Hints from the Health Department. Leaflet from the archive of the Society of Medical Officers of Health. Credit: Wellcome Collection, London
[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for St. Pancras, London, Borough of]
8. In small-pox cases to the Vaccination Officers.
9. In small-pox cases to the Public Vaccinator.
10. During June, July, and September (holidaj time) to the Children's
Country Holiday Fund, when lists of over 1,000 children at one
time are sometimes sent to be checked.
In addition to these Notifications, Certificates of Disinfection have also to
be provided in order that other persons in the family and the house may
resume attendance at school, workplaces, &c.
|Year.||Population of St. Pan eras.||Number of Cases Notified.||Morbidity per 1000 Persons.||Number of Deaths.||Fatality per 1000 Cases.|
|Mean of 8 years||234,708||429||1.8||15||34.9|
|Mean of 11 years||236,797||234||0.89||13||54.2|
*N.B.—This year is not included in either series because it was a transition
This matter was considered by the Metropolitan Branch of the Incorporated
Society of Medical Officers of Health in 1906, anil it was decided that it was
undesirable to take any steps to remove erysipelas from the list of notifiable