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This Day In Norwood History-March 26

CONTROL NORWOOD FEVER

in the Flats District Is Closely Watched to Prevent Its Spread, Says Nickerson

Mon, Mar 27, 1916 – The Boston Globe (Boston, Massachusetts)

NORWOOD, March 26 – The Norwood believe that they can confine the epidemic of on the flats to one district. Chairman William P. Nickerson said today.

There are 11 cases closely quarantined in five houses, with five cases in one house on Dean st. The Board of Health employed a nurse to visit the homes in that section of the town and examine for possible cases.

The was closed Friday and fumigated. , situated in the Flats, has been ordered closed for the present.

No services were held at on St James ave today. There was no Sunday school at St Catherine’s Church.

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