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Uncertainty is always hard to predict and estimate. It is not only a challenge to individuals but to the businesses and the governments as well. Often we prepare ourselves to tackle these uncertainties and many times tackle the uncertain conditions with outside support. However, the most challenging situation arise when all have to be dealt at once. This is what has been experienced during Covid -19. If we search through the archival records, an event with similar spread and impact can be traced during 1918 pandemic, termed as Spanish flu. Although the Spanish flu and its impact are under reported, the lessons learnt from the pandemic Spanish Flu can guide us on a way to tackle Covid-19 in a better way.