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Here’s a look at how America is making many of the same mistakes with COVID in 2020 as it did with the Spanish Flu in 1918. #DailyShow #TrevorNoah #Coronavirus
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  • stefano Marano
    stefano Marano18 klukkustundum síðan

    Oh god. It’s just a flue for 99% of people. We just need to lockdown risk groups (>50, asthma, overweight, ...) and let everyone else LIVE

  • Nat Weird
    Nat WeirdDegi Síðan síðan

    It's so weird that people are protesting masks. The government can literally kill citizens through the death penalty but they're concerned about having to put a piece of cloth on their face.....

  • Uvuvwevwe Kamehameha
    Uvuvwevwe Kamehameha6 dögum síðan

    Trevor....i just wanna say, we've got identical moustache brother....hope one day u grow it and we see each other ...regards, your identical moustache twin bro

  • Chris
    Chris6 dögum síðan

    late just like US let a private company print their money and owned a huge debt from private company + issue one of the reason why Kennedy is killed because he want to stop private company printing US money and give it back to the US government...ahhh the flat earth...it make sense somehow...

  • EthnoOwl
    EthnoOwl7 dögum síðan

    Wearing a mask isn't as restrictive to your freedom as being on your death bed, poverty, lay-offs, ageism and sexism in the workplace. I hear people so aggressively against wearing a mask, and seriously? That's the biggest of your problems? Your minimum wage is way below what's needed to cover utility bills and food shops - okay, but don't you dare shut us up with a mask.

  • Carlo Mercorio
    Carlo Mercorio8 dögum síðan

    Absolute rot, Trevor. Do some research, boetman. The 1957-8 Asian Flu killed 1.1 million people worldwide. Spanish Flu death toll was an order of magnitude more than Covid. I get your show has a bias, baba, but you and your writers are neither historians nor journalists. Sies!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Eli Tkachenko
    Eli Tkachenko8 dögum síðan

    I agree that people should wear mask just not the fact that people should be hated for not wearing one.

  • Seb _YT
    Seb _YT8 dögum síðan

    4:30 brave to assume anyone would've opened the door for you back in the 1920s... Wait, not that unlikely that would happen in 2020 aswell...

  • andrea Sudeen
    andrea Sudeen8 dögum síðan

    Those whom fail to learn from history is doom to repeat it.

  • R J
    R J8 dögum síðan

    I bet they wear their seatbelts though

  • From Z
    From Z9 dögum síðan

    Pretty sure the day 'murica becomes a civilized country, is the day their fairy tale hell freezes over

  • Dwayne Samuels
    Dwayne Samuels9 dögum síðan

    I guess the saying is true. "Those who don't know history are doomed to repeat it."

  • joamontio
    joamontio10 dögum síðan

    Humans...Learning from history since: NEVER

  • sara Chaney
    sara Chaney10 dögum síðan

    In the beginning, there was a PPE shortage. Not enough n95 respirators.

  • sara Chaney
    sara Chaney10 dögum síðan

    Viruses keep mutating. We don't have a vaccine for hiv yet. You need a flu shot every year. It makes some viruses very hard to prevent.

  • Lone Ranger
    Lone Ranger10 dögum síðan

    "If masks are so good, then how come everyone from the 1918's is dead" Sad thing is, some American somewhere actually thinks that

  • Elizabeth Capstick

    Elizabeth Capstick

    9 dögum síðan

    They help!

  • Aftertale Fanatic
    Aftertale Fanatic11 dögum síðan

    As an introvert, it's a good thing I was prepared to avoid people all my life.

  • big ol‘ dumbass
    big ol‘ dumbass11 dögum síðan

    We sure can be glad about our advances in medical science bc the stupidity these days is the exact same as back then

  • Стася Козина
    Стася Козина11 dögum síðan

    The spotty battery scientifically pine because multi-hop largely suspect save a flimsy quit. classy, rotten brazil

  • Takudzwa Ronald Chingono
    Takudzwa Ronald Chingono11 dögum síðan

    "Oh yeah, if masks worked so well, how come everyone who lived through that period is dead now?" 😂😂

  • Mohammed Waseem
    Mohammed Waseem11 dögum síðan

    Trevor I thought you were a smart guy. Looks like you are just another beatch of the system

  • Divine Light
    Divine Light12 dögum síðan

    🤪

  • JCmtw Biz
    JCmtw Biz12 dögum síðan

    Stupid is as stupid does. I guess. 🙄

  • Daryl Baines
    Daryl Baines12 dögum síðan

    Everyone keeps talking about the last great pandemic/health scare being Spanish Flu in 1919/20 ... have people forgotten AIDS in the 1980s?

