The List Of Diseases Which Might Endanger Public Health

Original Language Title: seznam nemocí, které by mohly ohrozit veřejné zdraví

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274/2004 Sb.


of 28 June. April 2004 laying down a list of diseases that could

endanger public health, and the list of diseases and disabilities which might

seriously to endanger public order

The Ministry of health shall according to section 182a of the Act No. 326/1999 Coll.

on residence of aliens in the territory of the Czech Republic and amending certain acts,

as amended by Act No. 218/2002 Coll. (hereinafter the "Act"):

§ 1

The Decree provides, in accordance with the law of the European communities a list of the ^ 1)

diseases which might endanger public health, and the list of diseases and

disability which could seriously endanger the public order.

§ 2

For diseases which might endanger public health, shall be considered as:

and notifiable diseases by) the IHR and

Another newly occurring highly dangerous disease (e.g. heavy acute

respiratory syndrome-SARS, smallpox),

b) tuberculosis of the respiratory system in the active stage of microscopically or

culture-positive or with a tendency of developing,

(c)), syphilis, or

(d)), other infectious diseases, for which the competent administrative authority to protect

prior to their introduction has established protection measures. ^ 2)

§ 3

For the diseases and disabilities that might seriously threaten public

order, shall be considered as:

and mental disorders) and behavioral disorders caused by the use of psychoactive

substances and

b) acute psychotic disorders, DELIRIUM or impulsive States and more

disease associated with conduct endangering another person, which is manifested

violence or behaviour displayed by the destruction, or their reasonable

the threat.

§ 4

This Decree shall enter into force on 1 January 2000. May 2004.


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1) of Council Directive No 64/221/EEC of 25 September 1992. 2.1964 on the coordination of

Special measures concerning the movement and residence of foreign citizens

Members, which have been adopted for reasons of public policy, public

security or public health.

2) section 68 of Act No. 258/2000 Coll., on the protection of public health and amending

some related laws, as amended by Act No. 274/2003 Coll.