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Excerpt from The Administration of a Yellow Fever Campaign: Supplement No; 15 to the Public Health Reports, June 12, 1914
The name and address of all persons entering infected cities should be taken by inspectors and for five days thereafter they should be inspected at their place of residence by the inspectors of the ward in which they live. This prevents the introduction of fresh yellow fever cases into the infected city.
Persons leaving the infected city should obtain a certificate from the division of train inspection showing that they have not been exposed to infection for the past six days. To render the certificate nontransferable, the thumb-mark system is especially valuable.
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