Smallpox By: Piper Wood Prince

Smallpox is one of the most feared diseases in history, and has taken the lives of many people!
Symptoms for the disease are headaches, back pain, fever, and blistering.
Smallpox kills 30% of its victims. The disease delveopes very quickly.
1796 was when the first vaccine to control smallpox was made.
Smallpox impacted people's surplus because the disease kept them from working on their crops.
Smallpox impacted our surplus because the disease wiped out 300,000,000 people in the 20th century. Because of this, as many people could tend to their crops.
Smallpox has been in the world so long that even a famous pharaoh got the disease in 1156 BC. It's still in the world today but most people have the vaccine.


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