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Public Health Law (Title 33)

Ministry of Justice Country Resources General Health Legislation Liberia 16 July 1976 Legislation/regulation public health

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Provides comprehensive legislation on matters relating to public health, including control of diseases, environmental sanitation, and regulation of drugs. Part IV regulates health standards, and requires, inter alia, persons hired for specified public sector positions (e.g. teachers, civil servants, members of the armed forces) to undergo a medical exam (Chapter 32). Part VII contains provisions governing the registration and licensing of health professionals and pharmacies.


Public Health Law 1976
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