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Romford 1906

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Romford RDC]

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The following table shows the nature and distribution of fatal zymotic disease in the localities of the district.

, Dagenham.j Havering.Upminster.Hornchurch.Rainham.Great Parley.
Measles3----1
Diphtheria--13--
Enteric Fever------
Scarlet Fever8--3--
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ISOLATION HOSPITAL.

The following cases were admitted into the Isolation Hospital from the Rural District during the year.

Recovered.Died.
Scarlet Fever89827
Diphtheria44413
Enteric Fever12102
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I have, as in previous reports, much pleasure in testifying to the
at isfactory way in which, as far as I know, the duties of inspection,
&c., are carried out by the Sanitary Inspectors.
Area and population of district:
Area, in acres 32,245
Population 21,500
General death-rate 11.2 per 1,000
Infant death-rate (under 1 year) 4.04 per 1,000
I am, Gentlemen,
Your obedient Servant,
The Lodge, Romford, ALFRED WRIGHT.
February 11th, 1907.


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