On Wednesday, 22 June 2022, the Minister of Health, Dr Mathume Joseph Phaahla, issued a Government Gazette repealing certain sections of the Regulations Relating to the Surveillance and the Control of Notifiable Medical Conditions (“the Regulations”) promulgated in terms of the National Health Act 61 of 2003.
The ISASA Legal and Policy Department has released a memorandum that highlights key aspects of the repealed Regulations, which will no longer be in force with effect from Wednesday, 22 June 2022.
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