Mandatory Blood Testing Act

The Mandatory Blood Testing Act (MBTA), 2006, allows eligible persons who have come into contact with the blood and body fluids of another person, to apply to the Medical Officer of Health to have a blood sample of the person whose body substance they have come into contact with tested for a communicable disease.

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If you have further questions about the Act and vaccines, please call 705.522.9200, ext. 301, to speak to a public health nurse.

This item was last modified on February 1, 2019