Health for the Americas: Insects as Carriers of Disease Trailer

Health for the Americas: Insects as Carriers of Disease Trailer (1945)

30 June 1945 Animated 8 mins

The animated character Careless Charlie once again comes under attack from typhoid carried by lice, flies and mosquitoes. The film proposes solutions and demonstrates how people can protect themselves from the diseases carried by insects.

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