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Poplar 1910

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Poplar, Metropolitan Borough]

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(Education), London County Council, that the head teacher of the infants'
department of Cubitt Town School had been requested to exclude, from
the 12th to the 20th May inclusive, all the unprotected children under the
age of 5 years, on account of the prevalence of measles.
On the 9th June, a letter was received from the Medical Officer
(Education) of the London County Council, stating that in consequence of
the presence of measles in the infants' department of Fairfield Road School,
he had directed that unprotected children be excluded from attendance at
school, from room B, from 10th to 15th June inclusive.
On 16th June, a letter was received from the Medical Officer
(Education) of the London County Council, stating that in consequence of
the presence of measles in the infants' department of Colloden Street
School, he had directed that unprotected children under 5 years of age be
excluded from attendance at school from 16th to 24th June inclusive.
On 12th July, a report was received from the Medical Officer
(Education), London County Council, that in consequence of the presence
of measles in the infants' department of Cubitt Town School, he had
directed that the unprotected children in class-room C. be excluded from
attendance at school from 11th to 20th July inclusive.
On 16th July, a further report was received from the Medical Officer
(Education), London County Council, that in consequence of the presence
of measles in the infants' department of Knapp Road School, he had
directed that the unprotected children in class-room C. be excluded from
attendance at school from 18th to 20th July inclusive.
Notice was received on 5th November from the Medical Officer
(Education), London County Council, of the exclusion from class-room F.
of the infants' department of St. Leonard's Road School, from 7th to 25th
November inclusive, of all unprotected children on account of the presence
of measles.
During the four weeks ended 10th December, notices were received
from the Medical Officer (Education), London County Council, that in
consequence of the presence of measles in the infants' departments of the
schools undermentioned, directions had been given for the exclusion from
attendance at school of all unprotected children specified below for the
periods stated :—


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