Smallpox vaccination in Congo

Smallpox vaccination in Congo

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Caption: At the Clinic Indigene Publique in Coquilhatville, Congo, people are vaccinated against smallpox while blood tests to detect venereal diseases are done simultaneously. World Health Organization Dr. S. Jolibois of Haiti is in charge of the clinic. 1963.

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