New Zealand Medical Services in Middle East and Italy
During March no inspections could be carried out by the Hygiene Section and no work done in the workshop. During April the normal routine was resumed and sullage and deep trench pits, latrine seats, page 452 and urinals were provided. Refuse and the manure at the Mule Pack Company were burnt in pits and buried three times a day. During May the workshop was busy making latrine seats, fly signs, and slogans. The general level of sanitary care throughout the Division during the period was very good.