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This declaration repeals and replaces the Quarantine (Declared Places - Yellow Fever) Declaration 2009 and lists places outside Australia with Yellow Fever.
Administered by: Health
Made 10 Oct 2012
Registered 16 Oct 2012
Tabled HR 29 Oct 2012
Tabled Senate 29 Oct 2012
Date of repeal 16 Jun 2016
Repealed by Other
Repealing Comments Enabling legislation Repealed by Biosecurity (Consequential Amendments and Transitional Provisions) Act 2015

I, TANYA PLIBERSEK, Minister for Health, make this Declaration under section 12 of the Quarantine Act 1908.

Dated    10 OCTOBER 2012

TANYA PLIBERSEK


 

 

1              Name of Declaration

                This Declaration is the Quarantine (Declared Places — Yellow Fever) Declaration 2012.

2              Commencement

                This Declaration commences on 1 November 2012.

3              Repeal

                The Quarantine (Declared Places — Yellow Fever) Declaration 2009 is repealed.

4              Definition

                In this Declaration:

Act means the Quarantine Act 1908.

5              Declaration

                For section 12 of the Act, a place mentioned in Schedule 1 is infected with yellow fever.


Schedule 1        Declared places

(section 5)

  


Angola

Argentina — Misiones Province

Benin

Bolivia

Brazil

Burkina Faso

Burundi

Cameroon

Central African Republic

Chad

Colombia

Congo, Democratic Republic of the

Congo, Republic of the

Côte d’Ivoire (Ivory Coast)

Ecuador (excluding the Galápagos Islands)

Equatorial Guinea

Ethiopia

French Guiana

Gabon

Gambia

Ghana

Guinea

Guinea‑Bissau

Guyana

Kenya

Liberia

Mali

Mauritania

Niger

Nigeria

Panama

Paraguay

Peru

Rwanda

Senegal

Sierra Leone

South Sudan

Sudan

Suriname

Togo

Trinidad

Uganda

Venezuela

 

 

 

 

 

 

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