HC Deb 29 November 1960 vol 631 c40W
Mr. de Freitas

asked the Minister of Health approximately how many people in Lincoln and Lincolnshire, respectively, have been inoculated against poliomyelitis in the last five years; and approximately how many people are now entitled to free inoculation.

Miss Pitt

In Lincoln 30,000 persons out of 41,000 eligible had been vaccinated against poliomyelitis by 30th September, 1960. The corresponding figures for Lincolnshire, viz., the Parts of Holland, Kesteven and Lindsey and the County Boroughs of Grimsby and Lincoln, were 228,000 and 500,000. All the figures are approximate.

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