DTTAR PRADESH GAZETTE, AUGUST 13,1955
OFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR OF MEDICAL AND HEALTH SERVICES, UTTAR PRADESH
The following atateme.it ahowing seizures and deaths from plague, oholora_ and small-pos reported in
Ottar Pradesh, during the week ending July 30, 1955, is published for general information .
Districts and Cities
Etaw.ih District .,
Faizabad City ..
Gorakhpur City ..
J.ilaun District .
Add for the week ending July 23, 1955 i
Districts and Cities r
Dehra Dun District
ELawah District ..
Gouda City .. -. —
Mainpuii District ..
Muzaffainagar Diatrict ... -
August 4, 1955.
A. N. CHOPRA,
Director of Medical and Health Services Uttar Prad&sh.
UNION PUBLIC SEVICE COMMISSION
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