HC Deb 08 June 1939 vol 348 c616W
Sir H. Morris-Jones

asked the Minister of Health whether his attention has been drawn to the booklet prepared by and for use at the Manchester Royal Infirmary in connection with air-raid precautions scheme; and whether his Department can use it as the basis of its recommendations to other large hospitals in our great cities?

Mr. Elliot

I have seen the booklet and consider it most useful. Its object is, however, to instruct members of the infirmary staff in their duties in the event of air raids, and it would not be suitable for general use, in view of the wide variations between the different hospitals.

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