HC Deb 18 April 1929 vol 227 cc415-6
73. Lieut.-Colonel FREMANTLE

asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs if he has any information as to the requirements with regard to vaccination of visitors preceeding from this country to France; and what steps he is taking to help them conveniently to conform to these requirements?


Since my right hon. Friend dealt with this matter yesterday, official confirmation has been received of the suspension of the new French vaccination regulations. Discussions with the French Government are continuing.

Lieut.-Colonel FREMANTLE

Why is it that such action should have been taken when there are at least two international bodies that deal with health matters, one at Geneva and one at Paris? Do they not naturally cover the question?


That question does not arise out of the answer. The hon. and gallant Gentleman should put down a question on the Paper.

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