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Not to mention the Black Death in the West, just talk about the plague recorded in Chinese historical data. More than half of the dead, nine out of ten are the norm. However, in ancient times, there were no cars, high-speed trains, and airplanes, and population movement was more difficult. When most of the people in a region died, the plague was almost over. The death rate of the new crown is not that high. In ancient times, it will spread in a small area and end soon. It is really a large cold… 880, the first year of Tang Guangming, the year of Gengzi, and the end of spring. , The thief was plagued by the epidemic in Xinzhou, and many of its followers were lost. Fu Zhong Epidemic Disease, excerpted from “Old Tang Book·Xizong Ji”. In 891, the second year of Tang Dashun, the year of Xinhai, the spring, Huainan famine, the military epidemic, the deceased thirteenth, excerpted from “Old Tang Book · Zhaozong Ji”. In 1127, the first year of Jianyan in the Southern Song Dynasty, Ding Weinian, in March, the Jinren surrounded Bianjing, and almost half of the victims of the epidemic in the city were killed. This is an excerpt from “Song History·Five Elements History”. In 1131, the first year of Shaoxing in the Southern Song Dynasty, the year of Xinhai, and June, there was a great epidemic in western Zhejiang, north of Pingjiang Mansion, and there were no corpses, excerpted from “Song History·Five Elements History”. In 1132, the second year of Shaoxing in the Southern Song Dynasty, in the year of Renzi, in the spring of Fuzhou epidemic, thousands of people died, and dysentery occurred in Huiji, excerpted from “Song History·Five Elements Records” and “Continued Famous Medical Cases·Dental Diseases”. In 1161, in the 6th year of Jin Zhenglong and the year of Xin Si, artisans from all the artisans came to the capital, and the deaths of the epidemic are innumerable, and the world is full of dismay. Excerpted from “The History of Jin · Wanyan Kuang Biography”. In 1164, the second year of Longxing in the Southern Song Dynasty and the Jiashen year, two or three million refugees in Donghuaidian avoided chaos in the south of the Yangtze River. It is the armor of Zhejiang Province, among the most hungry people. It is excerpted from “Song History·Five Elements History”. In 1181, the eighth year of Chunxi in the Southern Song Dynasty, the Xin Chou year, there was a major epidemic in Xingdu, and many deaths in the forbidden travel. Ningguo People’s Epidemic, especially the dead, excerpted from “Song History·Five Elements Chronicles”. In 1191, the second year of Shaoxi in the Southern Song Dynasty, and the year of Xinhai, the Fuzhou epidemic killed thousands of people. It is excerpted from “Song History·Five Elements History”. In 1209, the second year of Jiading of Song Dynasty, in the year of Jisi, in the summer of the capital, many people died of epidemics, and the people who flowed to the south of the Yangtze River, famine and heat, died of epidemics, excerpted from “Song History·Five Elements”. In 1210, the third year of Jiading in the Southern Song Dynasty, the year of Gengwu, and April, many people in the capital died of epidemics, excerpted from “Song History·Five Elements History”. In 1276, the second year of Deyou in the Southern Song Dynasty, the year of Bingzi, the fumigation of the epidemic in the city during a few months, the deaths of human diseases, cannot be counted, excerpted from 1297, the first year of Yuan Dade, the year of Dingyou, August, Zhending, Shunde and Hejian drought plague; Hejian Leshou and Jiaohe plague killed more than 6,500 people. (December) Banyang Road famine and epidemic, soldiers mostly died of miasma, excerpted from “Yuan History·Chengzong Benji”, “Xin Yuan History·Shi Yao Chuan”. In 1308, the first year of the Yuan Dynasty, the year of Wushen, and the spring of Shaoxing, Qingyuan, and Taizhou, more than 26,000 