Flu Pandemic Preparedness Comic Book

pandemic_comicThe helpful government agencies of King County and Seattle, WA have put together an informative, if somewhat creepy,  comic book on the history and nature of pandemic flu.  It’s based on the tale of a family’s experience during the infamous flu pandemic of 1918.  Along with the historical perspective it offers basic preventative, preparedness and aftermath information.  Links to download and/order print copies after the break. Available in a variety of languages, including English, Arabic. Chinese, Punjabi, Spanish and more.

Due to limited quantities, we can only grant requests for this publication to street addresses in King County, WA State

  • For requests outside of King County and within Washington state, please order through the Washington State Dept. of Health — available in English and Spanish only. For other languages, please order through NACCHO as described below or print off the PDF versions.
  • For requests from other U.S. states, please order through the National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO) who will handle nationwide requests through their website (limited quantities available. Scroll down their page until you see links for “No Ordinary Flu”.)
  • You may also download and print the comic books in PDF format for free (see below order form)

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2 Responses

  1. Lemon says:

    Does it have the part of the story where Edward gets turned into a vampire?

  2. Mystech says:

    Mere references to “that” cause a little something literary to die in the universe, just by saying them. I think you just killed some lost works of Shakespeare.

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