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CHOLERA. PLAGUE, SMALLPOX, TYPHUS FEVER, AND YELLOW FEVER.

The reports contained in the following tables must not I* considered as complete or final as regards cither the list of countries included or the liRures for the particular counuics for which reports are given.

Reports Received During Week Ended July 27, 1923.'

CHOLERA.

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Tananarive

Tananarive.

Mauritius (Island)

Port Louis

May 13-19.

May 1-15. do...

May i.

May 1-15, 1923: Cases, 15;

death*. 15.
Bubonic and septicemic.
SertilssBnic.
May 4-21, 1921: Two cases.

SMALLPOX.

1 From medical officers of the Public Health Service, American consuls, and other sources.

CHOLERA, PLAGUE, SMALLPOX, TYPHUS FEVER, AND YELLOW

FEVER—Continued.

Reports Received During Week Ended July 27, 1923 —Continued.
SMALLPOX— Continued.

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CHOLERA, PLAGUE, SMALLPOX, TYPHUS FEVER, AND YELLOW

FEVER—Continued.

Reports Received from June 30 to July 20, 1923.'

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CHOLERA.

PLAGUE.

1 From medical officers of toe Public Health Service, American consuls, and other sources. For reports received from Dec. 30, 1922, to June 29, 1923. sec Public Health Reports for June 29, 1923. The tables of epidemic diseases are terminated semiannually and Dew tables begun.

CHOLERA, PLAGUE, SMALLPOX, TYPHUS FEVER, AND YELLOW

FEVER—Continued.

Reports Received from June 30 to July 20, 1923—Continued.

SMALLPOX.

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CHOLERA, PLAGUE, SMALLPOX, TYPHUS FEVER, AND YELLOW

FEVER—Continued.

Reports Received from June 30 to July 20, 1923—Continued.
SMALLPOX—Continued.

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