HC Deb 25 July 1939 vol 350 c1234
33. Sir Thomas Cook

asked the Secretary of State for War what arrangements have been made to deal with possible outbreaks of infectious disease at the antiaircraft camps at Weybourne and Stiffkey and other War Office establishments in Norfolk?

Mr. Hore-Belisha

Arrangements have been made for cases of major infectious disease to be admitted to civil isolation hospitals, and for cases of minor infectious disease to be admitted to the Military Hospital, Colchester.

Mr. A. V. Alexander

Are the regulations concerning cubic space and floor space being rigidly adhered to?

Mr. Hore-Belisha

Yes, Sir. Up to the present there has been no complaint about that.