  • Duarte Cabral
    Duarte Cabral12 dögum síðan

    The Spanish Flu killed 1 out of 3 people in the world, do you know any one personally that died from the Corona Virus?

  • Lone Ranger

    Lone Ranger

    10 dögum síðan

    Wow genius, it killed 1 in 36, not 1 in 3. And also, technological advancements have helped patients recover before they die. Just stop downplaying corona otherwise one day you will die from it

  • Ghana Girl
    Ghana Girl12 dögum síðan

    OMG I was still laughing at my African dad then he said it’s unAmerican to learn from history 😂😂😂 why is the truth both bitter and sweet!?

  • John Hartz
    John Hartz12 dögum síðan

    Didn't finish the CDC thread. Per the CDC there is a 93% recovery rate on COVID.

  • John Hartz
    John Hartz12 dögum síðan

    Not even similar. 1918 population 1.6 billion. 50 MILLION deaths. 2020 population 7.8 billion (Yes we have surpassed Dr. Hawkings prediction that at 7.6 billion, the Earth cannot sustain human kind.) As of today there are 361,000 deaths. Not even close, and a little over one tenth of a percent of the population. Not even a full percent. On the bright side. Per the CDC COVID (Only fools say corona. There are 7 forms of corona virus and it is nothing new. It is a generic term for viruses that have been around for years. Corona is being used to scare people.) Question the media. Question the Government. The last time in history I have seen so many people blindly trusting both. There was a world war.

  • Lone Ranger

    Lone Ranger

    10 dögum síðan

    **Wonders how anyone could be so stupid...** And btw , there are 1.9 million deaths, not 0.3 million And btw, have u heard of medical advancements?

  • San Fernando Valley Yacht Club
    San Fernando Valley Yacht Club12 dögum síðan

    Trevor, you know as well as I do that the attention given to boomers screaming that 5G causes coronavirus is just a diversion to keep people from thinking about the mass surveillance implications. Surveillance cameras need to stream a LOT of data to servers for facial recognition and 5G's increased bandwidth enables that.

  • Lone Ranger

    Lone Ranger

    10 dögum síðan

    Except for 1 tiny detail... The CCTV uses wires to transport data, not wireless. Learn ICT before you call everyone around you stupid

  • Kurt Sudheim
    Kurt Sudheim12 dögum síðan

    Ja, I'm sure that blonde chuck is a lawyer or knows at least 1/2 of the constitution, the American one i presume

  • María Paz Domínguez
    María Paz Domínguez13 dögum síðan

    if we have learned anything... this country does not learn from history, so do not count on it!

  • Marts
    Marts13 dögum síðan

    Proof that history is repeated. When will we learn from our mistakes?

  • Pekka R
    Pekka R13 dögum síðan

    Spanish flu. In reality it was an American flu from America..

  • Yegor Kin
    Yegor Kin13 dögum síðan

    Lies, being repeated a thousand times becoming "the truth".

  • Elizabeth Holder
    Elizabeth Holder13 dögum síðan

    If you don't know. Now you know. Try smiling....

  • Manuel
    Manuel13 dögum síðan

    Trump has huge crowds you liar. No one is showing up for Biden you liar.

  • Manuel
    Manuel13 dögum síðan

    I wonder who advocated against masks in March? Oh, it was your beloved Fauci.... People believe what you tell them first. It's very hard (impossible) to change people's minds later. Fauci should have known that. If he didn't he needs a professional science communicator to speak to the public for him. A large number of deaths are the direct consequence of Fauci saying "you don't need a mask" in March. Possibly the majority of deaths. He should be prosecuted. He was fully aware that masks work at that time and he admitted that he only said to not wear a mask because there was a shortage. But there a number of other ways to express that (e.g. recommending to make your own masks while the shortage lasts). Instead he chose to lie and people died.

