THE REPORT OF THE SANITARY COMMISSIONER WITH THE GOVERNMENT OF INDIA FOR 1898

1900 The Lancet  
In addition to the above five persons were removed to the Belvidere Hospital during the fortnight, presenting symptoms which at the time of their admission gave rise to a suggestion of plague. In three of these cases the further development of the symptoms enabled them to be set aside as definitely not cases of plague, while two cases still remain under observation. RELATIONSHIP OF CASES. (1) Charles MeM. has no association which can be traced with earlier known cases. A neighbour had died on
more » ... hbour had died on August 28th from "pneumonia" and was buried on Sept. 1st. After the death the bed on which he had laid was transferred to McM.'s house and was used by McM. and his wife.
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