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Ninja Man - Hong Kong Flu Album
Performer: Ninja Man
Title: Hong Kong Flu
Style: Dancehall
Country US
Label Redman International
Catalog Number VPRED 123
Genre: Reggae
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 080
MP3 size: 2371 mb
FLAC size: 2978 mb
WMA size: 2689 mb
Record From: Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM

Ninja Man - Hong Kong Flu Album


1Hong Kong Flu (Version)
2Uncredited Version
3Hong Kong Flu


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
noneNinja Man Hong Kong Flu ‎(7")Redman Super PowernoneJamaica1988


  • MusicianClevie, Danny, Steele
  • ProducerHugh Redman James


  • Marketed By – VP Records
  • Distributed By – VP Records



Hong Kong Flu. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. The Hong Kong flu also known as 1968 flu pandemic was a flu pandemic whose outbreak in 1968 and 1969 killed an estimated one to four million people globally. It was caused by an H3N2 strain of the influenza A virus, descended from H2N2 through antigenic shift, a genetic process in which genes from multiple subtypes reassorted to form a new virus. The first recorded instance of the outbreak appeared on 13 July 1968 in Hong Kong. There is a possibility that this outbreak actually began in mainland. Hong Kong Flu - Sir Mack Rice. NINJA MAN, NAAZIR, DON HUSKY holding a MAD vibe at the studio DOWNSOUND RECORDS Kong flu was one of the famous influenza pandemics in history. The Hong Kong Flu 1968 pandemic influenza H3N2 Hemagglutinin HA proteins and antibodies were the main research tools for this influenza pandemic. Hong Kong Flu History. Hong Kong Flu Symptoms. Hong Kong Flu Deaths. Other Worldwide Influenza Pandemics. The first record of the outbreak in Hong Kong appear. In 196869, the Hong Kong flu ravaged the world it wound up killing more than one million people worldwide, over 100,000 of them in the United States. No lockdowns were imposed and people still went to work, albeit lessening bus travel and implementing social distancing and more washing of their hands. The 1968 flu pandemic caused illness of varying degrees of severity in different populations. For example, whereas illness was diffuse and affected only small numbers of people in Japan, it was widespread and deadly in the United States. The Hong Kong flu still exists today. The Centers for Disease Control note, It was first noted in the United States in September 1968. The Hong Kong flu pandemic raged on through early 1970 without any government mandated closures, stay-at-home orders and restrictions on public gatherings. NYC declared a state of emergency but kept schools and businesses open - 400,000 people attended Woodstock in 1969 and festival organizer Joel Rosenman said 'there were no containment measures to defy'. Curiously, what often goes unmentioned is that all of these watershed moments happened during a global pandemic - one that killed 100,000 Americans and 1 million people worldwide, according to the CDC. Given the current. The Hong Kong Flu H3N2 of 1968, killed 1 million worldwide, and 100,000 in the US, most excess deaths being in people 65 via the CDC, a viral tweet said earlier this month. Nothing changed economically, nothing closed, no social distancing, no masks. No one was considered selfish then. Posted by Kevin Gibson on Sunday, May 3, 2020. The New York Post points out that H3N2 and Covid-19 are similar as both viruses spread quickly cause respiratory symptoms such as fever, coughs and shortness of breath and are deadliest for adults over age 65 or those with preexisting health con