Is pandemic hard to learn?
Pandemic is significantly harder the more people you add, yes. It is also more fun, but it can take a bit to learn the successful strategies, especially if you’re new to board games.
How do you cure a disease in pandemic?
If your pawn is in a city with a Research Station, discard 5 cards of the same color to cure the corresponding disease. Take a Cure marker and place it (vial-side up) on the Discovered Cures area of the board to indicate which disease has been cured. Place the spent cards into the Player Discard Pile.
What happens when you run out of infection cards in pandemic?
If your Infection Deck ever runs out, shuffle the discard and to form a new draw pile. Epidemic 3 is card #29 in the deck, Epidemic 4 is card #55 in the deck. That means Epidemic 3 is drawn on turn 15, while Epidemic 4 is drawn on turn 28 – so 13 turns in between.
What happens when you run out of player cards in pandemic?
Finally, you lose if you run out of player cards, which are drawn each turn. Player cards contain the city cards you’ll need to make your rummy hands, as well as epidemic and event cards, which either kick the spread of disease up a notch or give you one-shot tools to deal with catastrophes.
Which disease has been eradicated?
To date, the World Health Organization (WHO) has declared only 2 diseases officially eradicated: smallpox caused by variola virus (VARV) and rinderpest caused by the rinderpest virus (RPV).
What viruses have we eradicated?
Two infectious diseases have successfully been eradicated: smallpox and rinderpest. There are also four ongoing programs, targeting poliomyelitis, yaws, dracunculiasis, and malaria.