people died from the epidemic. Excerpted from “The History of the Yuan Dynasty·Five Elements”. In 1331, in the second year of Yuan to Shun, nineteen people died from the epidemic in Xin Weinian, excerpted from “The History of Yuan Dynasty·The Book of Wen Zong”. In 1332, the third year of Yuan to Shun and the year of Renshen, there was a famine and epidemic in Yishan County, and many people died. It is excerpted from “The History of Yuan Dynasty·The Book of Wenzong”. In 1408, the sixth year of Yongle in the Ming Dynasty, the year of Wu Zi, the first month, Jianchang, Fuzhou, Fujian Jianning, Shaowu, from last year to this month, more than 78,400 people died of the epidemic, excerpted from “Ming History·Five Elements”. In 1410, the eighth year of Yongle in the Ming Dynasty, the year of Geng Yin, more than 6,000 people died from the epidemic in Dengzhou and Linhai counties from the first month to June. Excerpted from “Ming History·Five Elements History”. In 1413, the eleventh year of Ming Yongle, the year of Guisi, June, the three counties of Huzhou disease; July, the five counties of Ningbo; the Shaowu epidemic, the death of 2,000 households, excerpted from the “History of the Ming Dynasty·Five Elements” in 1444, Ming Dynasty In the nine years of orthodoxy, the year of Jiazi, and the winter, Shaoxing, Ningbo, and Taizhou plague masterpieces; and more than 30,000 dead next year, excerpted from “Ming History·Five Elements Records”. In 1456, the 7th year of Ming Jingtai, the year of Bingzi, May, Guilin epidemic, more than 20,000 people died, excerpted from “Ming History·Five Elements History”. In 1475, the eleventh year of Chenghua in the Ming Dynasty, in the first year of Yiwei, August, the Fujian epidemic spread to Jiangxi, and the deceased had no account, excerpted from “The History of Ming Dynasty·Five Elements” In 1485, the twenty-first year of Chenghua in Ming Dynasty, Yisi year, a masterpiece of new wild disease, the dead have no avail, excerpted from “Famous Medical Cases·Plague”. In 1493, the sixth year of Hongzhi in the Ming Dynasty, the year of Gui Chou, the Great Epidemic of Wuzhong, especially in Changshu, many died of closed doors, excerpted from “Du Gong Tan”. In 1506, the first year of Ming Zhengde, the year of Bingyin, in June, Huguang, Pingxi, Qingliang, Zhenyuan, Pianqiao, Siwei had a major epidemic, and many people died. The epidemic occurred in Jingzhou from July to December. Jianning and Shaowu also suffered severe epidemics since August, excerpted from “The History of Ming Dynasty·Five Elements”. In 1523, the second year of Jiajing in the Ming Dynasty, the year of Guiwei, July, the Nanjing epidemic, many soldiers and civilians died, excerpted from “The History of the Ming Dynasty·Five Elements”. In 1525, the 4th year of Jiajing in Ming Dynasty, in September of Yiyou year, Shandong epidemic killed 4,128 people, excerpted from “The History of the Ming Dynasty·Five Elements”. In 1530, the ninth year of Jiajing in Ming Dynasty and the year of Geng Yin, acne was prevalent, and more than half of the dead were taken from “Preface to the Principles of Acne Symptoms”. In 1534, the thirteenth year of Jiajing in Ming Dynasty, Jiawu year, spring, acne was prevalent, nine out of ten people died, excerpted from “The Collection of Epidemics”. In 1582, the Wanli tenth year of the Ming Dynasty, the Renwu year, April, the Beijing Shi Epidemic, Bazhou, Wen’an, Dacheng, Baoan, suffering from macrocephalic disease, the deceased pillow registration, excerpted from “Ming History·Five Elements Chronicles”, “Shuntian Mansion Chronicles·xiang different”. In 1586, the 14th year of Ming Wanli, the year of Bingxu, the great Liang plague, even the eradication of the door, was excerpted from “Rejuvenation of All Diseases”. In 1622, the second year of tomorrow’s revelation, the year of Renxu, (the time when the disease is dysentery) at the end of summer and early autumn, the disease is extremely