Every hundred years, there seems to be a great pandemic, plague 1720, cholera epidemic 1820 and Spanish flu 1920.
The pandemics mentioned above seem to follow the same pattern as the current viral epidemic that originated from China.
But history has really repeated itself, was this virus deliberately spread by an organization or was it a coincidence? Below is the history of these pandemics:
The year 1720:
In 1720, there was the last large-scale bubonic plague pandemic, also called the great plague of Marseille . Records show that the bacteria killed around 100,000 people in Marseille.
It is assumed that the bacteria are spread by flies infected with this bacteria.
The year 1820:
The first records of a cholera pandemic took place in 1820, which took place in Asia, in the countries of Thailand, Indonesia and the Philippines. In 1820, more than 100,000 deaths were recorded in Asia due to this bacterium. The pandemic is said to have started with people who drank water from lakes contaminated with this bacteria.
The year 1920:
The Spanish flu occurred 100 years ago, at the time people were struggling with the H1N1 flu virus which had undergone a genetic mutation, which made it much more dangerous than the virus normal. This virus infected 500 million people and killed more than 100 million people in the world, this pandemic was the deadliest in history.
The year 2020:
It seems like history repeats itself every 100 years, is it just a coincidence?
Today, China is faced a major pandemic, 5 Chinese cities of 11 million inhabitants were quarantined, completely isolated from the rest of the world.
The coronavirus , the virus that China faced has already killed more than 1000 people so far, despite the efforts of the government and other institutions to quarantine entire cities, today the virus has managed to spread to beyond the Chinese borders with Europe, Italy in particular with more than 700 deaths per day. America, Africa and almost every continent is now affected by this pandemic with America recently taking the lead with hundreds of thousands of new cases.