HC Deb 05 March 1912 vol 35 c197

asked the First Lord of the Admiralty whether there are at present at Osborne College two cases of typhoid fever, two of bronchitis, one of pneumonia, and one of diphtheria; whether there are in the college altogether seventy people on the sick list; and, if so, what steps are being taken to prevent the various diseases from spreading?

The CIVIL LORD of the ADMIRALTY (Mr. George Lambert)

There were thirty-two cases of boys under medical treatment at Osborne College on 3rd March, 1912. Of these, one was a case of enteric fever, now convalescing; three cases of pneumonia; one of chicken-pox. The remaining twenty-seven are minor diseases and injuries. There were no cases of diphtheria or bronchitis.