Limerick Smallpox Scare Subsides; Authorities Maintain Vigilance

A young woman in Limerick, initially hospitalized due to a suspected case of Smallpox, has successfully recovered and is slated for discharge today. No additional cases have surfaced in the city, thanks to the effective precautions implemented by the Local Government Board. Although arrivals from Glasgow and other ports are suspected to be the source of Smallpox cases, authorities continue to maintain a vigilant stance to prevent further outbreaks.

Northamptonshire Evening Telegraph – Monday 15 April 1901

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