5 Biggest Pandemics of Human history

Hello friends, as human civilization grew, so did infectious viruses, As you can see today, the whole world suffers from corona, all of us have been victims of this small but terrible Pandemic, We are seeing on the news channel how this pandemic has shaken the world and it should be called pandemic because it has taken the whole world in its grip and did you know friends, it has been spread like this before in many such pandemic, which in the whole world, weeds of death were all ready and if you know about them, you will say this coronavirus is nothing.

5 Biggest Pandemics of Human history

Today we are going to talk about diseases that literally killed half of the world's population and seeing this you can only guess if If coronavirus is not stopped quickly, to what extent can death figures go? So friends, today we will tell about the diseases.
5 Biggest Pandemics of Human history

1) The Plague of Justinian: Which began in 541 AD,  kutalz is considered to be the first pandemic of history in this plague of the eastern Roman Empire that literally broke away, at that time at least more than 5000 people were dying every day from child to senior citizen and animals also, but the king of The Great Empire emperor Justinian suffered from this plague and you get it right, this is why it is also known as Justinian plague. but do you know how this plague was  born ? not Justinian did not give birth to it but some grains, But friends, this is the kind of grains they had achieved in their conquer and one of them was Egypt and in tribute to these grains were sent by Egypt to Constantinople where King Justinian had his own throne. But along with these grains, there were also riders carrying the disease of Egypt, who had completely milked these grains. 

This plague spread everywhere before accepting these unfortunate grains and at the same time, the sickness that came from the ship was spread in the entire state and started increasing its number and then from here the plague grew even faster.

5 Biggest Pandemics of Human history

2) The Black death : Friends do you know The plague of Justinian was not actually finished completely. Just one trailer was shown because it was born again after eight hundred years and is so much in the mire that it just mourned death everywhere. Region Scientific Research linked The Plage of Justinian and the Black Death From a bacterium that was common in both diseases। This bacterium is identified as arsenia pestics. The Black Death first originated in China. And the first spread through Europe through trade and there it ended the European population more than today and perhaps humans did not learn from The Plage of Justinian at that time because the Black death also started spreading rapidly all over Europe due to sickness and now you may be thinking that from where these mice are coming ? These rats from merchant ships travel from one continent to another continent and that's how The Black Death reached Europe to Africa and Africa to Asia And according to statistics it killed more than 200 million people. incredible Right compare to that Corona cases today and friends It is obvious that when this resembles the Plage of Justinian, then why his name is black death ? Well this is because its creates black spots in the human body and friends, what I am going to tell you now, you will understand it well and will also be able to feel it. The Black Death invented quarantine, which you are also experiencing sitting at home for many weeks or even many months and let's investigate a little bit about how this happened in that time, the medical field had not progressed as much as we see today and for this reason doctors and medical researchers could not find a cure for black death. But they were finding that this disease is failing more than common people due to being close to people suffering from black death somewhere and at that time traded from ports urban centers where rats and fleas breed easily So the Vinson officials of Final Venice, who were among the very forward thinking, were the first to bring the epidemic under control. port ragusa In Created a new rule for new sellers of incoming ships. The most newly arrived sellers of this new rule will have to remain in isolation for 30 days. Sounds familiar This isolation period was then given the name trantino and then as time went on vention law extended this port isolation from 30 days to forty days And this forty-day isolation period was called quarantino and today is known as quarantine. And thus strong immunity and isolation saved the next generation from this epidemic. But by then all the families were separated from each other. The entire village had become vacant and all of business had come to a standstill and the state had gone bankrupt in a way the Black Death had wreaked havoc on humanity. 

5 Biggest Pandemics of Human history

3) The Antonine Plague : ( 165 AD )  When the Roman Empire was at its peak and not only that friends, for the first time in history, two kings together were managing the entire empire. i.e Marcus and alious antonine and another brother who was doctor name lucious verses, these two kings together were spreading the Roman empire to every corner of the world. 

But friends when Roman soldiers put their victory flags in the eastern region and regained their fate in the Parthian War, when they came back to Rome they brought a big epidemic along with victory, That gripped the entire Roman Empire। This epidemic is called the antonine plague and is sometimes called the plague of gallen. Because a Greek doctor named Gillen first disseminated the disease But his disease spread during the rule of antonine king. That is why this disease is more known as the antonine plague. 

This plague spread very quickly throughout the Roman Empire and at least two thousand people were getting lost their lives daily and this plague lasted for two decades in the Roman Empire and it is believed that both the Roman emperor lucious and Marcus lost their kingship due to this disease. Let me tell you one thing, leave the throne, they had to lose their lives and likewise, The entire Roman Empire was found in the soil and those who could save themselves from this epidemic once again had their Strong immunity in it.but this disease took over 5 million lives in 20 years, and it spoiled the map of the entire Roman Empire bye Economically and military also, What strength is there right in a small virus and not only that, due to being airborne, it spread from Spain Italy to Greece Asia Minor Egypt and North Africa and it is believed that once again this disease is somewhere connected with origin China. Now you must be surprised to know that most of the diseases have originated in China.

5 Biggest Pandemics of Human history

4) The Great Plage of London :  By the 17th century, London faced a terrible disaster, Friends Can you guess what that disaster was ? Black death। Yes, the Black Death again showed its second glimpse after three hundred years and that too directly in London। but why ? How did it happen again and seeing this, you did not fear that if the corona virus went away, do not come back again। Let's investigate a little bit in this case। In the spring season of 1665, the disease first spread in a small city of London where there was a lot of smell and garbage. This dirt-ridden decay attracted rats and flies, and here again black death was born due to contaminated rats and flies and it did not take long until it spread from one person to another because by the time of summer season 7100 people had lost their lives and the news of these deaths caused a great panic in London.

The rich people of London like royal members, doctors, lawyer, merchant's All have gone to other countries with their bags । And now, only poor people who are saved ofcourse Was the most and they were left alone with those mice and flies and thus the plague did not take the name of stopping। To control this epidemic, once again the isolation period ie quarantine was applied.। England's borders sealed Trade was halted and England also had to face a financial crisis.। The situation in London was getting worse from bad to worse, people were killed every day and there were no cemeteries to dispose of bodies. People started writing Lord Please have mercy on us on the walls of their home and not only that, in any house, any patient who was suffering from black death would be red crossed. So that death sentence could be given to the whole family because if isolation did not work, then the officials deemed it right to kill and this is how this epidemic ended the entire 20% population of London.

5 Biggest Pandemics of Human history

5) Spanish Flu : The beginning of the 20th century was caused by the devastation of World War One, but the Spanish flu along with it also created panic. Children, old and even strong immunity did not leave this deadly virus. This virus directly attacks your respiratory system and within a few days makes humans vulnerable and takes their lives and now as you can understand from the name of this virus, it is Spanish flu। Means it's originate in Spain right ? but you will get shocked after knowing that this virus also originated from China। Some previously unseen records connect the transmission of this virus to the Chinese labor. Who were transported for work in Europe And on seeing this virus started spreading everywhere and in Spain, this virus was first identified and because of this the virus was named The Spanish Flu And because this virus originated in 1918, it is also known as 1918 flu pandemic. And some people also believe that the soldiers infected with this virus, who came back from the military camp of the country, because of it spread in the country and abroad too. And spread so fast that Spain, Britain, USA, China extras gripped all countries। And can you believe it This disease put an end to one third population of the world population. Over 500 million people lost their lives from 1918 to 1920. can you imagine that Till now highest recorded death rate in entire history of World.



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