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Report No. 151

5.11. Sanitary Conventions.-

In order to ensure maximum security against the international spread of disease with the minimum interference with world traffic, the International Sanitary Regulations, Geneva, 1951, were adopted by the World Health Assembly in that year, and these Regulations as regards yellow flag provisions, sanitary control of pilgrim traffic, etc., were amended by subsequent World Health Assemblies. As far as shipping is concerned, the Sanitary Regulations of 1951 represent, as it were, the codified law on the subject, being the culmination of a process which started in 1892.

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