spread beyond that. Doctors argued that younger people aged between 5 and 25 tended to have enough antibodies to be effectively immune.

Sports were still played, although Fulham’s second division football match against Preston was called off but only because 11 of the club’s players had the flu rather than for public safety concerns.

Meanwhile, there was an intense scramble to produce enough vaccines to keep up with the expected demand, reportedly on 24-hour production schedules. The then Labour Government insisted that it would meet its target to have 900,000 doses of vaccine ready by the end of the year in order to protect high-risk cases.

“The demand has been unprecedented,” the boss of one drug manufacturer said in November 1968. “We have sold in a few days what we would have sold in a year”. Companies had to wrestle with snags - like some of the doses they produced not being potent enough to work, making the available supply much scarcer. This made the Conservative-controlled Greater London Council's decision to order 2,000 for its own employees all the more controversial. "We have services to run and we must run them," a spokesman explained, pointing out that the vaccinated key workers included sewer, fire and ambulance men. This came amid frustration from business leaders, who were struggling to obtain vaccines to protect their staff.

Just as the British people are currently under pressure to “save the NHS”, the health service then was feeling the strain. The Papworth Chest and Heart Hospital in Cambridgeshire reported that it had to delay operations as the flu had struck down one-fifth of its nursing staff. Soon after, hospitals in London issued a yellow warning due to the rise of emergency admissions. The Government’s own flu minister, David Ennals, had to withdraw from constituency engagements after coming down with the disease.

The tide turned against Asian flu at the start of 1969, with thousands of doses of vaccine now being distributed as health experts sought to save face, with the flu having not proven to be as severe as originally forecast. “Influenza is so unpredictable that it would be foolish to forecast what may happen,” a Department for Health spokesman said.

Some doctors had predicted that a natural immunity, built up by the flu pandemic that had erupted a decade earlier in 1957, would dampen its severity. With demand for vaccines plummeting, British drug companies had built up such a great surplus that they started exporting them elsewhere.

The early warning provided by Hong Kong back in June 1968 was credited with giving authorities enough time to prepare vaccines and to protect the people. British drug firms took the lead in the early months, with the Ministry of Health doing little more at the time than passing public enquiries onto them.

This first wave from the Asian flu may not have prompted an economic shutdown, but the illness it caused among the workforce was estimated to have resulted in the loss of millions of man-hours in production. However, one reader wrote to The Telegraph bemoaning the "somewhat excessive" anxiety about the epidemic, concluding on December 23, 1968 that the flu was to be “gravely feared only by the already infirm” and praised health chiefs for doing “extraordinarily well, while getting pathetically little credit for their labours”.

In the aftermath of the first wave, drug companies urged ministers to encourage annual vaccinations so that the population could be better protected against future virulent epidemics. A drug company boss complained: “Normally at this time of year when you have supplies nobody wants to know. When there's an epidemic everybody wants it.”

Their suggestion turned out to be prescient, as the Asian flu resurfaced in a second wave at the end of 1969, which ended up being even deadlier. By the spring of 1970, it had killed over one million people worldwide, 80,000 of them in the UK.



Perhaps the 1968 pandemic did not prompt a worldwide economic shutdown because the generation in power had a more sanguine attitude towards diseases. They had to contend with ailments like measles and mumps, and had only a few years earlier found a vaccine for polio.

Nowadays, the H3N2 virus is still prevalent as a seasonal malady. In the same way, it is only a matter of time before Covid-19 joins this strain of flu as something else people will want to vaccinate themselves against.

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2020/05/02/britain-handled-1968-flu-epidemic-shutdown-avoided-second-wave/

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History repeating itself - COVID-19 is just another strain of the flu virus. There is no significant difference, certainly not enough to bring the world to stand still.

People die - a fact of life. Perhaps if governments in conjunction with health institutions, stopped keeping people alive who should have died, maybe it wouldn't necessary for nature to make such a hard stand in population control. Doctors, be upstanding for ovation, keep people alive by machines for weeks/months and even years - is that right?


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Post by JohnyT on 02.05.20 22:26

@JimbobJones wrote:It makes me laugh, if it wasn't so sad. These mugs wearing masks. Any "virus" can pass right through a surgical mask as if it was not even there. Like trying to stop a wasp with chicken wire.


What crap are they going to suggest next? lol4
Haha yeah I know......yesterday I watched one such mug pull down the mask to have a ciggy......then pull it back up again afterwards.....ah the irony.
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Post by JohnyT on 02.05.20 22:28

@Verdi wrote:
@BlueBag wrote:I think even what Sweden did was unnecessary.
It's just a normal flu season.

I think the whole charade is unnecessary.

It's all happening and being accepted like an every day occurrence. like honouring the Sabbath because of some age old tradition tells you - thou shalt not!

The government are floundering, they don't know whether they're on their a or their elbow - the plan is working.

Now I know what it's like to be animal caged in a zoo, waiting every day for the dinner gong.  With a lingering hope of one day breaking free, knowing in all probability you will die behind bars.
.........yes....but don't forget to perform every Thursday night at 8.00pm lol
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Post by Verdi on 02.05.20 22:35

Do they let you out for good behaviour angel ?

