Smallpox vaccination points, 5 packets supplied and used by the Government Lymph Establishment London, 1873
The National Vaccine Establishment was founded in 1808 to promote small-pox vaccination and provide a trustworthy supply of lymph for this purpose. Vaccination stations were set up in Bristol, Liverpool and London. Packets of ivory vaccination points were sent to each station to vaccinate the general public free of charge. Vaccinators were also trained at the stations.
- Public Health & Hygiene
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- vaccination point
- furnishing and equipment
- tools & equipment
- Government Lymph Establishment
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