How Spanish flu affected Shelby County


Public health nurse for the Shelby County Health Department Alicia Cooper, of Jackson Center, plays a video clip depicting the effects of the Spanish flu. The video clip was part of a presentation on the Spanish flu given by Cooper, Tuesday, April 17, at the Ross Historical Center in Sidney. Cooper listed the names and ages of the people in Shelby County who died from the Spanish flu in the early 20th century. She also talked about how all public gatherings were banned in Shelby County to prevent the spread of the flu.

Public health nurse for the Shelby County Health Department Alicia Cooper, of Jackson Center, plays a video clip depicting the effects of the Spanish flu. The video clip was part of a presentation on the Spanish flu given by Cooper, Tuesday, April 17, at the Ross Historical Center in Sidney. Cooper listed the names and ages of the people in Shelby County who died from the Spanish flu in the early 20th century. She also talked about how all public gatherings were banned in Shelby County to prevent the spread of the flu.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Public health nurse for the Shelby County Health Department Alicia Cooper, of Jackson Center, plays a video clip depicting the effects of the Spanish flu. The video clip was part of a presentation on the Spanish flu given by Cooper, Tuesday, April 17, at the Ross Historical Center in Sidney. Cooper listed the names and ages of the people in Shelby County who died from the Spanish flu in the early 20th century. She also talked about how all public gatherings were banned in Shelby County to prevent the spread of the flu.

Public health nurse for the Shelby County Health Department Alicia Cooper, of Jackson Center, plays a video clip depicting the effects of the Spanish flu. The video clip was part of a presentation on the Spanish flu given by Cooper, Tuesday, April 17, at the Ross Historical Center in Sidney. Cooper listed the names and ages of the people in Shelby County who died from the Spanish flu in the early 20th century. She also talked about how all public gatherings were banned in Shelby County to prevent the spread of the flu.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2018/04/web1_SDN042018SpanishFlu-2.jpgPublic health nurse for the Shelby County Health Department Alicia Cooper, of Jackson Center, plays a video clip depicting the effects of the Spanish flu. The video clip was part of a presentation on the Spanish flu given by Cooper, Tuesday, April 17, at the Ross Historical Center in Sidney. Cooper listed the names and ages of the people in Shelby County who died from the Spanish flu in the early 20th century. She also talked about how all public gatherings were banned in Shelby County to prevent the spread of the flu. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News