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CITY REPORTS FOR WEEK ENDED AUGUST II, 1923—Continued. DIPHTHERIA. MEASLES. SCARLET FEVER. AND TUBERCULOSIS—Continued. CITY REPORTS FOR WEEK ENDED AUGUST 11, 1923—Continued. DIPHTHERIA, MEASLES, SCARLET FEVER. AND TUBERCULOSIS—Continued.

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CITY REPORTS FOR WEEK ENDED AUGUST 11, 1923—Continued. DIPHTHERIA, MEASLES. SCARLET FEVER, AND TUBERCULOSIS—Continued. CITY REPORTS FOR WEEK ENDED AUGUST 11, 1923—Continued. DIPHTHERIA, MEASLES, SCARLET FEVER, AND TUBERCULOSIS—Continued.

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FOREIGN AND INSULAR

ALGERIA.

Smallpox—Tuberculosis—Typhus Fever—Algiers—June, 1923.

During the month of June, 1923, 9 cases of smallpox, 87 cases of tuberculosis, all forms, with 87 deaths, and 25 cases of typhus fever with 5 deaths, were reported at Algiers, Algeria. Population, census of March, 1923, 206,595.

BRAZIL.

Yellow Fever—Bahia.

Yellow fever has been reported at Bahia as follows: Week ended June 30, 1923—four cases; week ended July 7, 1923—two deaths.

CUBA.

Communicable Diseases. Communicable diseases have been reported in Cuba as follows:

Itabana.

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Disease.

Chicken pox

Diphtheria

Leprosy

Malaria

Measles

Paratyphoid (ever.

S<-artet fever

Typhoid [ever

> From abroad, 1.

'From the interior, 33.

• From the interior, 32.

■ From abroad, 1.

»From the interior, 34.

1 From the Interior, 34.

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