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Public Health law consultation

DepartmentStrategic Policy, Planning and Performance
Start date15/06/2021
End date30/07/2021
Type of consultationOther
Deadline for comments30/07/2021

About the consultation

​The Government of Jersey is seeking views on the development of a new public health law for Jersey to replace the current Loi (1934) sur la Santé Publique.

This document provides an overview of key issues which are under consideration, as opposed to a detailed description of the law.  More detailed information will be provided at a later date.

Section 1: Background: provides an overview of Jersey's public health challenges and the role of the law in helping to address those challenges.

Section 2: Proposed new law: provides an overview of the proposed key elements of the new law and sets out questions for stakeholders to consider.

The questions are focused on matters which are subject to ongoing consideration, as opposed to matters which are broadly settled because they arise from, for example, requirements to comply with international obligations.

Public Health law public consultation paper 

How to submit comments to the consultation

Complete the Public Heath Law consultation questionnaire

You can also:

  • email the Public Health Law Team
  • write to Public Health Law Public Consultation, Strategic Policy, Performance and Population, Government of Jersey, 19 to 21 Broad Street, St Helier, JE2 3RR

 Public Health Law consultation privacy notice

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