critical along the gate, which is excerpted from “Xian Xing Zhai Notes · Li Men”. In 1681, the 20th year of Emperor Kangxi of the Qing Dynasty, Xinyounian, Jinning epidemic, many people and cattle died; Quyang epidemic, Yuyao pox epidemic prevailed, excerpted from “Manuscripts of Qing History·Disasters”, “Study Kei Draft · Preface to Tianhuaren Shushu” “. In 1703, the forty-two year of Emperor Kangxi of the Qing Dynasty, the year of Guiwei, spring, Qiongzhou, Lingzhou epidemic; May, Jingzhou epidemic, people died; June, Qufu epidemic, Dongchang epidemic, Juyeda Epidemic; August, Wendeng epidemic, almost half of the people died, excerpted from “Manuscripts of Qing History·Disasters”. In 1704, the forty-third year of Emperor Kangxi in the Qing Dynasty, Jiashen year, spring, Nanle epidemic, Hejian epidemic, Kuanxian County epidemic, death was not counted; June Lotus epidemic; Autumn, Zhangqiu, Dongchang, The Qingzhou pandemic, the Fushan plague, the death of people is not counted, the Changle pandemic; the Qiangzhou Ninghai, Weixian pandemic, excerpted from “Manuscripts of Qing History·Disasters”. In 1723, the first year of Yongzheng in the Qing Dynasty, the Guimao year, autumn, the Pingxiang epidemic, the dead were countless, excerpted from “Drafts of Qing History·Disasters”. In 1727, the fifth year of Yongzheng in the Qing Dynasty, Ding Weinian, summer, Jieyang, Haiyang epidemic; autumn, Chenghai epidemic, the dead are not counted; winter, Hanyang epidemic, Huanggang epidemic, Zhongxiang, Yuming epidemic, excerpted from ” Manuscripts of Qing History: Disasters. In 1732, the tenth year of Emperor Yongzheng in the Qing Dynasty, the year of Renzi, the Kunshan epidemic, thousands of people died; in the summer, the city disease, excerpted from “Medical Cases of Huaixi · Plague”. In 1733, in the eleventh year of Emperor Yongzheng in the Qing Dynasty, in the year of Kuichou, there was a great epidemic in Zhenyang, and the dead were not counted; Kunshan epidemic; Shanghai and Baoshan epidemic, excerpted from “Manuscripts of Qing History·Disasters”. In 1786, the 51st year of Emperor Qianlong of the Qing Dynasty, the year of Bingwu, the spring, the epidemic of Taizhou, Tongzhou, Hefei, Ganyu, Wujin, and Suzhou; the epidemic of Xia, Rizhao, Fanxian, Xinxian, and Juzhou, the dead are countless; Chang Le Epidemic, the Great Eastern Epidemic, excerpted from “Manuscripts of Qing History·Disasters”. In 1821, the first year of Daoguang in the Qing Dynasty, the first year of the Qing Dynasty, in March, the epidemic of Qiu; in June, the epidemic of Guanxian, Wucheng, and Fanxian, the epidemic of giant wild disease, the epidemic of Dengzhou Prefecture, the dead are not counted; In August, the epidemic of Dongguang, Yuanshi, Xinle, Tongzhou, and Jinan, the dead are not counted, the epidemic of Dong’e, Wuding, Tengxian, and Jining Prefecture; August, the epidemic of Laoting, Qingxian time epidemic masterpiece, to August From the beginning and the end of the month, the dead are insurmountable; the plagues of Qingyuan and Dingzhou are prevalent, with countless deaths; the epidemic of Luanzhou, Yuanshi, Neiqiu, Tangshan, Lixian, Wangdu, Linyu disease, Nanguan, Quyang, Wuqiang , Pingxiang Epidemic; September, Rizhao, Yishui Epidemic, excerpted from “Manuscripts of Qing History·Disasters”. In 1832, the twelfth year of Daoguang in the Qing Dynasty, the year of Renchen, March, Wuchang, Xianning, and Lijiang epidemic; April, Penglai epidemic; May, Huangpi, Hanyang, Yidu, Shidu epidemic, the dead are not counted ; Chongyang Epidemic; Jianli Epidemic, Songzi Epidemic; August, Yingcheng, Huangmei, and Public Security Epidemic, excerpted from “Manuscripts of Qing History·Disasters”. In 1846, the twenty-sixth year of Daoguang in the Qing Dynasty, the year of Bingwu, the summer, the summer wind was very dramatic, the epidemic was a masterpiece, and the throat was sore, and the dead followed one after another.

