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I'm not sure you're making the point you think you're making. Setting aside the fact that H1N1 had a lower mortality rate than what the best guesses for COVID-19 are, it still infected 60M people (disproportionately young ones, for an influenza virus) in the US and continues to be a major problem in many parts of the world! Maybe some serious preventative measures would have been a good thing!Just a question. In 2009 to 20010 during the Swine Flu pandemic, did any sporting events or anything else get cancelled? It infected over 60 million people in the United States and caused over 12,000 deaths. But I believe the NCAA tournament played on.