HC Deb 19 March 1913 vol 50 cc1058-9W

asked the Secretary of State for War what was the average age of the 944 children referred to on page 23 of the Report on the health of the Army for the year 1911 as having been re-vaccinated; why it was considered neces- sary to revaccinate so many children; if any explanation is available to account for such a high percentage of success in these revaccinations at 97.5; and why the percentage named was higher than the percentages in the case of recruits, soldiers, and women, respectively?

Colonel SEELY

No information is available in the War Office concerning the various points raised in the question.