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Friday, 15 May 2020

20 of the worst epidemics and pandemics in history. Which one is the deadliest?


Top 20 worst epidemic and pandemic in history from AD.Black death made to the top one deadliest pandemic outbreak in the history.

Outbreak
Cause
Year and duration
Places affected
Death toll
1
Antonine Plague
smallpox
A.D. 165-180
The Roman Empire

2
Plague of Cyprian

smallpox or measles
A.D. 250-271
The Roman Empire
5,000 people a day in Rome alone
3
Plague of Justinian
the bacterium Yersinia pestisspread by fleas on infected rodents
A.D. 541-542
The Byzantine Empire
25 millions
4
The Black Death

the bacterium Yersinia pestis
spread by fleas on infected rodents
1346-1353

Asia and Europe
200 millions (50-60% of the population of Europe)
5
Cocoliztli epidemic

viral hemorrhagic fever
1545-1548
Mexico and Central America.
15 million
6
American Plagues

a cluster of diseases:smallbox etc
16th century
the Americas
90% of the indigenous population in the Western Hemisphere
7
Great Plague of London

the bacterium Yersinia pestis
spread by fleas from plague-infected rodents
1665-1666
London
100,000 people
15% of the population of London
8
Great Plague of Marseille
fleas on plague-infected rodents
1720-1723
Marseille
100,000
9
Russian plague
fleas on plague-infected rodents
1770-1772


10
Philadelphia yellow fever epidemic
yellow fever
1793
Philadelphia
US
More than 5,000
11
Third cholera pandemic

cholera bacteria
1852–1860
India to globally
1 million
12
Flu pandemic:
Russian Flu
influenza viruses
1889-1890
Russia to globally
 1 million 
13
Sixth cholera pandemic
cholera bacteria
1910-1911
India to Globally
800,000
14
Spanish Flu
influenza viruses
1918-1920
Globally
50 million
15
Asian Flu
influenza viruses
1957-1958
China to Globally
1 million
16
Flu pandemic
(Hong Kong flu)

influenza viruses
H3N2 
1968
Hong Kong to Globally
1 million
17
AIDS pandemic and epidemic:

HIV
1981-present day
West Africa to Globally
35 millions
18
H1N1 Swine Flu pandemic

influenza viruses H1N1
2009-2010
Mexico to Globally
151,700 and 575,400
19
West African Ebola epidemic

Ebola viruses
2014-2016 
Guinea to West Africa
11,325
20
Covid-19
SARS-CoV-2
2019-present
China to globally
Over 300,000


References
https://www.livescience.com/worst-epidemics-and-pandemics-in-history.html
https://www.mphonline.org/worst-pandemics-in-history/

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