§ 42. Sir RYLAND ADKINS
asked how the Insurance Council are treating the case of an employed person whose employer and himself have duly paid their contributions under the National Insurance Act if he is ordered by the medical officer of health of the district to abstain from pursuing his employment or has a certificate from his medical attendant that it is dangerous for him to pursue his employment, in consequence of his being subject to communicating and disseminating infection owing to a member or members of his family suffering from an infectious disease?
§ Mr. MASTERMAN
In the circumstances stated in the question of the hon. Member, the insured person would not himself be suffering from illness, and he would not be entitled to benefit.