concerning the performance of a TB X-ray mass screening in the Reichshof administrative division [Kreishauptmannschaft] on November 13 and 15, 1943.
Pursuant to the Order Concerning the TB X-ray Mass Screening of August 15, 1943 (Verordnungsblatt für das Generalgouvernement, p. 460), the following is mandated for the area of the Reichshof administrative division:
On Nov. 13 and 15, 1943, a TB X-ray mass screening will be performed inside the NSDAP building, 17 Schlosstrasse.
The following are required to appear for the TB screening:
1.) on Nov. 13, 1943
a) from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m., the male Germans
b) from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m., the female Germans and German children age 3 and up
2.) on Nov. 15, 1943
a) from 8 a.m., those German men, women, and children who for compelling reasons cannot undergo the screening on Nov. 13, 1943
b) from 10 a.m., the non-German males who work in German retail shops and constantly come into contact with Germans here
c) from 2 p.m., the female non-Germans who work in German retail shops and constantly come into contact with Germans here
d) from 3 p.m., the non-German domestic workers who work in German households.
Exempt from the mandatory screening are:
a) members of the Wehrmacht and members of the police and SS units
b) German and non-German officials of the Eastern Railway [Ostbahn]
c) persons who have already taken part in the TB X-ray mass screening in 1943
Members of the German and Polish police who want to undergo the X-ray screening process voluntarily will be allowed to take part in the screening.
Anyone who dodges the TB X-ray mass screening or provides false or incomplete information during the screening will be penalized under § 8 of the Regulation on Measures to Combat Tuberculosis, June 21, 1943 (Verordnungsblatt für das Generalgouvernement, p. 411).
Also subject to punishment are employers who refuse to allow their personnel to take part in the X-ray screening.
Reichshof, November 3, 1943.
signed Dr. Ehaus