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helpmekim
8 months ago

How can mankind perish so easily? Just look at the ghostly appearance of India now, and no one thinks that the Indians are going to perish. Moreover, ordinary people in ancient times did not have any human rights. It was not difficult to directly confine those who might get sick together and wait for death. It was possible to kill them directly. Last year, Chinese villages closed their roads, and the practice of checking their identities in and out of them was nothing in ancient times. It couldn’t be easier for locals to prevent outsiders from approaching in order to prevent illness. Infectious diseases that want to destroy mankind must be insidious onset, highly contagious, and viable. Only when all humans are infected can a lethal mutation suddenly appear to kill mankind. However, the virus cannot synchronize targeted mutations, nor does it have a God’s perspective to observe the infection of all human beings.

heloword
8 months ago

Several practical factors. First of all, the average life expectancy of the ancient people ranged from their teens to their thirties, and life was rare in the past seventy years. And most of the chronic obesity diseases are eliminated naturally. There are not many targets that the new crown can attack. Secondly, the natural social distance of the ancients was very long, and the family did not mention it, and the village was not large in scale. Moreover, only a very small number of people can go out due to traffic conditions. I won’t mention those places in Europe that are not dominated by agriculture. Of course, the spread of cities and towns is also certain, after all, the sanitary conditions are limited, but the main population does not live together like it is now. Third, after all, in ancient times, the government (including localities) was relatively concentrated, and unlike the United States, it was not like the United States, which had to march and demonstrate bar challenges… Don’t underestimate the wisdom of ancient people. Finally, the ancient population was destroyed by nature, and carbon emissions were not serious. Nature did not need to collect a wave of “environmental protection taxes”. In ancient times, the epidemic mainly collected “agricultural output control poll tax”. The method was slightly different-the new crown actually killed limited people. , The main purpose is to keep human beings from destroying the environment.

helpyme
8 months ago

In fact, many friends talked about the main point. The reason why the new crown appeared in ancient times and mankind would perish was nothing more than the belief that ancient medical care, technologically backward, and contemporary society could not stop it, let alone the wild and ignorant ancient society. The current society is indeed more prosperous in science and technology than in ancient times, the people are enlightened, and the transportation is convenient. However, it is not just human beings who enjoy these results, but viruses also enjoy them. When we show off the so-called integration of the Yangtze River Delta through the high-speed rail network, the Beijing-Shanghai daily life circle… the virus can also spread to more than half of China in one day on the high-speed rail. If the SARS outbreak occurred in 2003, China would have a convenient high-speed rail network. I am afraid that the epidemic would be ten times more severe that year. When we show off the convenience of the Internet age, information can be spread across the land of China without any time difference, and panic is also a free ride on the Internet. We can feel the fear the first time, and then rush for supplies, the true and false news. Spread across the network.

sina156
8 months ago

The answer is obviously no, but many people talk about the plague in history and it is a bit problematic. The plague of Justinian (541~549) as we know it is only the beginning of the first plague pandemic. This plague lasted for more than two centuries from beginning to end, and it was accompanied by many small peaks, even to the eighth century. The mid-term has not been eliminated. The same goes for the Black Death. The plague of the 14th century as we know it is just the opening theme of the second plague pandemic. The plague lasted for several centuries, and some scholars even predicted that East Africa would not cease until the beginning of the 20th century. An epidemic has occurred. In other words, the new crown epidemic has only lasted for more than a year. Why does it seem that someone has predicted the end?