  • The Earshine
    The Earshine13 dögum síðan

    The sad thing here is that he's genuinely trying to find similarities between these two contagions. Spanish Flu killed over 50,000,000 people during the bloodiest time in history up to that point when the population of the world was under 2 billion. Whereas the percentage of death worldwide for COVID is .0133%. Spanish Flu was 2.5%. The federal government sucked balls during this pathogen just like every country does with biological threats, but all countries did better than they did during the Spanish Flu and Swine Flu, especially America where Swine Flu had over 80 million cases. Trying to blame Donald Trump for the entirety of the federal government's failure is just as much of a stretch. Comparing these two pathogens is like comparing Influenza to heart disease.

  • Ryman Saad
    Ryman Saad13 dögum síðan

    this isn't what dr fauci said. he said that 1918 was something similar, not that you have to go back to 1918 to find something similar

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  • Right Path
    Right Path14 dögum síðan

    To the 1% reading this, may God bless you and see you through whatever you are going through. I want to be a big youtuber one day Amen 🙏 💯

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    Mario Pinkston14 dögum síðan

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  • abocas
    abocas14 dögum síðan

    George Bush is actually eloquent compared to TWump. Be nice, Trevor ....

  • gl33tch
    gl33tch14 dögum síðan

    😭😭The second wave is here in South 🇿🇦

  • Ammar Hashmi
    Ammar Hashmi14 dögum síðan

    I like the "if u don't know now u know" intro... Its my fav segment👌

  • Wes Berg
    Wes Berg14 dögum síðan

    I'm sad now.

  • Otto Hess
    Otto Hess14 dögum síðan

    Look, I agree with everything he was saying, but at 3:33 you can clearly hear that they dubbed in audio of the speaker saying "the president".

  • Rachel Swanson
    Rachel Swanson14 dögum síðan

    If you don't know history you're bound to repeat it.

  • xebio6
    xebio614 dögum síðan

    I don't get why it's ok to call it "Spanish" but it's racist to call the current one "Chinese" (and that's leaving aside the fact that the 1918 pandemic probably originated in Kansas, lol). CONSISTENCY please!

  • Tihomir Vlahovski
    Tihomir Vlahovski14 dögum síðan

    You've lost me at "pandemic"!

  • Goddess Kookie
    Goddess Kookie14 dögum síðan

    6:17 Those who are anti-mask wearers do have a point. If people wore masks during the Spanish flu and are wearing masks again in this pandemic, then how come the number of deaths increased in 1918 and are still increasing during Covid-19 till this day?

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  • syafiq harun
    syafiq harun14 dögum síðan

    I know this video is reupload when u just noticed trevor afro is not so much curl and heavy

  • TheAuToMaTiC82
    TheAuToMaTiC8214 dögum síðan

    Trevor noah is such a fear mongering tool. Covid is a hoax and nothing like 1918. Spanish flu killed like 50 million people and they didnt have motorcycle accidents and every other death being counted as covid to incite fear.

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    Mike Ferraro14 dögum síðan

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  • Hola Como estas
    Hola Como estas14 dögum síðan

    We need to be on complete lockdown till June. I have a feeling this virus will be going on till june 2022.

  • Chris Neethling
    Chris Neethling15 dögum síðan

    Agree with the mask, hand washing and social distancing. But why is there so little emphasis on strengthening the immune system? I tested positive for SARS Cov 2 a week ago. Upped my vit D and zinc, avoided sugar and junk food (actually, been on low carbs for some time!) and within few days am symptom free. Love from South Africa.

  • BobMerlinx
    BobMerlinx15 dögum síðan

    "Experience is recognizing a misstake when you make it again." I guess America has experience, then. (Or at least it should have.)

  • Dan.E DLT
    Dan.E DLT15 dögum síðan

    Love the show. Good job taking over John Stewart. But... I love the hoodie game. Where do you get them? I almost wear a hoodie everyday if I'm permitted. I'm always looking for a good hoodie.

  • Ricardo Blikman
    Ricardo Blikman15 dögum síðan

    You cannot compare covid to the Spanish Flu because the Spanish Flu mainly killed young people and old people survid it probably because they have more resistance from earlier deseases.

  • Ricardo Blikman
    Ricardo Blikman15 dögum síðan

    In the Netherlands quite a lot of people think Bill Gates created covid because he eats people and want to kill the world to save the environment. Lol

  • andile smamane

    andile smamane

    14 dögum síðan

    🙈🙈🙈 same in my country

  • Sherlline Carillo
    Sherlline Carillo15 dögum síðan

    Apparently, there is no cure to stupidity. That is a fact.

