- Jul 13, 2006
Oh dear, you’ve misread or misunderstood again. I wasn’t questioning the policy of doing things as or “if required” ( bolded not). Just asking whether ordinary people could get the ‘shedding’ clarification. The answer seems to be no.
i don’t think I could have made that any clearer. Where exactly did you perceive that I thought the “if required” qualification was unreasonable?
Again, if you take a bit more care to read carefully the points of view being put forward, you might find less cause to get wound up.
Oh, just to be crystal - no and no
I have already posted examples of ordinary Victorians having been investigated for viral shedding, and as such what has actually occurred is clearly not going sway you thinking.
So the answer is yes in Victoria. Not sure why you think it is no.
Also note that preflight testing for "ordinary" international arrivals has only just been introduced. So prior to the AO there were no such viral shedding of pre-arrival flight testing cases to investigate.