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Public Health Act 1949

Government of Bermuda Country Resources General Health Legislation Bermuda 31 December 1949 Legislation/regulation health system, non communicable disease, primary care

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The Public Health Act governs the general health needs of the citizens of Bermuda focusing on the following;

- Application of the Act on the different municipalities
- Sanitation and Water supply
- Authorities for Execution of the Act
- Nuisances and offensive trades
- Communicable diseases
- Vaccinations
- Burials, Cremations and Cemeteries
- Over crowding of Dwelling (Houses) and Control of Rooming (in Houses)
- Production, Preparation and Sales of Food
- Regulations, Supplementary powers and Legal Proceedings
- Miscellaneous provisions

Revised in 1989


Public Health Act 1949
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