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Romford 1906

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

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No.Date.Locality.Disease.Source of Disease. Action taken.Result,
54June 9DagcnhamDiphtheriaOne case Ditto
55,, 9North HornchurchDiphtheriaOne case. Contracted away from home
50,, 14UpminsterEnteric FeverOne case. Defective sanitary surroundings. RemovedAnother case occurred here and was removed to Urban district
57„ 17New Road, DagenhamDiphtheriaOne case notified, not confirmed by bacteriological examination
58„ 20North HornchurchDiphtheriaOne case. Origin obscure. RemovedNo other case
59,, 23New Road, DagenhamScarlet FeverA case in same house as No. 57 (Diphtheria) RemovedNo other case
GO„ 26South HornchurchDiphtheriaA case in same house as No. 43
61„ 28Havering SchoolScarlet FeverOne case. Presumed to have been imported. The child having been to an entertainment beyond the district and sitting next to a child from an infected house. Case removed. School closed for a weekNo other case
62July 2-5Claremont RoadScarlet FeverThree cases in one family. RemovedNo other case
63». 5HornchurchEnteric FeverOne case, contracted away from homeNo other case
64„ 11Beacontree HeathDiphtheriaOne case. RemovedNo other case
65,, 16-17Harold WoodScarlet FeverTwo cases in one family. Removed. Source obscureSee No. 66
66,, 19Harold WoodScarlet FeverOne case. Infected by No. 65. Removed
67,, 20, 22 & 24Harold WoodScarlet FeverThree cases in a family next door to No. 65. RemovedSee No, 72
68„ 29Great WalleyScarlet FeverOne case
69„ 29HactonScarlet FeverDitto
70Aug. 3HornchurchScarlet FeverDittoSee No. 86
71„ 14HornchurchScarlet FeverOne case in same family where a child had been in the Isolation Hospital for two months. Removed