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Pandemic Flu and the Potential for U.S. Economic Recession: A State-by-State Analysis
Barry Leonard (ed)
This study estimates that a pandemic in the U.S. would cause 87.5 million people to miss work, for 3 weeks, which could cause the U.S. gross domestic product to drop by more than 5.5%, resulting in economic losses totaling $683 billion. The report states that a severe flu outbreak would make at least 30% of the population sick (90 million people) & would kill at least 2.25 million people. The study looked at potential impacts on each state & projected that the average state would experience a 5.5% decline in its economy. The following variables were considered: the severity of the flu strain, lost labor productivity, & the epidemicís impact on health care & the demand for products & services. Charts & tables.
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