The Great Fire of London

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  • The Great Plague
    • 1665
    • Treatment: magic, religion and superstition
    • People wore charms, amulets, prayers and fasted
    • Bloodletting was still used. It created wounds that could become infected
    • Believed Miasma caused disease.
    • People carried posies of herbs and flowers
    • Plague victims were quarantined
    • Red cross on doors
    • Mass plague graves. People buried  at night
    • Public events were banned.
    • Responses from Local Government
    • The Great Fire of London sterilised large parts of London

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