- The draft regulation of the Minister of Health establishes, among other things, a list of infections and diseases that are subject to the obligation to provide data on the results of treatment or to exclude transport for convalescents
- The listed list of infectious diseases includes diphtheria, cholera, tuberculosis or acute widespread polio
- Data are also shown that are passed on to the GGD in connection with the occurrence of an infectious disease or suspected infection.
- The regulation will enter into force 14 days after its publication
Design scheme in the RCL
The Center for Government Legislation has published a draft Ordinance of the Minister of Health on infections and infectious diseases subject to the obligation to provide the State Police Sanitary Inspector with data on the results of the treatment or on the exclusion of transport at recovering persons. It is in the stage of giving opinions.
According to this draft, the regulation specifies:
- list of infections and infectious diseases that are subject to the obligation to provide data on the results of treatment or on the exclusion from transport in convalescents;
- the scope of the data on the results of treatment or on the exclusion from transport in convalescent patients subject to the obligation to provide data and the circumstances, date and method of transmission;
- the competent state sanitation inspector in the field of receiving data on the results of treatment or on the exclusion from transport in convalescent patients.
The same obligation to provide data on the results of treatment or exclusion from transport in convalescents applies to the following infections and infectious diseases, such as:
- paratyphoid A, B or C;
- acute widespread childhood paralysis (poliomyelitis).
– These diseases, because of their serious, potentially fatal clinical course and the potential to spread in an epidemic manner due, inter alia, to the fact of human-to-human transmission, are based on regulations issued on the basis of art. 34 seconds. 5 of the law subject to the obligation of hospitalization – we read in the motivation of the draft.
Key data and shipping
In the case of necessary data provided to the State Police Inspector in charge of the place of hospitalization, it concerns:
- name and surname;
- date of birth;
- PESEL number, and if the person has not been given this number – the type and number of the document confirming the identity;
- address of the place of residence;
- data on the results of treatment, including diagnostic procedures, in particular with regard to results obtained from laboratory tests confirming or excluding transport.
The indicated data is provided to the state sanitary inspector in charge of the place of hospitalization before discharge of an infected person or a sick person / suspected of infection / disease:
- by telephone to the emergency telephone number published on the website of the Public Information Bulletin of the relevant sanitary and epidemiological station or to any other telephone number indicated by the State Police Station Sanitary Inspector to entities carrying out medical activities as the number appropriate for reporting of diagnoses or suspicions of infections and infectious diseases or positive test results for biological pathogens or
- by means of electronic communication in encrypted form – if the technical possibilities of the sender and receiver allow this.
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