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Post by Verdi on 02.05.20 22:51

Not in France according to their glamorous leader Macron, he's going to imprison the country's people for another two months because they behaved 'slap on wrist girlno ' very badly!

See, that's what happens when you flout authority.

In days of future past, forget the cafe the restaurant the pub the local shop the man who does because there won't be any.

Tis no wonder they say life will never be the same again.

No sweat, the powers and big businesses will remain unscathed, only the little people will be crucified.

Yes good people .... that's us!

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Post by Verdi on 03.05.20 1:33

For crying out loud - this is just unacceptable nonsense, what is this ridiculous buffoon now trying to prove?  If he's trying to get down with the common people, forget it, so he's had a baby with his current girlfriend - he's already got five other grown-up kids.  Or is this the 'modern' man appealing to the 'modern' Britain?

His cabinet points in that direction - and I ain't talking of his closet at this point.

Frankly I don't believe a word of it..

Coronavirus: Johnson reveals 'contingency plans' made during treatment

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Boris Johnson has revealed "contingency plans" were made while he was seriously ill in hospital with coronavirus.

In an interview with the Sun on Sunday, he says he was given "litres and litres of oxygen" to keep him alive.

He says during a week in London's St Thomas' Hospital, with three nights in intensive care, he kept asking himself: "How am I going to get out of this?"

Earlier, his fiancee, Carrie Symonds, revealed they had named their baby boy Wilfred Lawrie Nicholas Johnson.

The names are a tribute to their grandfathers and two doctors who treated Mr Johnson while he was in hospital with coronavirus, Ms Symonds wrote in an Instagram post.

She posted a picture of herself with the baby, who was born on Wednesday.

The birth came just weeks after Mr Johnson's discharge from intensive care.

In his newspaper interview, the prime minister describes being wired up to monitors and finding the "indicators kept going in the wrong direction".

"It was a tough old moment, I won't deny it," he's quoted as saying. "The doctors had all sorts of arrangements for what to do if things went badly wrong."

Mr Johnson had been diagnosed with coronavirus on March 26 and was admitted to hospital 10 days later. The following day, he was moved to intensive care.

"It was hard to believe that in just a few days my health had deteriorated to this extent," the prime minister tells the Sun on Sunday.

His recovery, he says, was down to "wonderful, wonderful nursing".

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So far all going to plan!

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Post by Verdi on 03.05.20 2:56

The rate things are going we'll either be dead or stark raving mad before our beloved government decide on a way forward.

You locked us up and threw away the key, surely the simplest solution is to find that key and unlock the doors so we can again be free.  It took but five minutes to make the decision, another five minutes could easily rectify the situation.

Why do you need to plan a return to life Mr Government?  

Stop talking, stop prevaricating, stop churning out meaningless numbers, stop clapping and above all else stop treating us like a mindless rabble of medieval imbeciles.

Unlock the doors now - you know it makes sense!

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Post by BlueBag on 03.05.20 8:12

YouTube and Facebook now officially deleting EVERYTHING that disagrees with what the WHO says. YouTube CEO was interviewed and said that's it.

David Icke has gone.

I wonder if they are employing Winston Smith (1984) to do it?
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Post by Jill Havern on 03.05.20 8:31

@BlueBag wrote:YouTube and Facebook now officially deleting EVERYTHING that disagrees with what the WHO says. YouTube CEO was interviewed and said that's it.

David Icke has gone.

I wonder if they are employing Winston Smith (1984) to do it?
I wonder if everyone elses channels (*who interview David) will be deleted because there's still plenty of interviews with him available on youtube

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Post by BlueBag on 03.05.20 8:40

So long as in the interview he doesn't question what WHO is saying.

His interview with London Real (Brian Rose) a couple of weeks ago was removed.

The California Doctors video keeps disappearing.
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Post by JimbobJones on 03.05.20 8:58

Our very own "pseudo-parents" have come out into the open with their utter loathing of us. It has been festering under the surface for many many years, but now is plain for even the most reluctant to see. . Time to ignore them for a better life.

DONT TAKE THE TEST. DONT TAKE THE VACCINE. GET A SHOTGUN.
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Post by Ladyinred on 03.05.20 12:15

I won't be taking any vaccine if, or when, one is developed.

Obtaining a shotgun is not that easy @JimbobJones.  That's quite an alarming proposal.
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Post by JimbobJones on 03.05.20 12:38

I hope they wont be needed, but it is always best to be prepared. We might need ways to protect ourselves and balance the scales, they have been emasculating the population for a long time, its true. They monitor all social media to see the mood of the people, they are reading this. They need to know we wont go without a fight.
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NEWS FLASH !


This is not all about you Prime Minister Johnson.

You're alive and back at work - move on....

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Post by JimbobJones on 03.05.20 14:29

Do you really think he would have been in an NHS hospital, with the plebs, . . . . . . . . ? Somehow I think not.
But the narrative needs to be seen that we are ALL IN IT TOGETHER. They think we are mugs.

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