From Leprosy to COVID-19: The Evolution of Quarantines (Part 2)

Editor’s Note: This is the second in a three part series. Read the first part here. By: Deanna Altomara During medieval times, disease control techniques were a patchwork of quarantine stations, sanitary barriers, hidden observation posts, laws restricting the movements of foreigners, banishment, and even walling up the houses of plague victims. Some of the…

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