Petey Dink: 1918 Influenza Pandemic Comic Strips, by H. A. Voight

"Help Fight The Grip. — How Not To Get It: Get fresh air and sunshine. Avoid crowded places, especially cars. Keep away from sneezers and coughers. Don't visit people!!! with colds. Keep your mouth and teeth clean. Protect the body by proper clothing. Avoid exposure by sudden changes. Avoid worry and and fatigue. How Not to Give It: Stay at home on the first indication of a cold. Don't receive visitors while sick or recovering. Don't leave your home until all symptoms have gone. Don't sneeze, spit or cough in public places. Don't hesitate to complain against careless spitters and coughers. — The State Department of Health and the Connecticut State Council of Defense urge you to DO YOUR BIT TO STOP THE GRIP."

The Days of Real Sport — Spanish influenza and World War I, in American newspapers

"Those gauzy masks the barbers wear — what but the flu has put them there? Now, if the thing be handled rightly, the curb applied a bit more tightly, the flu be thanked! We solve that puzzle; how fit the barber with a muzzle. The mask that stops that fell ker-choo shall still the fluent barber, too."

Eateries help support health care workers, by Stephen Fries

"Restaurants in Connecticut and across the country have come together to feed the front line. In New Haven, 1,100 meals a day are prepared, with 18 restaurants participating, and deliveries made to Yale New Haven Hospital, the Veterans Affairs medical center in West Haven and various testing sites."