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Public Health Regulation 2012
Current version for 19 July 2019 to date (accessed 16 October 2019 at 04:01)
Part 9 Clause 93C
93C   Disclosure of information on former Pap Test Register
For the purposes of section 130 (e) of the Act, a person who discloses any information contained in the former Pap Test Register immediately before the repeal of provisions of the Act about that Register (on 1 May 2018) and obtained in connection with the administration or execution of the Act is not guilty of an offence if the disclosure is made for the purposes of the National Cancer Screening Register to:
(a)  an officer or employee of the Commonwealth or an authority of the Commonwealth, or
(b)  a person engaged by the Commonwealth, or an authority of the Commonwealth, to perform work relating to those purposes, or
(c)  an officer or employee of a person referred to in paragraph (b), or engaged by a person referred to in paragraph (b), to perform work relating to those purposes, or
(d)  a health practitioner engaged by the woman to take a specimen from her for the purposes of a cervical screening test, or
(e)  a laboratory engaged on the woman’s behalf to make a pathological or cytological examination of a specimen taken from her for the purposes of a cervical screening test.