Spanish Flu pandemic in Hawai’i

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HONOLULU (KHON2)

The Spanish Flu pandemic from 1918-1920 was a strain of influenza that killed more than 21 million people worldwide, including at least 675,000 Americans.  

Here in the Hawaiian islands, more than 2,300 people fell victim to the disease.

As we continue to follow many rules today such as the stay-at-home order, some of these regulations are not foreign.

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