Pandemic! This word is creating terror in people's minds, the latest is COVID-19 that has spread worldwide. Then there are those who are interested in presenting the facts of such a pandemic to people in the form of movies / documentaries, and as far as you know, COVID-19 is not the only pandemic the world has faced. Here's a list of the best pandemic-related documentaries you should definitely watch.

  1. Pandemic: How to Prevent an Outbreak
    This documentary, released in January 2020, is about the spread of flu and how doctors and scientists around the world are determined and working on finding a vaccine for it. virus. It mainly focuses on finding the vaccine for the pandemic and how the frontline workers are fighting for it. Besides finding the vaccine, it also shows how scientists are working to make the anti-flu vaccine accessible to developing countries.

  2. The Coming Pandemic
    This documentary was released in 2005 and showed the likelihood and potential of a major pandemic to affect / kill millions of people. It had the sole motive of showing the transformation of an influenza virus that would kill millions of birds, animals and people across Asia. Some believe it was the new H1N1 outbreak in 2009, while others believe it was the widespread COVID-19 outbreak. & # 39; examines the lesser known smallpox epidemic that nearly devastated Montreal in the year 1885. Now you have to wonder how it happened when vaccination was invented as early as 1796! Well, the reason is that the residents of Montreal were resistant to the vaccination, and 3,200 people ultimately lost their lives in this pandemic. While it wasn't much devastating, it was just a small trailer of the current scenario.

  3. Unseen Enemy
    This 2017 documentary from CNN focused on three crucial pandemics, namely Zika, Influenza and Ebola. It not only described the epidemics, but also looked at the reasons why this outbreak was widespread. That came with two obvious reasons, one is the massive population growth and the second is increased travel both domestically and internationally.

  4. Virus Empire: From SARS to Ebola
    This 2009 documentary explored outbreaks of diseases such as SARS and Ebola. Viewed before 2020, this can educate people about the potential impact of and in preventing the COVID-19 outbreak. Such outbreaks have literally killed more people than in any war. The producers and the entire team have done their best to demonstrate the risk of victims from such deadly viruses.

  5. Ebola: The Story
    This documentary is all about the Ebola virus that has caused enormous damage worldwide, especially in the West African countries. Between 2013 and 2016, approximately 11,325 people died worldwide as a result of this outbreak. At the time, 40 percent of infected West Africans were expected to die from this disease. People from abroad may not know the devastating consequences of this disease, but the traumatized people were really traumatized. During the making of this documentary, the team met the affected people and interviewed them about its impact on their lives.