Vaccination Prevents Smallpox - pamphlet

Vaccination Prevents Smallpox - pamphlet

Transcript

The Only Protection Against Smallpox is Vaccination

THE CHILD should be vaccinated at or before the first birthday and again upon entering school. Two successful "takes" will probably protect for life. However, during an epidemic persons who have not been successfully vaccinated within five years should be revaccinated without delay. If smallpox be of the virulent type all persons not successfully vaccinated within one year should be vaccinated at once.

Everyone
is
Susceptible
to
Smallpox



Vaccination
PREVENTS SMALLPOX


FLORIDA STATE BOARD OF HEALTH
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA

Source

State Archives of Florida: Series S908, Box 01, Folder 20

Description

Pamphlet encouraging vaccination against smallpox; also includes information on how people contract smallpox and who is most susceptible.