In San Angelo, some businesses remained open, simply hoping to survive.
San Angelo, meanwhile, reported 420 cases, one for every 124 people.
The San Angelo polio outbreak would stack up, percentage-wise, as one of the most destructive ever recorded anywhere in the world.
The epidemic preyed on children, doing its worst damage in the summer months.
And why was epidemic polio primarily a disease of the 20th century that struck the world’s more developed nations, especially the United States?

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