Vol 61 No 2 2021
The Great Plague and the Great Fire of London
A Cooke’s tour
By Dr. Robin A. Cooke
In 1665 and 1666, London experienced two devastating events. 15 to 20 percent of the city's population was killed by the plague, while the fire burned about a quarter of the region. Robin Cooke describes the impact of the plague from a clinical perspective, the role of plague doctors and hospitals, and the impact of the London Fire during that time.
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