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Activities Report: Vector Control and Investigations Branch.
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    October-December 1951
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Activities Report: Vector Control and Investigations Branch.
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    The Vector Control and Investigations Branch was officially organized on October 5, 1951, by order of the Medical Director in Charge. The components of the new Branch were formerly the Engineering and Entomology Branches and the plague studies and investigations in the West and Hawaii which were under the jurisdiction of the Laboratory Branch. The Branch is composed of the Office of the Chief and seven Sections. Many of the trends and observations contained herein are of a preliminary nature and studies are continuing. Material in this report is not for publication or release in articles for publication without authorization. General and adminstrative activities -- Fly control and investigations -- Malaria investigations -- Mosquito control and investigations -- Plague investigations -- Rodent control and investigations -- Thomasville Field Station -- Regional offices -- Water resources. Federal Security Agency, Public Health Service, Communicable Disease Center, Atlanta, Georgia. 37 numbered pages
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