S-2.2, r. 2.1 - Minister’s Regulation under the Public Health Act

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13. Following the verification, if the health insurance number has never been encrypted, the person designated must contact the health professional who requested the analysis to obtain the following information regarding the person from whom the sample was taken, for the purposes of the ongoing surveillance of the health status of the population:
(1)  date of birth;
(2)  sex;
(3)  municipality of residence and first 3 characters of the postal code;
(4)  ethno-cultural origin, country of birth and, where applicable, date of arrival in Canada;
(5)  risk factors associated with acquiring the virus;
(6)  history of previous tests, clinical status and other relevant laboratory data available at the time of the diagnosis;
(7)  reason for the test;
(8)  in the case of a woman, an indication as to whether she is pregnant.
Once the information has been obtained, the person designated must record it in a file maintained for the ongoing surveillance of the health status to ensure that the information cannot be associated with the person’s health insurance number.
2019-012M.O. 2019-012, s. 13.
In force: 2019-10-17
13. Following the verification, if the health insurance number has never been encrypted, the person designated must contact the health professional who requested the analysis to obtain the following information regarding the person from whom the sample was taken, for the purposes of the ongoing surveillance of the health status of the population:
(1)  date of birth;
(2)  sex;
(3)  municipality of residence and first 3 characters of the postal code;
(4)  ethno-cultural origin, country of birth and, where applicable, date of arrival in Canada;
(5)  risk factors associated with acquiring the virus;
(6)  history of previous tests, clinical status and other relevant laboratory data available at the time of the diagnosis;
(7)  reason for the test;
(8)  in the case of a woman, an indication as to whether she is pregnant.
Once the information has been obtained, the person designated must record it in a file maintained for the ongoing surveillance of the health status to ensure that the information cannot be associated with the person’s health insurance number.
2019-012M.O. 2019-012, s. 13.