Updated on Monday, 8March2021-02: 17

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"As soon as the covid outbreak broke out," says emeritus professor of economic history Gabriel Tortella (Barcelona, ​​1936), "economists set about looking for precedents and what immediately comes to mind is the bubonic plague of the century. XIV, which resulted in a barbaric mortality: between a quarter and a third of the population. The current pandemic is not that serious, not even compared to the misnamed Spanish flu, which killed 50 million people. all 2.5

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