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American Samoa Public Health Act (P.L. No. 30 of 2007).

American Samoa Fono Country Resources General Health Legislation American Samoa 31 December 2007 Legislation/regulation health system, involuntary admission, public health

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An Act Establishing a New Public Health Law for American Samoa; repealing the Preceding Public Health Act; and Establishing the American Samoa Emergency Powers Act; Creating a New Chapter 02 and 03 Under Title 13 A.S.C.A.; and Repealing Chapters 02 and 03 currently under Title 13 A.S.C.A.

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- Compulsory medical treatment.
- Quarantine and isolation.

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