  • Jessica Godare
    Jessica Godare15 dögum síðan

    My great grandmother lived threw the Spanish Flu (she was born in 1908) in northern California. her family lived in the middle of nowhere. They lived about 20 miles from the nearest town. Her whole family survived only because they basically quarantined themselves to their ranch. She told me once that they'd only go to town once ever 2-3 months for supplies and they had a massive garden to feed themselves. Personally the reason I think the only reason covid-19 wasn't as bad as the Spanish Flu is we have hospital that are equipped with breathing respiratory and in 1918 they didn't have that kinda technology.

  • John Monday
    John Monday15 dögum síðan

    Check new CDC death rate for 2020. same as 2019. Show covid massive death is fake. No need to take vaccine. 8 months and flu covid gone

  • Fiscus Tv
    Fiscus Tv15 dögum síðan

    No its b cos trump would rather deny that there's a pandemic and fail to take action not to talk of undermining the US science communities by putting a mike pence that knows nothing pandemic as the head, not to talk of is public gaffs like drinking insecticide, trump ridicule The US and culpable of the thousands of death. Sorry American don't make the Trump presidency mistake ever again.

  • Lindiwe Hlatshwayo
    Lindiwe Hlatshwayo15 dögum síðan

    Trevor, I think it's time to come back home. I'm sure we Africans have more updated information than that.

  • Lindiwe Hlatshwayo

    Lindiwe Hlatshwayo

    15 dögum síðan

    AND more professionalism. You're still at work you know, and I have to say I am over the background.

  • Lindiwe Hlatshwayo

    Lindiwe Hlatshwayo

    15 dögum síðan

    It's like being notified of videos I've seen before, it's outdated. Severely outdated. We need more world news, you already have American correspondents.

  • Gstar2395
    Gstar239515 dögum síðan

    r/facepalm

  • hefon
    hefon15 dögum síðan

    By Trump's logic it should be called the American flu!

  • Eli B
    Eli B15 dögum síðan

    One day in about 2-3 weeks... Trump will disappear!

  • Kelly Kaufman
    Kelly Kaufman15 dögum síðan

    Wait, are the mortality rates and demographics similar I'm confused. But also I'm American so I'm allowed to be confused. How much money does Trevor's little awards melt down to? Also Harry Potter in Spanish is odd

  • Andrea Repetto
    Andrea Repetto15 dögum síðan

    LOL omg another thing that Latinos and Africans have in common -- Vicks Vaporub cures everything.

  • knygma07
    knygma0715 dögum síðan

    There was also the Asian and Hong Kong flu. These occurred during the 1960's

  • Law office of Chris Van Vechten
    Law office of Chris Van Vechten15 dögum síðan

    Masks didn't work in 1918, but they didn't have N95s elemental.medium.com/why-gauze-masks-failed-in-1918-and-what-we-can-do-better-e735406f0e36#:~:text=Most%20of%20us%20have%20seen,citywide%20scale%20in%20San%20Francisco.

  • AnimeAddictDude
    AnimeAddictDude15 dögum síðan

    You know what will cure Covid-19, bubble tea, come and buy my bubble tea on university st

  • John Monday

    John Monday

    15 dögum síðan

    Covid and ivermectin if really interested.

  • Felicity
    Felicity15 dögum síðan

    Is it bad that first thing I noticed was that he cut his hair

  • MD 110
    MD 11015 dögum síðan

    damn man😎😎😎

  • Big worm
    Big worm15 dögum síðan

    America never learns

  • HUDSON JOSEPH
    HUDSON JOSEPH15 dögum síðan

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  • Arlitha Goppert
    Arlitha Goppert15 dögum síðan

    Population control is what pandemics are. Thats why Presidents play dumb. They know people are.

  • victor maphosa
    victor maphosa15 dögum síðan

    Replace Vick's with a hearty meal and you've got my Mom (Zim)

  • Never2yield
    Never2yield15 dögum síðan

    Woodrow Wilson came down with the 1918 flu and soon after had a stroke and his wife took over til the next president was elected and inaugurated. All hail Dragon Lady Melania.

  • o0OHermioneO0o
    o0OHermioneO0o15 dögum síðan

    You left out the fact that the Spanish flu started in the US and spread to other parts of the world with the US' active entry into WW1. It's only called "Spanish" flu because the censorship in Spain wasn't as strict as in other countries and the newspapers there were first to write about it. And 100 years may seem looong ago for many, but in my family, we still remember the names of the relatives who died from the Spanish flu.

