As new coronavirus cases continue to break records in many states..consider this scenario: 'Almost every city has closed down much of its activity. Many cities reopened too soon and had to close a second time — sometimes a third time — and faced intense resistance. But lives were saved.' Sound familiar? That's not the pandemic we're currently living through, but the influenza pandemic of 1918. John M. Barry, author of 'The Great Influenza: The Story of the Deadliest Pandemic in History,' joined Cheddar to discuss.