Mortality rates

The virus that caused the 1918 influenza did not kill most of the people who were infected with it.
The vast majority of the people who contracted the 1918 flu survived. National death rates among the infected generally did not exceed 20%(death rates that exceed the typical flu, which kills less than 1% of those infected.) However, death rates varied among different groups

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