  • o0OHermioneO0o
    o0OHermioneO0o15 dögum síðan

    I'll one-up you: In 1679, the plague reached Vienna. For half a year, the sanitary committee, instead of counteracting the disease, tried to conceal it until people started dying in masses. People's ideas of the sources of the plague were absolutely ridiculous, but the measures taken were quite modern: social distancing, quarantine, protection of airways, closing of markets, etc. However, reading records from back then gave me chills, because PEOPLE BACK THEN REACTED EXACTLY THE SAME AS PEOPLE TODAY!! There are several accounts of people standing together (over plague corpses lying in the streets), people breaking their quarantine, etc. The plague eventually ended with 1/3 of the population dying from the plague and its consequences. Let's not repeat the mistakes from 342 years ago!!

  • robert dutton
    robert dutton15 dögum síðan

    The presidents job is not to start a panick. Just imagine if he walked onto stage and said we are all going to die, this is going to wipe up out. If you want to see for you self how effective masks are ride a 4 wheeler, shovel a grain bin, sand some drywall. The president was right you only have a short time on earth and if you choose to run and hide in a corner panicked by all means do it. If you want to protect yourself from getting sick, exercise, see your doctor, eat a healthy diet, do not use drugs. Death is a part of life get used to it because you are going to die.

  • Paul Rodriguez
    Paul Rodriguez15 dögum síðan

    Face masks did not stop the Spanish flu nor any of them were used at that time. QUIT spreading false information you commie

  • Remco van Dijk
    Remco van Dijk15 dögum síðan

    Excellent video, it's shocking to see the similarities between then and now. This should be mandatory viewing for everyone on the planet, even though most governments are doing better than the US government. There's still substantial amounts of people who just ignore what their government is urging them to do, because reasons, so they need to be reminded of what went wrong in the past.

  • Brad
    Brad16 dögum síðan

    Covid vs spanish flu: || covid || Spanish flu death % || 0.5% || 3% death nb ||1.8M so far || 20-100M Global pop|| 7.7B || 2.2B

  • Rinse-esniR

    Rinse-esniR

    15 dögum síðan

    At least some improvement.

  • NLON HUPH
    NLON HUPH16 dögum síðan

    Anybody else who turn on their "Airplane mode after Trevors comment 😅

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    Utewa Vkdo16 dögum síðan

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  • Flavius Baias
    Flavius Baias16 dögum síðan

    60 millions people dead vs 2 millions,Is a big fucking different idiot

  • Rinse-esniR

    Rinse-esniR

    15 dögum síðan

    So you wanted more people to die?

  • Cc Silva
    Cc Silva16 dögum síðan

    People asked for miracle to learn o God maybe that's the problem and to many dumb asses messing with others lives.

  • Joe Goulart
    Joe Goulart16 dögum síðan

    I'm 58y.o. and when I was child Vicks Vaporub was my parent's answer for ALL problems! :)

  • Shaun S
    Shaun S16 dögum síðan

    2:39 Trump is made up of all the worst parts of all presidents. Lol🤣😂👌 That is 💯

  • Alan Gray
    Alan Gray16 dögum síðan

    Sheep

  • Rinse-esniR

    Rinse-esniR

    15 dögum síðan

    You sure are

  • Sunny
    Sunny16 dögum síðan

    this is very interesting and informative, thank you. I am wondering, because I have not see this in the news, of the people who are getting the virus, are they wearing a mask, washing, distancing? or what. we need to know if those measures do work, or what's going on.

  • Rinse-esniR

    Rinse-esniR

    15 dögum síðan

    Most cases originate from infecting people close to you, where you don't see the need to keep distance, wear a mask, etc.

  • Cyb3rHusky
    Cyb3rHusky16 dögum síðan

    I like how you can tell how far into the pandemic a clip is by Trevor's hair.

  • Lawrence Bauer Lawrence
    Lawrence Bauer Lawrence16 dögum síðan

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  • Scifisam
    Scifisam16 dögum síðan

    "When we forget the infection, will we remember the lesson?" Bring Me The Horizon - Parasite Eve

  • N1ght Lover
    N1ght Lover16 dögum síðan

    To be correct: Chinese flu vs Spanish flu

  • Rinse-esniR

    Rinse-esniR

    15 dögum síðan

    It's not a flu. Flu is influenza, Covid19 is Corona

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