yahoo898
8 months ago

Compared with big names such as the plague, smallpox, and Ebola, the new crown is a younger brother. Think about it, the younger brother is not as good as the nephew, and the Justinian plague is conservatively estimated to have killed 20 million people. The plague repeatedly ravaged various countries in the Middle Ages in Europe and the death toll is unknown. The plague in the late Ming Dynasty directly led to the collapse of the dynasty. The plague is a Class A infectious disease. I am not a medical student, but I still know the priority represented by A, B, C, and D. In the ancient times, without modern medical treatment, the above-mentioned bosses could not afford to provoke them. They were all about killing the Nine Races and massaging the city. Relatively speaking, the new crown was already very gentle and lovely.

leexin
8 months ago

According to the law of human history, mankind will not perish due to an infectious disease. When there was a shortage of medicines and medicines, serious infectious diseases such as plague, cholera, smallpox, and typhoid fever could not destroy mankind. Modern medicine has developed to a certain height. People have more ways to understand and overcome diseases. The same for thousands of years, will not be affected by a certain germ. The only thing that can destroy mankind is mankind itself, the nuclear bombs developed by mankind and nuclear wars launched by mankind.

greatword
8 months ago

No, the new crown virus is nothing in history. In ancient times, transportation was inconvenient, and it was basically impossible for the virus to spread around the world. As organisms, humans also have their own drug resistance. For example, Africa has screened for malaria except for mutations in genes such as sickle anemia. If we still can’t find a medicine to treat malaria. And this disease is raging around the world. Humans with this genetic mutation will be retained. This gene will become standard for most humans.

loveyou
8 months ago

No, the plague has always been with humans, and humans have been fighting against the plague. Take China as an example. There has been a plague epidemic in the past dynasties, ranging from a few decades to a hundred years, and each epidemic is also a period of great development of Chinese medicine. It can be said that European history is similar, and every time the plague has made medical development. In the classification of the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention, epidemic diseases are divided into three categories: A, B, and C, a total of 40 kinds. Class A infectious diseases are giant beasts locked up in cages. Before this new crown, a medical student like me who is not a preventive medicine just saw the profound impact of these two diseases on mankind in books. But there is no personal feeling. At present, there are only two categories of infectious diseases under the category A, namely the plague and cholera. Each occurrence of the plague in human history has triggered changes in various political, economic and cultural patterns. The three major outbreaks, the second and third outbreaks affected not only the European region. They lasted for several years and killed more than tens of millions of people. Cholera has recorded seven global pandemics in human history. Although cholera does not have a profound impact on human history, many people died for it before the concept of health was established.

strongman
8 months ago

In modern society, people are accustomed to a pampered life, and their mentality is too fragile. The death rate of the new crown is actually quite low! In ancient “great epidemics” such as the plague and the Black Death, the mortality rate of less than 50% to 60% is not a major event, and it is often more than 70% to 80%. Don’t talk about the new crown, just catch a small cold. After a fever, it turns into pneumonia. If you say it, you will die. The death rate of lobar pneumonia caused by pneumococcus is extremely high. In the era without antibiotics, once the high fever died 7-8 Chengdu Not surprisingly. All kinds of infectious diseases are raging, and everyone is numb. Somewhat unlucky, I was bitten by a donkey, how serious it could be, turned into tetanus, and it passed. Even the children in the palace said that they would die and give birth to 10 children, and it would be good if 5 of them live to the age of marriage. The death rate of the new crown is not high enough (of course it is relatively speaking), the ancient transportation is extremely inconvenient (so the area where the disease is affected will be very limited), the death rate is the highest, and the elderly over 70 years old are very few. More importantly, , No one can distinguish the difference between the new crown and the common cold and pneumonia! Who will provide you with the kit? Therefore, everyone may not know that this is the case. The plague, smallpox, and black death have not been able to exterminate humans, the new crown? Let’s wash and sleep.

stockin
8 months ago

Perish? You feel how fragile human beings are! New coronary pneumonia, a type B infectious disease, is not the most severe. The lethality of Type A infectious diseases is much more contagious, and humans have not survived! Smallpox cannot let mankind perish! Cholera cannot let mankind die! The plague cannot let mankind die! In addition, the major players in these infectious diseases have almost been conquered by humans, smallpox has been extinct, and cholera and plague have only sporadic outbreaks.

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